Showers, gusty winds and wintery weather will continue Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
Scattered showers are expected throughout the day, but rainfall amounts will not be significant, according to the agency.
Snow levels are expected at 4,500 to 5,000 feet, which might bring snow to the Grapevine pass area along the 5 Freeway.
The cold front is also expected to bring dangerous wind gusts up to 75 mph in the mountains and 65 mph in the west end of the Antelope Valley, according to the weather service.
A high wind warning and a wind advisory will be in effect for Los Angeles and Ventura counties until Monday, when the winds are expected to diminish.
Most areas in Los Angeles County saw less than a half-inch of rain during Saturday’s storm. Torrance saw the most rain with a little over an inch, according to the weather service.
Rainfall totals were higher in Ventura County; Cal State Channel Islands in Camarillo got just under an inch of rain, while Camarillo and Oxnard received about a half-inch of precipitation.
Sunnier and drier conditions are in the forecast starting Tuesday, when the Santa Ana winds are expected to blow through, the weather service reported.