I have often traveled coast to coast. Sometimes there is snow in the Los Angeles area mountains. IF we were warming, it would be gone. It isn’t gone…
Hopefully this will clear in the next week or so…
Winter Storm to Bring Snow, Rain, Cold to Southern California This Weekend
Posted 6:33 AM, February 28, 2015, by Tracy Bloom, Erin Myers, Steve Kuzj and Chris Wolfe, Updated at 02:21am, March 1, 2015
A winter storm watch was in effect for the mountains of Los Angeles and Ventura counties starting Saturday afternoon. It was scheduled to expire early Monday.
Snow levels were expected to drop to between 4,500 and 5,000 feet in mountain areas before falling to 3,500 to 4,000 feet on Sunday, the weather service reported. The Grapevine and Highway 14 could see a light dusting of snow as a result, forecasters said.
Up to 8 inches of snow was expected to fall above elevations of 4,000 feet, while more than a foot was expected in mountain areas above 6,500 feet.
As a result of the winter weather, motorists were being warned of potentially icy and snow-packed mountain roads and highways. Possible hail accumulation was another factor that could make roadways slick.
With the sleepy sun and lower UV has come lower snow levels and lower atomspheric height. IMHO this is the major method of solar impact on weather.