Issued Zones: The High Desert … Kern Desert … Antelope Valley … Morongo Basin to JTNP …
Site: Southern California Weather Force has issued a Weather Advisory for scattered showers/snow showers.
Date: 2/26/18 at 2:15pm PT
When: This evening through Tuesday.
Forecast: A very cold storm system will move through the region starting this evening/tonight and last into Tuesday. This advisory is for scattered snow showers in the region with a snow level tonight around 4,000 FT and on Tuesday 3,000 FT.
The snow level being a bit higher is the reason for the lower amounts.
Hesperia will see an inch of snow in southern sections with a dusting in the northern areas. Flakes will be seen in the LA/Kern Desert zones, as well as the Fort Irwin areas, east into the Morongo Basin.
A dusting is likely in the Joshua Tree National Park areas. 2-3 inches will fall just before I-15 and Highway 138 in the Cajon Pass. Other than this, I’ve decided against a Winter Weather Advisory.
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