The storm that we experienced the first weekend of December, actually, starting with the last Friday of November and going through Tuesday, December 4th, was the greatest amount of rainfall the Folsom area has had in many years. Did it surprise you ?
I bet you would have liked to have had a weather web cam and see local conditions actually reported from Folsom and not someplace 10 to 20 miles away. We would have like to have provided you those things too; however, we're running behind schedule on our equipment and software installion. Contact us here.
You'll soon see FolsomWeather.com's current local weather conditions from the national web site WeatherForYou.com once everything is working correctly. In the mean time, here's a LINK to them.
So what's in store for Folsom this Winter ? They are forecasting moderate El Nino conditions with more perticipation than normal. This is great news if they are true, as the Folsom area is in a moderate drought. For greater detail to this forecasting go here.
How about a little history and some photograpghs of our city ? Most people think of us as a commuter city 20 miles east of Sacramento, but we are so very much more than that. Click here to find more about us.
A big special thanks to our inital sponsor, Powerhouse Images. They developed this temporary web page and are developing the more permanant entire site that reports current local conditions, a local web cam, a few selected web cams from around the world, and links to fun things to do in our wonderful little city nestled at the base of the mighty Sierra Nevada Mountain range.