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January 9, 1992 | CAROL WATSON and GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Valerie Bates wasn't going to let a closed road keep her from picking up her 4-year-old daughter from a day-care center in Palmdale. She took a plane home. Bates, 32, a computer consultant, was working in Sylmar when she learned, as did thousands of others Tuesday, that snow had closed all routes to the Antelope Valley. "I panicked," Bates said Wednesday. "I called the school and spoke to my daughter. She was upset.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 9, 1992 | CAROL WATSON and GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Valerie Bates wasn't going to let a closed road keep her from picking up her 4-year-old daughter from a day-care center in Palmdale. She took a plane home. Bates, 32, a computer consultant, was working in Sylmar when she learned, as did thousands of others Tuesday, that snow had closed all routes to the Antelope Valley. "I panicked," Bates said Wednesday. "I called the school and spoke to my daughter. She was upset.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 19, 2007 | Paloma Esquivel, Times Staff Writer
A storm rolling in from the Gulf of Alaska threatened to dump up to 8 inches of snow on Los Angeles County mountains by early today, while rains farther south raised worries about mudslides and flash floods in fire-scarred canyons. A snow advisory was issued until 8 a.m. today for mountains higher than 6,500 feet in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. The warning did not include the Santa Monica Mountains, said Stuart Seto, a weather specialist for the National Weather Service in Oxnard.
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November 12, 1985 | JACK JONES, Times Staff Writer
Streets were flooded in low-lying areas, there were some minor mud slides in hillside regions and snow blanketed local mountains Monday, as the first major storm of the season swept Southern California with drenching downpours and strong, chilly gusts. A flash-flood watch was maintained into the night in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, where last July's raging brush fires denuded thousands of acres. California 33 near Ojai had to be closed because of rock slides.
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