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Cold Front in L.A., but Snow in the Mountains!!

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Yes, snow. Yay! About eight inches fell over the weekend on Mammoth Mountain, signaling the possible start of ski season (they hope to officially open in November). A little more locally, the colder weather has enabled two ski resorts in the San Bernardino Mountains to make snow. "Mountain High Resort, in Wrightwood, has made snow the past two nights and may open a beginner-level trail Wednesday," reported the Press-Enterprise. Snow Valley Mountain Resort in Running Springs has made snow, but no plans to open have been announced yet.