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Winter Storm Watch Issued for The San Bernardino and Los Angeles Mountains Above 5,000 Feet Tuesday through Wednesday

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Issued Zones:  Los Angeles and San Bernardino Mountains Above 5,000 FT … 

Site: Southern California Weather Force has issued a Winter Storm Watch effective now for Tuesday through Wednesday …

Date Issued:  3/19/23 at 10:00am local

Forecast: A storm system will move into the region on Tuesday into Wednesday.  Snow-levels will start initially above the 6000 FT mark, but lower through near the 4,000 FT mark Tuesday night into Wednesday.  Heavy snowfall will occur in the watch zones and travel is not recommended.  

Updated SCWF models have brought the snow amounts to watch/warning level, or over 8″ in the Big Bear area, with eastern zones remaining 3-6″.  The Rim, as always, will see more than 8″ during this period.   The final snowfall maps will be updated tomorrow by article and in the GPS member section.

Gusty winds will accompany the system and bring near or at blizzard like conditions with no visibility.

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