Thanksgiving snowstorm produces rare and significant amounts of snow in California’s high desert region.
Some 8 inches of unseasonable snow was reported in parts of the Antelope Valley on Thursday.
Over the last two days, Lancaster has received 5 inches, while Palmdale measured an historic 3+ inches, says the the National Weather Service, adding that a weather spotter also reported 7 inches in Pearblossom.
Rare November snow was also settling in some Inland Empire desert communities, such as Apple Valley and Hesperia.
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