SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (KTLA) — It was a wild weekend for weather! Southern California got a mix of conditions from rain to wind to hail.
Overnight on Sunday, snow fell and winds howled in the Grapevine, where gusts ripped off one of the signs from the Flying J Travel Plaza.
Hail and rain also fell in Fontana, where there was some localized flooding late Sunday.
Conditions on Monday are expected to be mostly sunny but still cool, with highs mostly in the upper 50s and low 60s.
A wind advisory is in effect through noon on Monday for several areas, including the Santa Clarita Valley and the Los Angeles and Ventura county mountains.
Sustained winds of around 15-20 mph are expected, with some gusts up to 40 or 50 mph possible, according to forecasters.
Snow flurries were possible above 3,500 feet in the Antelope Valley, as well as the Riverside and San Bernardino mountains.
All Rim of the World Schools were closed on Monday due to inclement weather. Schools in the Bear Valley Unified School District were open.
Staring on Wednesday, high pressure will build back into the region, bringing temperatures in the 70s with plenty of sunshine.