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Los Angeles is officially experiencing the coldest February in nearly 60 years, according to the National Weather Service, as the city has endured a series of storms and is bracing for more later this week.
The state is experiencing even more storms and cold weather, as a new “atmospheric river” — a front of moisture from the Pacific — is expected to dump rain on Northern California through mid-week. According to CBS San Francisco, rainfall totals were expected to reach 6 to 12 inches in the mountains, threatening mudslides in areas affected by last year’s wildfires.
Los Angeles is also expecting more rain, albeit with warmer temperatures than it is currently experiencing, before the end of the month.
Last week saw a rare snowfall within the urban parts of the city, including West Hollywood.
Currently, the state’s snowpack is already at 119% above its April 1 average.
This ‘weather’ is consistent with the warming trend in the ‘climate’…. right? Of course right. And now back to reality………….
Capricorn posted on November 15, 2019 at 09:15
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