30 feet and counting: California town buried in snow

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MAMMOTH LAKES, California — Since the start of the winter season on November 2nd, Mammoth Lakes, California has received 375” of snow. In just the past week, since January 9th, the town has been inundated with 119” of snow. That’s nearly ten feet of snow burying the resort town. President Joe Biden has approved an emergency declaration for California due to the amount of rain and snow hitting the state all at once.

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