From the Los Angeles Times “Escorts being on Interstate 5; snow level could drop to 1,000 feet.”
Well, we just noted the snow in Las Vegas, Nevada and now we have snow jamming up Interstate 5 over the Grapevine and possibility of some low snow.
The above video is from Valencia, California, just north of Los Angeles, at 1,200 feet above sea-level.
The California Highway Patrol began escorting cars across the Grapevine on Monday morning, but thousands remained stranded amid a snowstorm that stymied traffic between Northern and Southern California.
Even with escorts, Interstate 5 remained jammed along with other routes into the Los Angeles area. While rains will die down this afternoon, snow is expected to continue not just in the mountains but in valley locations as low as 1,000 feet, according to the National Weather Service. In fact, the Santa Clarita Valley could see an accumulation of 4 inches of snow.
Oh well, more warming caused cooling. I suppose when it gets colder it will get warmer?
CO2 Insanity continues marching on.
Source: Los Angeles Times