San Marcos Foothills Rainbow

RainbowA rainbow over San Marcos Foothills Nature Preserve Tuesday afternoon.

As of this writing, San Marcos Pass Station atop the Santa Ynez Mountains is reporting that 3.88 inches of rain have fallen in the last 48 hours.

This marks the most significant rainfall event in over twelve months for this patch of the drought-parched Los Padres National Forest.

Mother Nature celebrated late Tuesday afternoon with a full rainbow spanning San Marcos Potrero.

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3 Responses to San Marcos Foothills Rainbow

  1. Lila Henry says:

    Love it! Thanks for posting.

  2. LOL – we’ve all just had 14 inches of rain in 24 hours (a couple of weeks ago now) and it’s still raining 😦 Roads are washing away, old 450 year old castles are collapsing into newly routed rivers and we’re all fed up of it now. Beautiful photo though,
    Carol.

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