Global warming? Rare storm brings snow to Malibu, Pasadena, West Hollywood, metro Los Angeles – First time since 1962!


Let’s talk about GLOBAL WARMING! Light snow is falling at very low elevations around greater Los Angeles as a very cold storm passes through. Yes, it snowed in the city of Los Angeles on Thursday, a rare event creating excitement and confusion in the metro area. The last time it snowed in downtown Los Angeles was in January 1962. Snow has dusted portions of Los Angeles County over the years, most recently in 2007.

Snow comes to L.A., with powder in Malibu, Pasadena, West Hollywood
Snow comes to L.A., with powder in Malibu, Pasadena, West Hollywood via Twitter

The Los Angeles County Fire Department air operations section posted video of snow falling in the Santa Monica Mountains above Malibu Thursday afternoon.

And actor Jerry O’Connell recorded video of himself as snow fell in nearby Calabasas.

The National Weather Service had said the snow level could lower to 1,000 feet (305 meters).

The Los Angeles County Sheriff and others also tweeted pictures of the snow.


  1. Again, in North Alabama and the rest of Tennessee River Valley got so much strong rain for a day. And more strong rain is coming from tonight to tomorrow! I saw the city (Muscle Shoals) drainage pond has become full to brim, and the area beside any river and stream become flooded. I saw at least a couple of houses might be flooded near a river.

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    On this video, you can see the park beside the Tennessee River just under Wilson Dam has been flooded. This Wilson Dam was completed in 1924 under supervision of Hugh L. Cooper (=Reptilian). It looks so old that anytime, this dam might fail. Around this dam area, there is TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority = federal government) facilities. You can say these TVA facilities are kind of Area 51 in Alabama. There are many Reptilian sightings on Reservation Road where TVA facilities and Wilson Dam are located.

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