SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) -- Crews are still working to restore
power to hundreds of thousands of customers in California.
A fierce storm has left as much as 44 inches of snow in some
parts of the Sierra Nevada, and forecasters expect up to 10 feet of
snow in the upper elevations by tomorrow.
Transportation officials have closed Interstate 80 and the Red
Cross has set up a shelter for stranded motorists.
Flash flood warnings are in effect for wide swaths of Southern
California, including most of Los Angeles County and Santa Barbara
Tens of thousands of customers lost power from central
California into Oregon and Washington.
Winter storm warnings are also posted in Colorado.