LOS ANGELES (AP) — Southern California mountains have a dusting of new snow following the passage of a weak weather system over the weekend.
Cold air arriving in the wake of the system has dropped temperatures into the 30s in many areas early Monday, and forecasters say the day's highs will remain below normal.
Small craft advisories are posted for hazardous seas and gusty winds along much of the coast.
A warm-up is expected to begin Tuesday as a ridge of high pressure brings offshore flow.
Sunday's front left a trace of rain in downtown Los Angeles, which has collected 18½ inches since the start of the water year on Oct. 1. That's 7 inches more than average by this time.
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