Big Bear Reports First Snowfall

That white flaky stuff our friends back east tell us about has finally reached Southern California.

By Olsen Ebright
|  Friday, Nov 13, 2009  |  Updated 11:15 AM PDT
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Snow!!!!

Big Bear Mountain Resorts

Big Bear gets it first light snow.

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As the rest of the country is starting to bundle up for the dark, cold, snowy, sleet-filled winter, Southern Californians are still sporting shorts and flip-flops.

Well, not all Southern Californians.

Out in San Bernardino, snow has already arrived. Seriously.

According to Big Bear Mountain Resorts:

It's only November and already Big Bear has received a half-inch of snow. It began snowing around 3 a.m. and is expected to clear out by mid-morning. Forecasts are calling for cooler days ahead and even colder nights, which possibly gives us a snowmaking window over the next couple of nights. As snowmaking progresses more lifts and runs will be available at Bear Mountain. Come  preview winter fun on Central Park with a dozen features.

Don't believe them? Check out their live webcams and see for youself.
 

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