SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Yosemite National Park has reopened the valley floor to visitors after a storm-swollen river forced its closure through Monday.
Park spokesman Scott Gediman said two roads into the park opened at 8 a.m. Tuesday. A third road was closed due to a rock fall but is expected to open later today. Officials plan to close Highway 140 at 6 p.m. tonight because of rain and snow.
Gediman said it was snowing heavily.
A grocery store and food court are open. He said hotels will re-open tomorrow.
A fresh round of winter storms bore down on Northern California and Nevada Tuesday after a torrential weekend drenching.
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