Somewhere under all this stuff are three dozen assorted pansies.
This is a beach resort that seldom gets much snow, let along 8.5 inches of dry powder. The neighborhood kids were using their boogie boards as sleds.
For a bit of perspective, note that Nevada is having its hottest winter in years . . .
Highs have the potential to surpass records of 71 degrees for Jan. 29 set in 1976 and 72 degrees for Jan. 30 set in 1971, Weather Service meteorologist Chris Outler said.
. . . and Cali is becoming a dry state.
Wells are running dry or reservoirs are nearly empty in some communities. Others have long-running problems that predate the drought.