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Parts of California Celebrate White Christmas After Snow

By STEFANIE DAZIO
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LOS ANGELES (AP) – Parts of California are finally celebrating a White Christmas, with snowfall as thick as mountains across the state. At Donner Pass in the Sierra Nevada, officials wondered if the recent snowfall could break the December heaviest snowfall record of 179 inches set in 1970. Other parts of California saw a wet and rainy Christmas as storms continue to hit the state, causing flash flooding and evacuations in some areas over the holiday period. Storms to the west, which could bring rain and snow over much of next week and plunge the Pacific Northwest into an extended cold spell, according to a now-off-atmospheric river that brings rainfall in abundance at the beginning of this week.

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