The California Highway Patrol has partially reopened a 40-mile stretch of Interstate 5 north of Los Angeles that was closed for many hours due to snow.
Motorists stuck for almost 24 hours by an icy storm resumed their travels Monday as improving weather along Interstate 5 in the mountains north of Los Angeles allowed California Highway Patrol units to escort vehicles over a pass.
The main highway between Southern and Central California was shut Sunday in both directions as blowing snow and ice from another winter storm made driving conditions treacherous for scores of travelers trying to return home at the end of a holiday weekend.
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