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Southern California weather turns wilder, with snow and possible tornado

The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning just after 6 p.m. Saturday for east central Santa Barbara County and west central Ventura County.  “There’s an active storm cell,” said weather specialist Bonnie Bartling. 

Meanwhile, the California Highway Patrol said snow had begun sticking to the 5 Freeway at the Grapevine just before 6 p.m. Saturday, and the agency was prepared to close down portions of the freeway there if snow continued to pile up.

-- Christopher Goffard

 
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You guys heard of Southern California Weather Authority? They issued the TORNADO WARNING for my area 19 minutes before NWS did. They are great!

Search them out if you don't believe me, they are on Google News as well

KEVIN MARTIN IS THAT U
Well u rock
Are you on LOP not GLP now

Doom on weather brother. You RULE KEVIN MARTIN.
NO ONE DOES THE WEATHER BETTER THAN CALIFORNIA WEATHER AUTHORITY


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