The recent storm may have caused havoc for freeways and some flooding, but it brought new life to
Officials announced Wednesday that the park's grand Yosemite, Bridalveil and Cascade falls are flowing after two days of significant rainfall in Northern California.
Yosemite's numerous falls usually have peak water flow in May or June, according to the park. By August, the flow dwindles to a trickle or the falls go totally dry. But fall storms, like the recent rains, can reinvigorate them.