I don’t know when it last snowed at this elevation (1500 ft) in San Diego County, but it would have to have been many years.
It’s pretty, but not really the best thing for citrus and avocado trees. Or stone-fruit trees that are already in bloom. (That’s the Mesch Mesch Amrah plumcot in between the mandarin and the avos.)
Here it is as it was falling last night, around 9:30 p.m.:
Many more photos at the Flickr site.
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