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Storm leaves behind snow and rain as it moves east

Today's Temperatures

So long low pressure system! The storm that brought wet weather to our desert is making moves eastward and a gradual dry out will take place through the evening for the rest of the Southland.

All the mountains in Southern California have turned into winter wonderlands! Have a snowy picture you'd like to share? Send it to share@kesq.com!

Snow levels dropped to 2,000' on Thursday bringing a couple of inches to cities in the San Gorgonio Pass. Up to 8 feet of snow is estimated at the peak of Mount San Jacinto!

A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for Riverside county mountains until 10:00 p.m. Friday. Chains are required on mountain roads.

Notable rainfall here in the lower desert with some communities exceeding a half-inch of rain! Higher totals were recorded in the west valley.

Tomorrow's temperatures will be similar to today with a high in Palm Springs near 59°. Gradual warming will continue through the weekend and early next week.

The next storm system to bring rain to the desert will arrive late Tuesday/Wednesday. Stick with the First Alert Weather Team for updates as an active weather pattern continues!

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Haley Clawson

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