Southern California mountains see season’s first snow, with another storm forecast for next week
The forecast for Friday night was for snow for the region including San Diego, Los Angeles, Riverside, Orange and Ventura counties. The National Weather Service called it “heavy” at the time, and this was actually the first storm of the season. It was not a major one, however. It was not “a blizzard,” meteorologist Dave Ullery called it, and a few more inches of snow is not unexpected on a Friday night in February. And then it was a day later before a second storm would arrive. It was a day later before an earthquake would arrive. It was a day later when a new earthquake would arrive. But as far as first snow falls here, it was not until Tuesday afternoon that this first storm arrived, this second snow started falling on Wednesday afternoon. And then it was a day later when the “first” snow started falling again, this second storm. And then it was another day later when the first snow started falling again, this third storm. And then it was another day later when the first snow started falling again, and this fourth storm. The first four snow storms were not as big as the first four snow storms. But each one was in the range of three to four inches. In other words, the first four snow storms were very significant snowstorms. That was three to four inches, and each of the first four snow storms was in the range of four to five inches.
These are all small, light snow storms for the region. It has been a warm, mild February this year. It hasn’t been the rainy January that could produce storms, but it has been a mild February. The temperatures so far have been above average. As of Sunday February 9, the average temperature for this year is about 53 degrees with a high of 61. These are the average temperatures for the region on February 9. The highs so far this year have been in the 70 – 80 degree range with an average high temperature of about 72 degrees. The lows so far this