Why was Christmas celebrated on the beach in California when most of the United States suffered the worst winter storm in decades?

“It’s a mountain range that protects us,” said Gabriela Teisier, a journalist with extensive experience in California weather studies and natural resources. Teisier explained that cyclonic bombs are formed from the north pole, disperse across Canada, and move in bulk from north to south in the United States. Therefore, the Sierra Madre, with its mountain range, serves as a protective shield, so that the cold system does not reach the state. On the contrary, when a winter system arrives from Alaska, it enters through the Pacific coasts where there is no protection for the region.

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