In the Grapevine, there were reports of snow, but not enough to stick to the ground.
Both the Cajon Pass and the Grapevine were open Monday, with no escorts needed.
In the local mountains, the early-spring storm dumped fresh snow for skiers and snowboarders to enjoy.
Mountain High resort in Wrightwood -- which sits at about 7,000 feet -- got 12-14 of new snow.
Big Bear received about six inches of snow.
The Rim of the World Unified School District has closed all schools for Monday due to the snowy conditions and hazardous roadways.
The Bear Valley Unified School District will be open, according to a phone recording.
The winter weather was expected to taper off by late Monday morning.
There were still some scattered showers through Orange County, the Inland Empire and San Diego County early Monday.
Temperatures will remain chilly on Monday, with a high of 62 in downtown L.A. and 64 in the Inland Empire.
The weather will warm up a bit as the week continues, with highs in the low 70s by Friday.
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