A cold storm out of the Gulf of Alaska left L.A. County Friday morning.
Rain totals across the county generally ranged from a 10th of an inch to a half-inch, said Oxnard-based National Weather meteorologist Rich Thompson. He said he expected “lingering snow showers in some mountain areas.
At 3:25 a.m., the NWS reported that a winter weather advisory, which denotes challenging mountain travel conditions, would be extended, expiring at 8 a.m. in the San Bernardino Mountains.
Thompson said the storm arrived about a hour later than expected and produced a little less precipitation than anticipated.
Friday’s temperatures under cloudy skies should be a few degrees warmer than Thursday’s.
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