Snow Hits Southern California
Old Man Winter continues to flex his muscle on the West Coast.
Old Man Winter is flexing his muscles once again on the west coast.
This time heavy snow and high winds forced the closure of a 30-mile stretch of Interstate 5, the main highway linking central and southern California.
Hundreds traveling back from the holiday weekend found themselves stuck.
The highway opened Monday afternoon, but only after many people spent the night in their vehicles.
The weather is now moving west.
In a city famous for wagering not many would bet on Las Vegas receiving measurable snow, but gamblers on the Vegas strip awoke to flurries as an "unpredictable" winter continues.