LEBEC (CBSLA) — A storm headed for Southern California might deliver snow to increased elevations, creating probably harmful driving situations for the Grapevine.
Important snow might fall at elevations beginning at 7,000 ft, then drop to 4,500 ft by Tuesday evening, in accordance with the Nationwide Climate Service.
Sure, this can be a hotter storm, however we expect sig excessive elevation snowfall. Snow ranges will begin above 7000ft, then drop to 4500ft by Tues evening. A dusting to 2″ is feasible for the I-5 Grapevine. Keep away from touring throughout this storm for those who can! #socal #CAsnow #grapevine pic.twitter.com/1PbuNkSgBF
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) December 13, 2021
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“A dusting of two” is feasible for the I-5 Grapevine,” the Nationwide Climate Service mentioned in a tweet.
Drivers had been urged to keep away from touring in the course of the storm, which is forecast to hit Southern California Monday evening into Tuesday. It’s anticipated to deliver a deluge of rain, and potential mudflows to current burn areas.
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For many who completely should drive in areas the place there may very well be snow, CHP Fort Tejon suggested that motorists verify their windshield wipers and tires are in good situation.
However all of the snow information will not be unhealthy information. Snowfall within the Inland empire may very well be as little as 3,500 ft Tuesday evening, and mountain resorts are wanting to get contemporary snow from this storm.
Huge Bear Lake might obtain as a lot as 8 inches of snow, whereas Working Springs and Wrightwood are forecast to obtain at the very least 4 inches of snow every.
Possibly you’ve got heard? We’re forecasting important snow 🌨️🏂☃️ within the mountains of #SoCal, starting late Monday! Listed here are our newest predictions. #CAwx #firstsnow pic.twitter.com/vdO2Q3AeKK
— NWS San Diego (@NWSSanDiego) December 12, 2021
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The Cajon Go may be impacted by snow within the Inland Empire.