CNN's Stephanie Elam reports from Mammoth, California, on record-breaking snowfall in the area. #CNN #News #shorts
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We’ve been hammered.
I hope a lot of this precipitation is going to end up in storage and not in the Pacific Ocean.
Reminds Me of My Childhood in WI!!!💖🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏💖
Must be Global Warming 😂
@Justin 0ldman you definitely don’t teach history.
@Justin 0ldman My pronouns are told-you-so
@mountainguyed67 Cream of som young guy
Reporting news is dangerous
If that snow collapsed on her there’s a problem
Yes, the potential for collapse is what struck me. As soon as milder temperatures arrive, that trench is a hazard.
Thank GOD I’m in FLORIDA……A SNOW STORM HERE WOULD DESTROY THE STATE….
Don’t stand so close….
not just a record in Mammoth, a MAMMOth record
1200 year drought!
Looks dangerous 😅
YOU GUYS ARE GOING THROUGH IT BE STRONG ALL AND TAKE CARE OF
ONE ANOTHER❤ WE LOVE YOU !!! YOU ARE NOT ALONE. KNOW ALL THAT SNOW MELT IS HEADED DOWN HILL …WAITING FOR THE DELTA TO FILL UP .., ❤️TO YOU ALL
IF YOU NEED SOMEWHERE TO STAY I HAVE 2 EXTRA BED ROOMS LIVE IN PITTSBURG CA ON A HILL LOOKING OUT AT THE DELTA OR GOLF COURSE ❤
*I still have yet to go snowboarding hopefully this year i will*
700 inches is over 58 feet. That’s a lot of snow
Wow that is a lot of snow!
and this is march!
Compressed, it would have been like North Texas back in the early ’80s, when you could ice skate on your lawn! It happened around Austin in the late 90s, too. We had a far more reliable power grid back then, with less than a day off the grid just once in over 50 years before the recent, embarrassing outage across Texas. And the panhandle has it worse than we do. I remember my ex-BF going home to South Texas, off the coast when we were working in Colorado. It was in the 70s in Colorado and his family got 6-inches of snow! 😂 Welcome to the real world, CA. Extreme temperatures are just part of regular meteorological events, reaching extremes in somewhat of a sinusoidal pattern, with amplitude extremes every once in a while. 🇺🇸
Beautiful up here in Canada 😂
Don’t stay there… you don’t want to know how heavy snow can be…
700 inches is 58 ft…
Give us MOAR!