Snowfall has been reported in some parts of the United States ahead of the White Christmas celebrations in Seattle, California.

A White Christmas has arrived To some parts of western America.

After a rare show in the Seattle area on Saturday afternoon, snow fell across the mountains across California on Saturday afternoon.

There were many Report Snowfall around Seattle, says National Weather Service “Snow, Hard Journey” Expected on local roads.

A “Looks Endless” Central meteorologists said low pressure areas from the Pacific would hit the west coast, causing a cold storm in the middle of the week.

There was also snow Reported Portland, Oregon, area, where “Cold Arctic Wind” Movements, forecasters said.

Recent forecasts show that Seattle and parts of Portland will receive at least an inch of snow on Sunday, which is not normally snowy.

Was “Heavy, severe snowfall” Saturday in the Tahoe Basin and Reno, Nevada, according to the local Meteorological Service office. The 80th interstate was closed for a second day near the Toner Summit on the California Highway Patrol. Said. Bad viewing fee was charged.

Heavy rain and thunderstorms lashed the Gulf region on Saturday. The Flood Conference for San Francisco was canceled that afternoon.

The snow was almost covered Fourth in the country On Saturday, it was finally promised to return to the foothills of California, where the falling temperatures and mild humidity caused snow to stick to the palm tree late at night.

The 70-mile intersection at the top of Sierra Nevada closed Saturday, and the storm blew a second wind, cutting nearly 2 feet of snow overnight in some ski areas around Lake Tahoe.

Even in San Diego where snow is rare, a glance at the powder is possible, but it may come too late to count as white Christmas.

See also  US issues first gender-neutral passport, expanded with Exam X

“We can get a little dust in the San Diego County Mountains,” said meteorologist Casey Oswand.

However, other parts of California witnessed a wet and rainy Christmas season as storms continued to inundate the state, causing flash floods and flooding in some areas during the holiday season.

Meanwhile, temperatures in the southern plains continue to rise. Federal forecasters are blaming “Irregular low-level warm-up again.”

“High temperature breaks record According to the National Weather Service, Sunday may be from the southern plains to the Mediterranean.

When Texas and Oklahoma re-emerged in the 1980s, much of the south was significantly warmer, the company said. “Sunday’s maximum average temperature extends from northern Texas to southern Kansas, where temperatures are 25-35 degrees higher than average.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *