Southern Californians going to Big Bear will see fresh powder on the slopes.
Roger Pierce with the National Weather Service says some mountain areas got anywhere from one to four inches of snow.
"And we are getting some light snow reported in the higher elevations up around Big Bear and through the San Bernardino mountains and over in the San Gorgonios as well, " Pierce told KPCC.
Pierce said the snowfall around Big Bear was around an inch or less.
Resorts have been making man-made snow to groom the slopes, but even a small amount of the real stuff was welcome.
"Yeah we got hit with snow last night which was great, so we got a lot of snow going on right now. The ski resorts are open and both inner tube parks are open. It's a great time to be in Big Bear, " said Dan McKernan with Big Bear Visitors Bureau.
Overnight temperatures are expected to be cold, and the weather service is expecting below-freezing conditions in parts of the Inland Empire, where it could drop to 28 degrees overnight.