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rainfall totals Rainfall for the 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. Wednesday.Cucamonga Canyon: 2.32Ontario Airport: .44Lytle Creek Canyon: .67Glen Helen Regional Park: .28Cal State San Bernardino: 1.89Yucaipa Regional Park: .55Running Springs Fire Station:...

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rainfall totals Rainfall for the 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. Wednesday.Cucamonga Canyon: 2.32Ontario Airport: .44Lytle Creek Canyon: .67Glen Helen Regional Park: .28Cal State San Bernardino: 1.89Yucaipa Regional Park: .55Running Springs Fire Station:...

One more soaking for Southern California before sunshine returns

rainfall totals

Rainfall for the 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Cucamonga Canyon: 2.32

Ontario Airport: .44

Lytle Creek Canyon: .67

Glen Helen Regional Park: .28

Cal State San Bernardino: 1.89

Yucaipa Regional Park: .55

Running Springs Fire Station: 2.14

Source: National Weather Service

Rainfall for the 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Cucamonga Canyon: 2.32

Ontario Airport: .44

Lytle Creek Canyon: .67

Glen Helen Regional Park: .28

Cal State San Bernardino: 1.89

Yucaipa Regional Park: .55

Running Springs Fire Station: 2.14

Source: National Weather Service

Southern Californians haven’t yet seen the last rain cloud, but we’re on the homestretch.

A cold storm — the third and final storm of the week — will arrive this morning, soaking the coasts and valleys yet again and dropping heavy snow in the mountains.

The mountains of Riverside and San Bernardino counties will be under a winter storm warning. Snow, dense fog and gusty winds could make travel dangerous, forecasters said. Chain requirements are likely, and anyone heading to the mountains was advised to bring extra food, water and a flashlight.

Along the 5 Freeway at the Grapevine, heading north out of Los Angeles County, the snow level could fall low enough by tonight and Friday morning to cause delays or closures, the National Weather Service warned.

In Wednesday’s storm, 3 inches of rain had fallen in Devore as of 6 p.m., and the southern slopes of the San Gabriel Mountains had close to or over 2 inches, according to the weather service. The San Bernardino Mountains got more than 1 inch. Most coastal and valley areas ranged between one-tenth and one-half of an inch.

“It’s amazing how much rain California’s gotten,” said weather service meteorologist Mark Moede. “It’s been beneficial in some areas and there’s obviously been some flooding up north.”

By the time this third storm has dried up Friday, another 0.4 to 0.8 inch of rain is expected in coastal and valley areas, and up to 2 inches could fall in the mountains below the snowline, forecasters predicted.

Above 6,000 feet, 5 to 10 inches of snow could fall, and up to 15 inches is possible above 8,000 feet. The heaviest snowfall is expected between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. today, according to the weather service’s winter storm warning.

Today should be the coldest day of the week, with highs in the 50s for most of Southern California outside of the mountains. Lows tonight could dip into the 30s in the Inland area, but L.A. County will be more moderate, mostly in the 40s.

This week’s consistent precipitation is the result of an “atmospheric river” directed at Northern California. As a high-pressure ridge weakens, some of the rain escapes the atmospheric river’s path and lands in Southern California.

Today’s storm represents the tail end of that phenomenon, Moede said, but a few isolated showers could still slip in Friday.

Southern Californians will be rewarded for their patience with the gloomy weather with some seasonable temperatures and sunshine over the long Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, he said.

Highs for both Los Angeles and the Inland area should return to the 60s by Saturday and stay there through Tuesday, according to the weather service.

Be sure to soak up that sunshine, because Moede said the reprieve from rainfall won’t last. Early weather models show yet another storm system heading for Southern California toward the end of next week.

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