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California Gets Snow and Rain from Latest Storm


Many of California's mountains are sporting new coats of snow down to low elevations from the first of two cold weather systems predicted for the state this week. 

A winter storm remains in effect Tuesday for the ranges east of Los Angeles and south through the interior of San Diego county. The Mammoth Mountain resort in the Eastern Sierra says it received 6 inches of snow. 

In terms of rain, Los Angeles County was a big winner with a quarter-inch to a half inch overnight. 

Another storm expected to enter California from the north late Wednesday is expected to bring heavier rains. 

Snow is expected to continue to fall in the San Gabriel Mountains while some Orange county residents got to see snow covering Santiago Peak, the southern-most of Orange County's Saddleback Mountains that borders Riverside.