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Pea-Sized Hail, Thunderstorms Moving Through Your Mountain Commute

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Take some time to chill out during your drive home tonight, literally. There's a CHP travel advisory due to icy conditions and delays on Interstate-5 in Gorman.

The National Weather Service is not getting reports of snow but rather pea-sized hail related to the thunderstorm moving through the region. There may also be some gusty winds headed toward Lancaster ahead of the front. Bye bye Summering. Hello Autuminter.

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