"This storm is due to impact our area later this afternoon. It's possible we might receive some snow overnight. Let's hope and see," read a message on the Mt. Baldy resort's website Saturday night . The resort was scheduled to be open today.
Most other resorts, including Bear Mountain and Snow Summit in Big Bear Lake and Mountain High in Wrightwood did not report any new snow but did say on their websites they each had a base of at least one foot of hard-packed snow. The Snow Valley ski resort in Running Springs remained closed.
Today's expected sunny and clear weather will mean the roads leading to the mountain resorts are also expected to be clear today with the possibility of heavy fog this morning in the Cajon Pass.
California Highway Patrol officials still remind anyone making the drive to the mountain resorts to always be prepared and pack extra water and snacks for the trip. They also advise motorists to check resort websites for current road and weather conditions before they hit the road.
The latest weather system brought wet weather to most areas of San Bernardino County with Ontario recording a little less than half an inch of rain on Saturday and trace amounts in portions of the High Desert and San Bernardino, according to AccuWeather.com.
Temperatures dipped into the high 20s in Big Bear Lake while the Wrightwood and the Mt. Baldy areas recorded slightly warmer temperatures reaching into the mid 30s.
Forecasters do not expect any rain today or for the remainder of the week. They predict a warm-up with temperatures in the San Bernardino-Ontario-Riverside area reaching into the low 80s by next weekend.
The High Desert will remain cooler though with temperatures staying in the high 60s to mid 70s for most of next week.