Southern California Braces for Rare Blizzard Conditions as Midwest Recovers from Powerful Winter Storm

A rare blizzard warning has been issued for Southern California as the Midwest region continues to dig out from a powerful winter storm. According to the National Weather Service, snow is expected to fall in the mountains of the San Gabriel Valley and the Antelope Valley, while the coast and valleys are expected to see rain.

The California winter storm has already caused havoc, with snow and ice stranding motorists in some areas. In the San Gabriel Mountains, Mount Baldy is experiencing its ‘worst winter’ in years, with numerous rescues taking place.

The storm is expected to bring rain and snow to the region, with some areas already experiencing blizzard-like conditions. Snow has already been reported in the higher elevations of the San Bernardino Mountains and the San Gabriel Mountains.

The storm is expected to last through the weekend, with some areas seeing heavy rain and snow. Residents are urged to take precautions and be prepared for the storm.

This winter storm is being described as one of the ‘strangest’ yet for Southern California, with rare blizzard warnings being issued for the region. Residents are advised to stay safe and check the latest weather forecasts for updates.

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