Parts of Southern California will experience occasional snow
HISTORY: Fresh snow is a rare sight at California's Lake Hughes, where the scene is usually one of dry hills, warm weather and blue skies. But for many, it was joy, like 11-year-old Jeremy Dominguez. "I live in a place where it never snows. The only snow I have had is 1st degree hail. And it's quite interesting. We make a snowman, then break it. We shoveled snow all day. It's a lot of fun." Although the snowy roads worried many residents, it caused concern for many commuters on Friday. "I couldn't go to work. We live on top of a hill so our entire driveway was covered in snow. '' The sign on Mount Li was barely visible behind the cloud of snowflakes. The heaviest snow was in the Cascades, Sierra Nevada and Coast Mountains. The white hills of the Berkeley Hills have been showcased on social media. The main route is from the north. to the south. Another resident, De Anne Blanc, told Reuters she expected more extreme weather in the future, especially landslides and floods. I think that's one of the biggest fears because we're seeing a lot of rain, snow, sleet and rain. the wind And we are worried about landslides and floods, because we have already had two." Even before the latest storm, much of California had an unusually cold and wet winter. Drought and wildfires have caused widespread flooding, downed trees and landslides. Severe winter storms, alternating with extreme heat and drought, are signs of climate change and will become more frequent and intense, experts say.