Copernicus Sentinel satellite imagery of 2018-19 seasonal snow on San Gorgonio Mountain, November 17, 2019. The blue circle marks the remnants of the summit snow band at about 11,400', at the top of the northeast cirque. The green circle marks a very small snow patch in the steep gully below 'The Tarn' at about 10,360'.


Copernicus Sentinel satellite imagery of 2018-19 seasonal snow on San Gorgonio Mountain, November 17, 2019. The blue circle marks the remnants of the summit snow band at about 11,400', at the top of the northeast cirque. The green circle marks a very small snow patch in the steep gully below 'The Tarn' at about 10,360'.



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