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(VIDEO) Snowy Christmas in California

University of California officials are analyzing whether the recent snowfall at the Doner Pass mountain pass in the Sierra Nevada will break the December record of 4.6 meters set in 1970, and at least three meters have been recorded so far this month. According to “Mercury News”, even more rain is expected in the next 72 hours.

Parts of California were covered in snow at Christmas. It is a mountainous area across the US state, while in other parts of California, rainy weather prevails as storms continue, causing torrential flooding and evacuation of the population in some areas during the holiday season.

University of California officials are analyzing whether the recent snowfall at the Doner Pass mountain pass in the Sierra Nevada will break the December record of 4.6 meters set in 1970, and so far at least three meters have been recorded this month. According to “Mercury News”, even more rain is expected in the next 72 hours.

In the Los Angeles area, it is likely to rain and snow in the mountains by the middle of next week, according to the National Weather Service, with temperatures far below normal.

Due to the forecast of meteorologists for the northwestern part of the Pacific, according to which low temperatures with snow and ice are expected in some places, the city of Seattle decided to open shelters, while the governor of Oregon and the city of Portland declared a state of emergency.

Seattle city officials announced Thursday that the city will open two evening shelters for those affected by the severe weather, starting today and at least until Wednesday.