Southern California delights in rare snowfall as winter blast lingers
Rare winter freeze blankets California in ice and snow – in pictures
An unusually cold storm blew through the west coast this week, bringing dangerous conditions but also delight. Parts of the Los Angeles area were under their first blizzard warning since 1989, ice swirled around the iconic Hollywood sign, and further north, Bay Area residents saw flurries that frosted beaches and vineyards in white.
Southern California delights in rare snowfall as winter storm intensifies
A slow-moving winter storm intensified over California on Friday, triggering the first blizzard warning in parts of the Los Angeles area in 30 years and creating the extraordinary sight of snowflakes swirling around the iconic Hollywood sign.
Los Angeles area still blanketed by snow in rare heavy storm
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A powerful winter storm that swept down the West Coast with flooding and frigid temperatures shifted its focus to southern California on Saturday, swelling rivers to dangerous levels and dropping snow in even low-lying areas around Los Angeles.
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