Snow has fallen this Thanksgiving day about Los Angeles County, a strange weather phenomenon for southern California places like Palmdale or Lancaster.

In Palmdale it accumulated this Thursday between 3 and 5 inches of snow, an amount that meteorologists have not remembered since 2011.

The city of Antelope Valley receives snowfall every three years or so but the National Meteorological Service told KTLA that the amount recorded is Thanksgiving It is unusually high.

It is snowing in places with an altitude of between 2,500 and 3,000 feet and will continue to do so until Friday. The storm is expected to continue until four in the morning.

Snow has also made its appearance in Lancaster, north of Angelino County. In some areas of the city it has reached a height of up to six inches.

The NWS office in Los Angeles warned of the snowstorm approaching the two cities and shared the map that predicted how it would move.


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