CALIFORNIA WINTER STORMS BRING HEAVY SNOW: NEWSOM DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY IN 13 COUNTIES California is enduring more severe winter weather as storms continue to unleash unusual snowfall and strong winds across the state, damaging highways and roads and trapping some residents in their homes. Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday evening declared a state of emergency in 13 counties affected by the storms. Disaster response and relief will be provided to the counties of Amador, Kern, Los Angeles, Madera, Mariposa, Mono, Nevada, San Bernardino, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Sierra, Sonoma and Tulare. The state’s emergency agency and private weather forecasters in January said that damage from weeks of storms and flooding in California could surpass $1 billion. Over the past week, mountainous regions have been inundated with a barrage of snow. In the San Bernardino Mountains, snowfall blocked roads and stranded residents in their homes as crews worked urgently to clear the roads. Some ski resorts were forced to close due to blizzard conditions, and Yosemite National The state’s emergency agency and private weather forecasters in January said that damage from weeks of storms and flooding in California could surpass $1 billion. https://www.cnbc.com/2023/03/02/california-winter-storms-newsom-state-of-emergency-in-13-counties.html
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