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California was covered with snow after months of fires

Cold air fronts brought record low temperatures and heavy snowfall to California after months of hot weather and wildfires in the state.

The US state of California experienced snowfalls after months of hot weather and massive wildfires. Reported by The Watchers.

Over the past weekend, the Sierra at Tahoe ski resort received a total of 46 cm of snow. The National Meteorological Service predicts that the air temperature will be well below the average in the region. Frosts are possible.

"Frost will destroy crops, other sensitive vegetation and possibly damage unprotected water supply,” forecasters warn.

The neighboring state of Nevada also experienced record snowfalls, including Reno, Carson City, and Yerington. In most of the territory, a record of 13 cm of snow cover was recorded for this time.

It is noted that in Reno, this amount of snow has been seen only twice in history before.

Recall that in California, more than 100 thousand people were evacuated in October due to the threat of forest fires spreading to residential buildings.

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