Big Bear Still Open Despite Regional Stay-At-Home OrdersPopular ski and snowboard town, Big Bear Lake, was bustling with people eating on restaurant balconies Tuesday amid regional stay-at-home orders from Gov. Gavin Newsom.
It's Beginning To Feel Like Winter: Temperatures Plummet Across SouthlandAll schools in the Big Bear Unified School District were closed Monday due to the snow.
Cold Front Brings First Snow To Wrightwood AreaA cold front Sunday brought snow to Southern California's local mountains, including in Wrightwood.
Winter Storm Arrives In Southern California Bringing Rain, SnowA cold storm out of the Gulf of Alaska brought rain and snow to Southern California Thursday evening.
Heading To The Mountains For The Weekend? Bring Tire Chains And Expect DelaysA winter storm is expected Sunday night and is likely to dump snow at low elevations, impacting visibility and creating icy roads.
Cold Storm Could Bring Snowfall To SoCal Mountains, High DesertsSouthern Californians dreaming of a white Christmas should head for higher ground – Wednesday’s storm could even bring snow to the Antelope Valley.
Rain and Snow Expected To Increase In IntensityRain and mountain snow were beginning to fall over the Southland Sunday evening, previewing a second storm later in the week that is expected to feature wet weather on Christmas.
Big Bear Ski Resort Faces 4 Feet of Snow On Opening DayBig Bear Ski Resort's opening day is Nov. 29., but the snow prompted Caltrans to shut down all roads leading up to Big Bear and enforce chain controls on all areas in the San Bernardino and San Gabriel mountains.
Winter Wonderland: Southland Mountains See First Major Snow Of SeasonSome mountain areas were expecting 2 to 4 inches of snow, with higher peaks seeing up to 16 inches.
Snowstorm Blankets San Gabriel, San Bernardino MountainsThe Bear Valley Unified School District closed all its schools Tuesday. Anywhere from 12 to 18 inches of snow were expected in higher elevations.
Winter Storms Wash Away California Drought, Burnish SnowpackThe U.S. Drought Monitor reported Thursday that more than 87 percent of California was now free of any level of drought or unusual dryness. Just 2.3 percent — along the Oregon border — was in moderate drought, and the remainder was in a condition called abnormally dry.
Freezing Temps, Road Closures Remain After Rare Snowfall Delights SoCalRare snowfall and freezing temperatures delighted a wide swath of usually-warm Southern California Thursday, but continues to affect the region’s roads into Friday.
From Santa Clarita To Malibu, Snow Falls Across SouthlandCold and icy conditions across Southern California forced authorities to shut down at least two major freeways.
Cold Snap Breaks Temperature Records As Snow, Rain Move Into SouthlandThe mercury barely budged Wednesday amid a cold snap gripping parts of Southern California, resulting in multiple record temperature.
Fast-Falling Snow Strands Drivers In The Grapevine -- Including Our Reporter"It's pretty gnarly out here," KCAL9's Jeff Nguyen reported.