Large Storm in Local Mountains: Ice and Overflowing Lake in Arrowbear

Ice could be seen around areas of Arrowbear Lake on Thursday due to the amount of rain that poured over the mountains on Wednesday afternoon and night.
Ice could be seen around areas of Arrowbear Lake on Thursday due to the amount of rain that poured over the mountains on Wednesday afternoon and night.

The tremendous rain downpours the mountain communities experienced in the past two days made for some remarkable and beautiful scenes the following day, Thursday, December . Due to the enormous amount of rain that poured (literally) over the mountains in two days the sight made for beautiful photos. and the cold temperatures coupled with the enormous amount of rain ended up with a light snow and ice around Arrowbear Lake. Until the huge rainstorms on Wednesday, Dec. 3 Arrowbear Lake was dry but no longer, as water was pouring out of the lake and under the small bridge that goes between the lake and the overflow area. It was lovely and quite remarkable all at the same time!

BRRRR! Cold temperatures and enormous amounts of rain ended up with a lot of floating ice on Arrowbear Lake on Thursday. It remained cold enough and the water poured out of th lake into the stream below.
BRRRR! Cold temperatures and enormous amounts of rain ended up with a lot of floating ice on Arrowbear Lake on Thursday. It remained cold enough and the water poured out of the lake into the stream below.
Water from the downpour poured underneath the small bridge at Arrowbear Lake. It was quite a sight on Thursday.
Water from the downpour poured underneath the small bridge at Arrowbear Lake. It was quite a sight on Thursday. Think that wasn’t a cold storm? Think again! The amount of ice was quite remarkable!
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