do it snow in los angeles?
- 8 months ago
It always rains in Los Angeles. It doesn’t snow very much.
- Gray BoldLv 78 months ago
It can on rare occasions. The last time it snowed in Los Angeles was in January 1962, according to Los Angeles Public Library archives. During that storm, heavy snow fell in the mountains and high deserts and dusted parts of downtown and West L.A. Most of the city snow, however, melted quickly.
- Anonymous8 months ago
Yes, they call it cocaine. Tons of it
- az_lenderLv 78 months ago
It snows quite a lot on some of the mountains that can be seen from various parts of Los Angeles. Last February (2019) there were social-media reports of snow in LA, but meteorologists suggested it was more likely hail or "graupel" (look that up). You are pretty safe in NOT expecting any snow in Los Angeles.
Internet has a nice photo of accumulated snow in Pasadena in 1949, but Pasadena is not "in" Los Angeles. It's an abutting suburb.
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- RichardLv 78 months ago
Occasionally there is light snow; but it melts within a few hours.
- LônLv 78 months ago
DOES it, not do it!!,................
- DavonteLv 58 months ago
Los Angeles gets Cold & rainy for the winter
- regeruggedLv 78 months ago
It did when I was working in LA on a temporary assignment. About one inch accumulated on Malibu Beach. One day later the snow was gone, and it was dry.
- BJJLv 78 months ago
Yes it do ,,,,,,, the last time was in 1962
- TQLv 78 months ago
Whether it snows in los angeles (sic) or not depends on Los Angeles' location in the world. Some places it do; some places it do not.
Los Angeles, HO, CU
Los Angeles, Andalusia, ES
Los Angeles, Biobio Region, CL
Los Angeles, BA, AR
Los Angeles, Cesar Department, CO
Los Angeles, Canary Islands, ES
Los Angeles, Balearic Islands, ES
Los Angeles, SO, MX
Los Angeles, Catamarca, AR
Los Angeles, TM, MX
Los Angeles, Matagalpa, NI
Los Angeles, DG, MX
Los Angeles, SI, MX
Los Angeles, Chiriqui, PA
Los Angeles, Los Santos, PA
Los Angeles, CA, US
Not as if there's only one place named Los Angeles.