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Storm system moves in overnight

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Another series of earthquakes struck near Anza Sunday, with the strongest being two of 3.5 magnitude.

A storm system will be moving into Southern California tonight with impacts here in the Coachella Valley beginning on Monday. Chances for rain extend through Thursday, with temperatures in the 60s.

A Winter Storm Warning is in effect from 11 p.m. Sunday night through 5 a.m. Thursday morning. Snow is expected at elevations above 5,500 ft. with the greatest impacts being felt above 6,500 ft. This storm looks to bring heavy snow, with localized amounts up to 48" in some areas. Expect very difficult travel.

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Taylor Begley

Taylor Begley is a Sports Anchor and Reporter for KESQ News Channel 3. You can also catch her anchoring weather on the weekends. Learn more about Taylor here.

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