RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Light rain and snow will saturate parts of the Inland Empire Friday, in one of a series of weak systems forecast to swipe the region, according to the National Weather Service.
The agency said precipitation amounts will generally be a tenth to three-tenths of an inch, with most of the rain and snow falling Friday morning.
"A dusting of snow could occur above 6,000 feet in the mountains,'' the NWS said. "Winds will be gusty in the mountains, desert slopes and deserts, with gusts topping out at 30 to 40 mph.''
Weather Service prognostication charts showed four troughs of low pressure stacked up between California and the Gulf of Alaska. However, most of the energy associated with the systems will be concentrated in Central and Northern California, leaving Riverside