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Snowfall in Summit Valley, in the Mojave Desert

Summit Valley?

Is that like “jumbo shrimp?


Here we go again, back to Southern California‘s Mojave Desert. I was intrigued by Summit Valley, too, especially when I saw the snowy video below. According to Wikipedia, Summit Valley is one of 15 unincorporated communities in Victor Valley, California. Summit Valley has fewer than 20,000 people. Google Maps knows RIGHT where it is!

According to the CNN producer note, it is apparently unusual for Summit Valley to get so much snow.

And the accumulation of snow on desert vegetation is as pretty as it is unusual….

-Bill at

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