Cold Storm to Hit Southern California, Dropping Snow, Producing Hail

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Another storm is moving into Southern California, bringing some rain but also the possibility of snow at very low elevations.

Here are the key things you need to know:

►A storm moving in Wednesday night and Thursday morning will bring light rain to coastal and basin areas but snow to very low mountain elevations.

►Snow levels will also be lowered to about 2,000 feet Thursday, and up to 6 inches of powder may fall in the eastern San Gabriel Mountains. It’s possible that snow levels could fall to 1,500 feet if heavier precipitation moves in.

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