SAN BERNARDINO (CBSLA) — Even with a cold storm bringing snow to Southern California’s mountains Monday, a snow day will be out of the question because ski resorts are shutting down across the country.

Following in the footsteps of much of the country’s leisure industries, the $20 billion ski industry shutting down. Vail Resorts is closing down operations across 15 states and three countries through March 22.

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Some of the employees affected by the stoppage will be paid, but many hourly workers will be unable to get their paychecks.

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In Southern California, Bear Mountain and Snow Summit will be closed, along with Mammoth Mountain in Lake Tahoe.

Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley will also shut down.

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom this weekend directed all bars and clubs to shut down and urged seniors to self-isolate. On Sunday, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti ordered restaurants to stop dine-in eating, and the closure of bars, clubs, gyms and theaters.