Storm Brings Rain, Snow to Southern California

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A storm passing through Southern California brought rain throughout the region Saturday, and prompted a winter storm warning in some mountain areas, forecasters said.

Periods of snow and gusty winds were expected through noon in the mountains around Los Angeles County and the foothills of the Antelope Valley, the National Weather Service said.


The storm brought snow to local mountains, Wrightwood, Nov. 22, 2013 (KTLA)

The wet weather also prompted a winter storm warning in the mountains around L.A. County and the eastern San Gabriels, including Wrightwood and Mountain High, forecasters said.

However, the Santa Monica Mountains in L.A. County were not included in the warning.

Between two and four inches of additional snow were forecast for the eastern San Gabriels, forecasters said.

The snow was expected to create hazardous driving conditions on mountain roads, including the Interstate 5 corridor and the Grapevine, the Weather Service said.