Heavy snowfall in the summer is a phenomenon taking place in California, Western United States.
According to CNN, a cold wave caused early snowfall in the mountains running along the two states of California-Nevada while there are still 6 days left until the summer here really ends for autumn.
Snow falls along interstate 80. (Image: California Department of Transportation).
The heavy wind blew a small aircraft off the runway of Reno airport, causing the aircraft to be damaged.
According to the Associated Press news agency, the California Department of Transportation posted a picture to its Twitter account on September 16 showing snow covering Interstate 80, 16 km to the west of Truckee (California), 16 miles west. Prefer to recommend people drive carefully in slippery, foggy street conditions.
At least two ski resorts in Lake Tahoe area also posted a picture of 'summer snow' covering the cable car.
Ski resorts around Lake Tahoe post photos of "summer snow."(Photo: Squaw Valley).
The cold air caused temperatures in the area to drop to 15-20 degrees from 30 degrees Celsius on September 13.
The National Hydrometeorological Agency issued a red warning until 6pm on September 14 because high winds and low humidity can create a dangerous fire.