Scattered Showers Roll into Parts of Los Angeles County

A cold winter storm brought scattered showers to much of Los Angeles County Monday, and very low snow levels are created treacherous driving conditions on highways through the mountains and Antelope Valley.

Early Monday morning, the California Highway Patrol began escorting vehicles over the Grapevine section of the Golden State (5) Freeway in northern Los Angeles County because of snowfall. The escorts ended by later morning, with Caltrans reporting the freeway lanes had been cleared of snow.

Snow was expected to fall off and on in mountain areas throughout the day, according to the National Weather Service.



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