Snow and ice wreak havoc on two vital California mountain crossings; sub-freezing temps warned

The National Weather Service Hanford office is providing important information about the weather conditions in Central California. They have issued key messages regarding the expected impacts of the weather in the region. Currently, there are travel delays anticipated over Tejon Pass and Tehachapi Pass due to heavy snowfall, which has resulted in slick roadways. It is recommended that motorists exercise caution and plan accordingly for potential disruptions to their travel plans.

Residents and travelers in the Mojave Desert Slopes should be prepared for potentially hazardous wind conditions until 7 AM PST this morning. It is advised to secure any loose objects in order to avoid damage caused by the expected damaging wind gusts in the area.

A prolonged period of sub-freezing temperatures is expected in the San Joaquin Valley tonight and early Tuesday morning. Temperatures may drop as low as 27 degrees, so residents should take necessary precautions to safeguard sensitive plants, pipes, and pets.

A cold storm system is on its way to Central California, and it is expected to bring snow to the Sierra Nevada, foothills, and Kern County mountains. Residents in these areas should keep an eye on the weather forecasts and be prepared for winter weather conditions, as there is a possibility of snow accumulation even in lower elevations.

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