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Snowfall totals from Thanksgiving storms and photo gallery

VICTOR VALLEY, Calif. (VVNG.com) — Thanksgiving in the Victor Valley will be one to remember thanks to a couple of powerful winter storms that also created a nightmare commute for motorists on the I-15 freeway.

Below are the final snowfall reports from the National Weather Service as of Saturday:

APPLE VALLEY – 0.75in.

VICTORVILLE – 1-2in.

PHELAN – 8.5in.

WRIGHTWOOD – 24-28in.

According to the NWS, the area with the most rainfall was Lytle Creek Raws with 5.42in. In 7th place was Glen Helen Regional Park with 3.46 in. To view the complete list is available here.

Enjoy some user-submitted photos of the snow from around the Victor Valley:

Plenty of snow fell in Oak Hills. (photo by Diana McIntire)
(Photo by Christa Rose)
On November 27th there was a beautiful rainbow before the storm. (photo by Juan Garcia)
On November 27th there was a beautiful rainbow before the storm. (photo by Juan Garcia)
Dogs playing in the snow. (Photo by Brandon Lawless)
Dogs playing in the snow. (Photo by Brandon Lawless)
Stuck in the cajon pass during a snow storm. (Photo by Chris Vazquez)
Stuck in the cajon pass during a snow storm. (Photo by Chris Vazquez)
Snow related crashes in the cajon pass. (photo by Sara Hernandez)
Out somewhere in Summit Valley. (Jeni Casillas)

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