Sunny, warmer days ahead, rain Thursday-Friday

Rain clouds parted on Easter Sunday afternoon long enough for a large family picnic in June Vail Park. Temperatures will warm through Wednesday but more rain is on the way. Courier photo/Peter Weinberger

A fast-moving, cold weather system blew through Southern California Saturday bringing heavy showers with two inches of rain to the Claremont area over the weekend. But sunny and warmer days are in the forecast through Wednesday with high temperatures in the 70s. That will be short-lived as more rain blows into town Thursday and Friday, dropping temperatures by 25 degrees. The cold weather will also bring more snow to the mountains, with snow reaching down to 4000 feet Friday.

Averie Rios, 8, and her sister Skyelar, 6, from La Verne use the Ice House Canyon parking lot to scoot down the slushy snow on Saturday. Courier photo/Peter Weinberger


With cool weather all day Saturday, snow levels reached down to 5000 feet just above Baldy Village on the way up to the Ski lift area. More snow is expected later this week. Courier photo/Peter Weinberger



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