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After news of snow in Houston, TX:

Snow, Ice Shuts Down Major Calif. Interstate
Associated Press/Fox News
Tuesday, December 08, 2009

LOS ANGELES — A cold storm brought heavy rain, snow and strong winds to California on Monday, causing hundreds of traffic accidents and shutting down a portion of Interstate 5, the state’s major north-south route…

…Interstate 5, the main road out of Southern California, was closed in both directions over the Grapevine in the Tehachapi Mountains due to snow Monday evening, California Highway Patrol Officer Monica Posada said…

…Emergency Management Department spokesman Chris Ipsen said the storm blew through quickly and dumped most of its precipitation on Orange County and San Diego.

In Southern California’s mountains, the storm dumped about a foot snow as low as 2,000 feet, the National Weather Service said.

Snow dusted San Francisco’s suburbs at elevations of only 350 feet, delighting children and impressing weather experts, who said it was unusual to see the white stuff in the Oakland Hills and in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

Downtown Los Angeles got almost an inch of rain, while coastal areas got slightly more, Weather Service forecaster Stuart Seto said. The storm broke rainfall records at San Diego’s Lindberg Field…

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