California’s bizarre blizzard adventure

In light of a severe storm, the National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning in some parts of Southern California.



Due to the strong storm, the National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning for parts of Southern California.

Snow and Southern California are not two things that usually coexist, but this week’s weather forecast has proven residents wrong. 

The last time it snowed in Los Angeles was January 1962. Heavy snowfall abused the residents of West L.A. that were normally attuned to the sunny weather. Their misery was quickly put to an end due to the rapidly melting snow.

Starting on Wednesday, February 22nd heavy rainfall and possible snowfall have been reported. The unusual climate started on Tuesday, Feb. 21st with strong winds and very low temperatures falling into Wednesday. In some parts of Los Angeles, the long-anticipated storm had already begun. 

Some areas in California’s Midwest are expecting snowfall in the coming days which is highly unusual. Mountains near the height of the Hollywood sign are expected to receive around 1 to 6 inches of snow. While places near Santa Clarita and Antelope Valley are expected to receive a lighter load of snow.

According to weather forecasts, medium to heavy rain is expected from Thursday, Feb. 23rd through Saturday. Californians get little relief from the storm starting on Sunday, Feb. 26th which is still reported to be very cloudy, before the low temperatures and rainfall continue until Wed., March 1st. This marks the end of the storm as we fall back into our comfortable sunny California weather.