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Tricia Schuster photographer this beautiful sight, with the departed sun still reflecting in the clouds.

We are expecting a pretty good storm today, so batten down the hatches!

Thanks to Tricia for allowing me to share her photo with you here.

Though this photo wasn't taken off the Mendonoma Coast, we do see Humpbacks this time of year. Jan de Vries was traveling in Panama a few weeks ago when he took this photo. It's such a wonderful photo that I couldn't resist sharing here with you.

We have a storm front approaching the Coast, the first rain we have seen in three months. Our rains usually don't begin until October. As we've had a very dry year, we are welcoming this storm!

Thanks to Jan for allowing me to share his great photo with you here.

C'Anna Bergman-Hill was visiting relatives on January 9th. She and her husband, David, observed this beautiful double rainbow in between Point Arena and Anchor Bay.

A little later this was the sunset they witnessed. Just beautiful!

Clouds are filling the sky as the first storm in several weeks is approaching. We can use the rain. Seasonal creeks are running low and wild mushrooms have mostly been missing in action. It's time for some wet stuff!

Thanks to C'Anna for allowing me to share her photos with you here.


Allen Vinson captured this spectacular photo of a storm approaching and the sunset. And we have a storm approaching today, which is good news! May the month of March be a rainy one so we can get back on track rain-wise.

Thanks to Allen for allowing me to share his beautiful photo with you here.


The Mendonoma Coast has been hit by several cold storms in the past couple of days. Robert Scarola took a dramatic photo of the approaching storm.

The rains have reactivated our wild mushrooms. I will be sharing a few photos of them in the days to come. Thanks to Robert for allowing me to share his photo here.