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More snow, rain, and wind arrives Monday

A low-pressure system moved in from the northwest this afternoon, bringing more rain and snow to Southern California. Rainfall accumulation around the desert remains minimal for this round, though the San Gorgonio Pass picked up more than a quarter of an inch.

A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for San Bernardino and Riverside County mountains, above 5,500', until midnight. Snowfall accumulation from 3-7" is expected, with up to a foot of snow possible in localized amounts.

The High Wind Warning has been downgraded to a Wind Advisory for gusts up to 45 MPH.

A Windblown Dust Advisory has been issued by South Coast Air Quality Management District through Tuesday morning as the continued gusty winds into Tuesday morning may lead to reduced air quality around the valley.

Another storm system will be quick to follow, beginning Wednesday. More rain is expected for the desert and the First Alert Weather Team will be tracking it closely. Check back for updates.

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Haley Clawson


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