Snow dusts San Benito peaks

Rain expected later in the week.

It doesn’t come very often, but the snow sure is stunning.

Tuesday morning rain in San Benito County’s hills and valleys stuck as snow for a while in the Gabilan Range east of Hollister. The wintery blanket fell in the early morning hours, following a wet weekend in which south county residents reported over three inches of rainfall.

The snow levels dropped to 2,000 feet overnight along with temperatures, and a Winter Weather advisory was issued for both Monterey and San Benito Counties.

According to the National Weather Service, another storm is expected to bring rain to San Benito County later in the week.

 

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Blaire Strohn

Blaire Strohn was a popular and vivacious reporter for BenitoLink. Blaire passed away Sept. 25, 2019 after doing her best for years to heroically ignore the limitations of Cystic Fibrosis. Despite these challenges, she was a graduate student at Oklahoma State University focusing on International Agriculture. Blaire also graduated from California State University, Fresno with a Bachelors Degree in Agriculture Communications. Born and raised on a cow/calf operation ranch in Paicines, Blaire was passionate about the agriculture community and western way of life.