VICTOR VALLEY, Calif. (VVNG.com) — Another cold winter storm that’s expected to dump even more rain and snow will move into the Victor Valley Wednesday.
According to the NWS, snow levels could be even lower with this next storm, down to 2000 feet by Thursday evening.
The winter storm is slated for Wednesday evening through Friday morning, with another round of significant snow likely in the mountains and blustery winds across the region, stated the US National Weather Service San Diego California in a Facebook post.
The latest detailed forecast predicts a chance of rain showers before 10 pm on Wednesday with a 50% chance of snow. Temperatures will dip into the low 30’s and winds from the southwest will kick-up gust as high as 30mph possible.
On Thursday you can expect a chance of showers along with a 60% chance of snow showers and a low of 27 degrees.
Friday the sun will return and the high will reach about 45 degrees and then dip again into the high 20’s.
With overnight temperatures dropping to the low 20’s Wednesday night, the US National Weather Service issued a frost advisory for San Bernardino County. The frost advisory remains in effect from 10 pm this evening to 9 am Tuesday and resumes again at 10 pm Tuesday until 9 am Wednesday.
A frost advisory means that widespread frost is expected. Sensitive outdoor plants may be killed if left uncovered. Livestock or pets should not be left outside without shelter.
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