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NWS: Storm system could drop snow level to 3500′ on Monday

VICTORVILLE, Calif. ( — A storm system moving towards Southern California from the north will bring rain and snow to the Victor Valley and local mountains, according to the US National Weather Service.

According to the NWS, the system will make its way in on Sunday through late Monday night or early Tuesday.

The snow level will fall from 5500′-6000′ Sunday to possibly 3500′-4000′ Monday, locally lower mainly in the San Bernardino County high deserts.

The NWS said, 4-6 inches of snow are possible, locally higher near the higher peaks of San Bernardino County.

Most areas like Victorville and Hesperia will see 1/4″ to 1/2″ of rain.

The Cajon Pass elevation is about 3,777ft above the sea level and has the potential for hazardous driving conditions including snow.

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