An ‘abnormal,’ monsoon-like weather pattern hits Southern California on February 6th.
The area’s only major city, Los Angeles, had to shut down its system and send residents out of the state’s second largest city.
The severe weather system, which brought heavy snow and wind to the Northwest, is expected to move northeast.
High: A vehicle plows its way through a snow and ice after winds caused the closure of the Interstate 5 and 710 freeways
Showers and thundershowers are still affecting much of Southern California, but the heavy rain will continue.
However, wind will continue to cause some wind damage from the southwest, which is expected to reach as far south as Los Angeles on the Eastside.
There are chances of heavy rain in the central and north areas of the state, but areas to the immediate east could see up to an inch of rain.
In addition, a mix of rain and snow is expected to push into the San Joaquin Valley.
The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning for the San Joaquin Valley and adjacent regions in extreme western and northern parts of the state.
Snow also continued to fall in the Owens Valley and Lassen National Forests.
In addition, a Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for the entire San Francisco Bay Area in anticipation of snow showers and possible high winds.
In the south, a Winter Storm Warning for the area and the surrounding counties remains in effect until 8 a.m. This will be followed by a Winter Storm Warning for the entire San Diego County area until 10 a.m.
Inland: A vehicle passes through a snow and ice after heavy snow fell with high winds
While the heavy snow was largely made up of snowfall, a slight chance of freezing rain was reported through Sunday.
Some schools in the San Francisco Bay Area were closed on Sunday, but students in the area are being asked not to come to school unless absolutely necessary.
Many areas are still under a Winter Storm Warning, as the storm moved northeast on Sunday afternoon.
A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for the entire San Diego County area until 10 a.m.
A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for the entire San Francisco Bay Area until 10 a.m.
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