A winter wonderland, at last

The San Gabriel Mountains are covered in a blanket of fresh snow after a pair of winter storms blew through Southern California over the weekend. The first storm descended on the Inland Valley Friday night with snow flurries and modest precipitation. The National Weather Service warned Saturday that a second “very cold storm with strong winds” was expected Sunday night through Monday, with snow levels down to 1,500-2,000 feet and potential for significant travel impacts. Mt. Baldy resort was reporting 20 inches from the first storm but was closed on Monday due to high winds. A third storm is expected Wednesday. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff


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