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    Thanksgiving is going to be a real scorcher, forecasters say

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  • Snow in the Sierra Nevada and a chance of showers across Southern California this weekend

    Snow in the Sierra Nevada and a chance of showers across Southern California this weekend

    Nothing says fall in Southern California like cloudy skies, temperatures in the 60s and the off chance of light showers. People across the Southland can thank a weak cold front moving south along the West Coast for the chance to break out their fall sweaters and coats. Those seeking traditional...

  • Storms to bring heavy snow to Northern California mountains

    Storms to bring heavy snow to Northern California mountains

    A mountain pass across the Sierra Nevada that runs through Yosemite National Park was closing to traffic Thursday ahead of storms expected to dump up to 2 feet of snow on the highest peaks, park officials said. In fire-scarred regions of Northern California's wine country, meanwhile, crews were...

  • Storm forecast brings fear of toxic runoff from wine country burn zones

    Storm forecast brings fear of toxic runoff from wine country burn zones

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