California’s snow loss to hit winter sports, water supply

Climate News Network: By mid-century, the snow-capped mountains of Southern California will be a lot less snowy, according to a new study from the University of California Los Angeles. The mountains beyond Pasadena, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Venice Beach and other iconic addresses will have 30 to 40 percent less snow on top and none at all at lower elevations. And by 2100, snowfall could be reduced to about a third of its level in 2000. By mid-century, the snow-capped peaks of Southern California with have 30-40......

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