California is experiencing severe turmoil as forecasters warn more torrential rain and snow will continue along the West Coast through Wednesday.
Schools and highways in Northern California remained closed as the NWS said the region faced “two more waves of heavy snow” and dangerous 100 km/h blizzards in the Sierra Nevada. Conditions until at least Wednesday. .
Additional snowfall (4 to 7 feet) is expected in the Sierra Nevada, prompting the National Weather Service to warn citizens against travel, which “will become very dangerous and sometimes impossible” in the mountains.
The Sierra Avalanche Center has issued an avalanche warning for the area around Lake Tahoe. “Another, much stronger storm” arrived on Monday, the statement said, bringing “continued gusts of wind”, cooler temperatures and up to 2 meters of snow on Wednesday morning.
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