3 thoughts on “California faces epic cold snap”

  1. “The highway through Tejon Pass rises to 4,100 feet in the Tehachapi Mountains and frequently is shut down in winter by blowing snow and treacherous black ice on the roadway.”

    So this is significant how?

  2. Which part of California? The state has a huge area and tremendous variation in elevation. I’ve shivered in the suburbs of LA and I’ve even seen snowfall there. The San Gabriel Mountains, only about fifty miles away, have snow most of the winter.
    “Weather is as Uncle the Mighty wills it.”

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