Yosemite's 'Firefall' Is Even Larger Thanks To Raging Rain

By Carla Herreria

Every year in February, Yosemite National Park‘s Horsetail Falls in California pours out a fiery blood-orange for two weeks in a natural wonder that has come to be known as the Firefall.

And, this year, its glittering effects are even more brilliant thanks to the increased rain and snow in the state.

“The waterfall is bigger than it has been in a long time due to all the rain and snow we have received,” National Park Service spokesman Scott Gediman told CNN.

In fact, this past month, Northern California saw 228 percent more than its …read more

Source:: Huffington Post Green


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