The National Weather Service predicts that Sunday’s light rain and mountain snow showers will continue into Sunday night. The majority of places could have up to a quarter of an inch of rain, but mountain regions higher than 3,500 feet in elevation could experience up to two inches of snow.
The Ventura County and Los Angeles County Mountains are under a winter weather alert through Sunday night at 10 p.m. The San Gabriel Mountains are predicted to receive the most snowfall, and wind gusts up to 50 mph occasionally cause blowing snow to restrict visibility.
The NWS warns that travel could be “very difficult due to reduced visibility in blowing snow and icy road conditions, including Interstate 5 near the Grapevine [which] could see travel delays or closures.”
There are many articles like this one that you can read for updates and additional details. A relevant link is provided below:
- Officials have Issued a Rare Blizzard Warning for the Los Angeles Region: Weather Reports for California
- Snowfall Caused Poor Road Conditions and Several Accidents in Northwest Indiana
- A Historic Blizzard Warning Remains as Heavy Snow and Rain Batter Metro Los Angeles
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