Southern California Braces for Historic Blizzard: First Warning Since 1989

Residents of Los Angeles were surprised to receive a blizzard warning on Thursday, the first since 1989. The blizzard warning was issued by the National Weather Service in San Diego and is expected to bring heavy rain, snow and strong winds to the area.

The storm is expected to cause chaos, similar to what was seen in Portland earlier this week, where multiple roads and highways were shut down due to heavy snowfall.

The blizzard warning has also been issued for Upper Yosemite National Park, where visitors are being advised to take extra precautions and be prepared for the worst.

With the storm expected to arrive in the coming days, residents of Los Angeles are being urged to stay prepared and to take all necessary precautions to stay safe.

This is a developing story. Stay tuned for more updates.

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