From the Sierra Nevada to coastal ranges, mountains across California are blanketed in snow right now. And, they look spectacular.
That's one of four stories we're featuring today on NBCLA.com.
California's Mountains Are Blanketed in Snow
California's statewide snowpack is at 124 percent of normal after about a week's worth of unrelenting storms. That's great for the state's water supply -- and those snow-capped peaks make a stunning backdrop.
Local news from across Southern California
Big Bear's Big Snowfall Is Big
Multiplex Has a Plan for Rainwater That Usually Flows Into the Ocean
Set to open this spring, the Vineyards complex will be equipped with solar panels, LED-powered lights, and charging outlets for electric cars. One of the most noteworthy parts of the development, however, is a network of cisterns placed around the building for rainwater storage. Here's what to know.
LA is About to Fix a Quirk That Left Hundreds of Roads Unpaved
Thanks to a bureaucratic oddity, hundreds of Los Angeles streets went unpaved for up to eight decades. That could be fixed by an ordinance that a Los Angeles City Council committee will consider Wednesday.
Free-to-See Movie Costume Exhibit Opens
Did you see the details in the costumes of "Black Panther?" Probably not like this. Visit the free 27th Annual "Art of Motion Picture Costume Design" exhibition at the FIDM Museum in Downtown Los Angeles. It's open through April 12.