The major storm that dumped seven inches of rain on Los Angeles and six feet of snow in the mountains on Tuesday isn't ready to call it quits just yet.
- Forecasters are expecting the continuing weather event to leave up to four feet of snow in its wake when it finally leaves the area late Wednesday night -- with as much as a whopping eight feet in some areas, according to the National Weather Service.
- "It’s just so bad and so thick,” says California Highway Patrol Officer Carlos Perez, who patrols the Lake Tahoe area. “We’re telling people that if they don’t need to be around this area, they probably shouldn’t travel.”
- Has the weather in the U.S. gotten progressively worse in the past few years?
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