Snowfall Expected to Continue Throughout the Day; Snow Levels Could Drop to 3000 Feet

The snow keeps coming down, as we have received several inches (as of 8am) since snowfall began again at roughly 4am. Snow is expected to continue through the day, with snow levels as low as 3000 feet. Today’s accumulation will be in addition to the roughly two feet of snow the Big Bear Valley has received since Sunday. For updated weather information, tune to KBHR at quarter past every hour for Ben Brissey’s local weather report on 93.3 FM. Update: As of noon, we have received nearly a foot of snow just today–and snowfall continues to be heavy.

The snow keeps coming down, as we have received several inches (as of 8am) since snowfall began again at roughly 4am. Snow is expected to continue through the day, with snow levels as low as 3000 feet. Today’s accumulation will be in addition to the roughly two feet of snow the Big Bear Valley has received since Sunday. For updated weather information, tune to KBHR at quarter past every hour for Ben Brissey’s local weather report on 93.3 FM. Update: As of noon, we have received nearly a foot of snow just today–and snowfall continues to be heavy.

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