Weather: Winter wonderland on Crossman Peak

Torrential rain fell over Lake Havasu City on Monday, marking the city’s second measurable rainfall of the year – and the city’s first sight of snow since December 2019. According to National Weather Service meteorologist Andy Gorelow, some areas of Havasu received 0.55 inches of rainfall throughout Monday, while other areas received as much as 0.4 inches. Beneath gloomy skies, however, Havasu’s eastern mountain ranges stood white with recent snow. “A very cold, low-pressure system moved through the region Monday morning, creating snowcaps at elevations of 2,500 feet or even lower,” Gorelow said. Showers were expected to continue throughout Monday evening, with mostly-cloudy skies expected through Wednesday. The National Weather Service predicted a 30% chance of additional rainfall Thursday evening, with nighttime low temperatures descending as low as 42 degrees by Friday night.

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