A storm rolled into Southern California on Thursday, bringing spates of heavy rain, lightning, and thunder to the region by evening, and snow to the mountains.
Drivers heading to or from Big Bear on Sunday had to pack their patience — as well as chains — if they wanted to experience Sunday’s snow at the region’s resorts.
With snow in the forecast, Saturday was a day to prepare for the arrival of both the weather and the people who want to see it in Big Bear.
A magnitude-3.1 earthquake struck the Running Springs area Saturday morning.
The closure of Highway 18, just 16 miles away from Big Bear, halted tourists who were hoping to catch some fresh snow.
Four people, including two children, were safe Friday after a vehicle partially went off the side of Highway 18.
Portions of Angeles Forest Highway and Upper Big Tujunga Canyon Road in the Angeles National Forest were closed Thursday tonight due to snow and icy conditions.
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Winter weather advisories were in effect for local mountains Wednesday night, as some areas, like Running Springs, received a lot of snow.