LOS ANGELES (AP) — Snow and ice made travel dicey on many of California’s mountain highways as a very cold and windy storm moved through. Many parts of the state experienced freezing temperatures early Wednesday and a widespread hard freeze is predicted for early Thursday. Chains have been required on major Sierra Nevada routes and icy conditions have disrupted travel over Interstate 5 and State Route 58 in the mountains north of Los Angeles. Showers and snowfall are expected to wind down as the cold low pressure system centered over Nevada moves east and weakens Thursday.
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