Traveling Could be Difficult in the California Mountains

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20 Mar 2019 8:26 AM
WINTER WEATHER ALERTS
Traveling through California might prove to be a little difficult over the next few days if you're traveling across Interstate 80, Highway 50, and on Highway 88. 4 to 8 inches of snow will be common around 6000 ft over the next two days with areas into the higher elevations receiving up to a foot of snow! In the mountains outside of IE, 3 to 6 inches are possible above 6000 feet. FORECAST
The forecast shows snow continuing throughout today (Wednesday), diminishing on Thursday. Expect to see travel delays and chain controls might also be possible. The snow will also lead to low visibility at times and slippery road conditions. Make sure to plan commutes ahead of time, and be safe!
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