More Snow! National Weather Service Extends Wind Advisory for Big Bear Area

Big Bear Valley, CA — We received another dusting of snow last night, making for a snowfall every week in April, including the eight-or-so inches we received on Earth Day. Valley-wide snow totals remain at roughly 127 inches (or well over 10 feet) for the season, which more than doubles the yearly average of 62 inches. Though additional snowfall is not likely today, the Big Bear area remains under a Wind Advisory, per the National Weather Service. We can expect west winds of 25 to 35 miles per hour, with gusts to 55 miles per hour, through 8pm this evening.

Big Bear Valley, CA — We received another dusting of snow last night, making for a snowfall every week in April, including the eight-or-so inches we received on Earth Day. Valley-wide snow totals remain at roughly 127 inches (or well over 10 feet) for the season, which more than doubles the yearly average of 62 inches. Though additional snowfall is not likely today, the Big Bear area remains under a Wind Advisory, per the National Weather Service. We can expect west winds of 25 to 35 miles per hour, with gusts to 55 miles per hour, through 8pm this evening.

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