Junction Ranger Station is at the 2,200-foot-level of Mount Diablo, where South Gate and North Gate roads meet. Neilson said Mt. Diablo State Park started getting snow Monday morning and more fell Tuesday. He expected to see scattered showers and perhaps some snow for the rest of the week, according to weather forecasts.
Neilson urged hikers to dress warmly, wear gloves, head protection and jackets.
"Be definitely prepared for the conditions up there," he said. "People are welcome to walk at higher elevations."
He noted the park closes at sunset, which is currently 5:20 p.m. For more information about hiking at Mt. Diablo State Park, call 837-0904.
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