San Bernardino County Declares Emergency as Residents Trapped by 'Several Feet of Snow'
San Bernardino County declared an emergency on Monday, February 27, as residents were trapped by “several feet of snow” that fell in the region over the weekend.
The county sought state and federal assistance to clear snow from mountain highways and neighborhood streets.
Footage posted to Twitter by user @AcidTongueDevil shows snow-covered mountains near the Cajon Pass in San Bernardino County. “Never seen snow like this in Southern California before, even at the Cajon Pass,” read a caption accompanying the video.
The National Weather Service said a series of winter storm systems would continue to impact the West Coast through March 1. Credit: @AcidTongueDevil via Storyful