The San Gabriel Mountains, including Mt. Baldy, are topped with snow following six days of rain in the valleys and snow in the higher elevations.

Chino Valley residents finally got a glimpse of the snow-capped San Gabriel Mountains Wednesday morning after clouds dissipated, following six straight days of rain that brought this year’s rain total to 8.62 inches since Jan. 1. 

In 2018, the Chino Valley received a total of 9.12 inches of rain for the entire year.

Since Sept. 1, which marks the start of the rainy season, Chino Valley has received 13.36 inches of rain, according to chinohillsweather.com.

A 10-day forecast by the National Weather Service shows a slight chance of rain Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, 40 percent chance on Wednesday, a 50 percent chance Thursday and Friday and a 40 percent chance both days next weekend.

There’s a 20 percent chance of rain on Monday, Feb. 18, a 40 percent chance on Tuesday, Feb. 19 and a 20 percent chance on Wednesday, Feb. 20, according to the National Weather Service.

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