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Snow Falls on Malibu, Southern California

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Photo: Trucks are stopped along Interstate 5 near Pyramid Lake because of snow, January 17, 2007.
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Snow Falling on Malibu

5:13 a.m. January 18, 2007
LOS ANGELES – A cold storm dusted parts of Southern California with snow, snarling traffic and closing highways, but delighting many residents who raced outside to quickly snap pictures or pack together snowballs before the unusual sighting melted away.
The fast-moving storm that dropped snow in the mountains above Malibu and left streets and lawns in Venice, Westwood and elsewhere covered with ice from hail on Wednesday was the latest blast from a cold snap that has kept California in an icy grip for a week.
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