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The Alert Box in the left hand menu is both an automated and manually controlled area where alerts of interest appear. See the descriptions below on what the alert icons mean.


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SCM ALERT🚨
Nov 21 : 09:14pm
USFS HAS ANNOUNCED SOME DATES FOR PRESCRIBED BURNS - ONE STARTING TOMORROW 11/22

FRIDAY, NOV 22
Crews are planning to burn 360 piles of brush at Heaps Peak near Lake Arrowhead and Running Springs.

MONDAY, NOV 25
Crews are planning to burn piles in the Big Bear area, specifically near the Sugarloaf and Moonridge neighborhoods. This is part of the ongoing South Big Bear project to create defensible space around the community.

SCM ALERT🚨
Nov 21 : 08:57pm

HazMatMind
Nov 21 : 08:23pm
...if anyone is still up

HazMatMind
Nov 21 : 08:23pm
Meteor shower tonight. Peaks around midnightish

Teamroper
Nov 21 : 07:20pm
Not too surprised! I worked at Snow Valley over 10 Seasons and something about how that area squeezes out the snow if it’s cold enough! Thanks for sharing!

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Nov 21 : 07:07pm
WOW BBNona! That is impressive!! Thanks for sharing that number. What a difference from Big Bear.

BBNona
Nov 21 : 06:53pm
Green Valley Lake did get 12.5 inches of snow with the storm .

Benny ⭐
Nov 21 : 04:43pm
Not him KK, but I do talk to him every couple days! He's doing good!

KK
Nov 21 : 03:59pm
CarterMC= cocopuffs? Still miss the coco puffs! 👍🏻

MrOwl
Nov 21 : 02:37pm
...gridlock around the corner with the snowplayers on the way.

SCM ALERT🚨
Nov 21 : 02:27pm
Per the city of Big Bear Lake, Snow Conditions have been cancelled. Winter Weather Advisory also cancelled, first winter storm of the season in the books!

CarterMC
Nov 21 : 01:59pm
Okay. Yeah hopefully we get sme good precip!

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Nov 21 : 12:55pm
Thats a bit too far out there Carter.... It does look like a good sized system moving into Socal next Wed and Thu. Could be perfect for the opening of Snow Summit and Bear Mountain

CarterMC
Nov 21 : 12:41pm
I'm taking a trip up to Running Springs with my buddies. Any possibilty of snow December 6-8? Very far out.

Airport Razz
Nov 21 : 12:33pm
Not to worry there Robot. You have a bunch of new reporters eating that same crow



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