Spring snowflakes

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Commuters who live above 2,000 feet faced a wintry ride to work this morning. Snow whitened the highway at the Soulsbyville Intersection on Highway 108, and snowflakes fell as low as Greenley Road in Sonora a little after 8 a.m. At 9 a.m., chains were required at Standard Junction on Highway 108.

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