Central Sierra residents and travelers should be prepared this weekend for a sustained blast of wintry weather.
The National Weather Service is still forecasting the arrival of a largish storm system this evening, which, by Saturday, could drop snow levels to 3,500 feet. That’s about the elevation of Twain Harte on Highway 108 or Hathaway Pines on Highway 4.
People who are served by the Lake Don Pedro Community Services District are likely facing mandatory 50 percent water conservation restrictions come April 1, and a ban on outside watering could extend beyond that date, the district general manager said this week.
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