New Storm Brings More Snow to SoCal Mountains, Concerns in I-5 Corridor

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A new storm moved into Southern California on Saturday, bringing light rain and concerns over snow in mountain passes.

Snow was beginning to stick along the Interstate 5 corridor in the Tejon Pass, the National Weather Service said Saturday morning.

Snow level were predicted to drop to 3,500-to-4,000 feet Saturday. Higher mountains could see 2 to 4 inches of snow. Snow levels could drop to 2,500 feet Sunday, when a second storm moves through.

Officials have warned of possible closures of mountain passes due to snow.

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