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By Miriam Raftery

Photo:  Culp Valley at top of long passing lane (south side) looking southerly

February 23, 2019 (Borrego Springs) –  Bob Kutscher in Borrego Springs sent in thee images, stating, “I  captured some panoramic images yesterday of what Borrego desert looks like after the snowfall we had yesterday and have attached and inserted them with this email.  Note you can also see just how green the desert has become with all this rainfall.”  

Photo, right:  Heading up Montezuma Grade just out of Borrego, looking north westerly.  From left to right - snow capped San Ysidro Mtns, Indian Head Mtn and Toro and Voyager Peak (distant background)

Experts are predicting another potential super-bloom this spring in the Anza-Borrego Desert, where March is typically peak season for wildflower watchers.

Photo, left:  Heading up Montezuma Grade just out of Borrego, looking westerly at snow capped San Ysidro Mtns. and Indian Head Mtn.


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