Following an especially wet week, Californians shouldn’t hang up their snow digging tools and waterproof shells presently.
Those in Southern California ought to anticipate that 1 should 8 crawls of snow to fall in the mountainous territories of Ventura and Los Angeles regions between late Tuesday and Wednesday night, said Kathy Hoxsie, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Oxnard.
Somewhere else in Los Angeles County, one-quarter to one-portion of an inch of downpour is forecast to fall, with 3/4 inches expected in the lower regions, Hoxsie said.
This comes after 18 to 24 creeps of snow fell at Mt. Baldy — whose levels reflect those of the San Gabriel Mountains — between Jan. 26 and 29, Hoxsie said, assisting make with increasing for what has been an especially dry winter. Mt. Wilson saw 7 creeps of snow at 5,700 feet.