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.
A strong spring storm lashed Southern California with rain, fierce winds and some fresh powder in the mountains, giving new life to some ski resorts that had closed for the season.
A spring storm that battered Northern California Saturday continues to move south, dumping snow in the mountains above Los Angeles and bringing big waves to beaches.
An early spring storm pounded Southern California Sunday, flooding roadways, causing power outages and dumping snow on mountain areas as low as 4,500 feet.
Yosemite National Park will be without electricity for three to six days after a powerful weekend storm forced officials to close the park amid power outages and blocked roads.
California gets a day to dry out from a fierce spring storm before wet weather rolls in again.