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Will the Next Two Storms Close Our Freeways Again?
With two storms expected to hit Los Angeles and the surrounding Southern California region over the next few days, it could mean more headaches on the roads.
Monday's storm prompted the closure of the 5 Freeway over the Grapevine for nearly a full day. Luckily, it doesn't appear the impending storms will bring as much snow--that's good news for commuters, not so much for skiers. A National Weather Service representative told LAist that snow levels are expected reach 5,500 feet, a major difference to Monday's predicted 1,500 feet and about 1,000 feet the highest point in the Grapevine.
In other snow news, the warmer temperatures are melting it away from our views.
Southern California's Snow-Capped Mountains Are Beautiful. Here's Where To Maximize The View (And Snap A Great Picture)It's been many, many years since we saw this much snow in our mountains. Going up there right now isn't safe, but here are some places where you can enjoy the view and snap a pic.
April Valentine died at Centinela Hospital. Her daughter was born by emergency C-section. She'd gone into the pregnancy with a plan, knowing Black mothers like herself were at higher risk.
A look at years past when snows creeped into our citified neighborhoods, away from the mountains and foothills.
In the face of a drier future, that iconic piece of Americana is on its way out in Southern California.
Another Missing Hiker Has Been Found Dead In San Gabriels As Search For Actor Julian Sands ContinuesBob Gregory, 62, went missing the same day as Sands. His body was recovered near Mount Islip.