September 1, 2014
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Thunderstorms, lightning, snow, massive waves and generally odd weather are all being reported across California as yet another storm moves through the region.
The National Weather Service reports a combination of cold temperatures and the moisture being carried by the latest storm dropped snow Saturday on some mountains in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Along the coast, the weather service issued a high surf advisory from Sonoma County south to the Central California coast, and with waves up to 22 feet, forecasters are warning people to be careful walking along area beaches.
In Southern California, thunderstorms and lightning hit the region. Forecasters warned of potentially hazardous driving conditions on Interstate 5 through the Tejon Pass, about 70 miles north of Los Angeles, as light snow fell on the roadway.
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