Daniel Swain

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Daniel Swain: The Press Democrat—Why the new Southern California storms could be so relentless, brutal and dangerous: Snow, rain, big waves, wind

“The mountains certainly will see significant snowfall. The deserts and some of the highest inland valleys might even see a little bit of flurries, although accumulation is less likely,” added UCLA climate scientist Daniel Swain. “Really, the only place in California that’s going to see snow levels not get much below 2,000 feet is going to be right down near San Diego — but that’s still really low.”