Snow Turns Parts of San Diego County White

Just in time for the new year, a new layer of snow covers the ground in San Diego's mountains and in some foothill spots, including Julian, Ramona, Fallbrook, Murrieta, Temecula and even Escondido.

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Murrieta saw more than 2 inches of snow.
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Jacumba got a nice dusting of snow.
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Temecula saw some rare snow.
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Temecula saw some rare snow.
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Temecula saw some rare snow.
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Temecula saw some rare snow.
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Julian was transformed into a winter wonderland.
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A winter storm has blanketed San Diego's mountains with a beautiful layer of snow. One person was about to cobble together enough to make a snowball in Julian.
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This 64-year-old woman saw snow for the first time. The white stuff is expected to fall at an elevation of 2,000 feet, though some may sneak in as low as 1,500 feet.
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Candice Nguyen
Between 6 and 12 inches is expected in the mountains between Tuesday and Wednesday.
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Kids from San Diego County bundled up to enjoy the wintery weather. The snowball was worth having no gloves.
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This is a look at the Mount Laguna observatory covered in snow on Dec. 30, 2014.
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The Sky Oaks field station near Palomar Mountain saw quite the dusting as well on Dec. 30, 2014.
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Julian was transformed into a winter wonderland.
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Julian was transformed into a winter wonderland.
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Murrieta saw more than 2 inches of snow.
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Murrieta saw more than 2 inches of snow.
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Three inches of snow fell in Temecula.
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Three inches of snow fell in Temecula.
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Snow illuminates this Murrieta street around 3 a.m. Wednesday.
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Snow blanketed this street in Campo.
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Viewer Bianca Ward's daughter got up at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday to build this cowboy snowman in Murrieta.
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Deep snow near Palomar
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Temeku Hills Golf Course in Temecula looked more like a ski resort Wednesday morning.
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Temeku Hills Golf Course in Temecula looked more like a ski resort Wednesday morning.
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Picturesque landscape in Hidden Meadows near Escondido
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Indian Head in Borrego Springs
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View from La Casa del Zorro Resort and Spa in Borrego Springs
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Snow falling on the Meadow Lake Golf Course in Hidden Meadows
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Snow-covered palm trees in Hidden Meadows
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Tiny Temecula snowman
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This Temecula snowman is a Padres fan!
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View of Palomar Mountain from Valley Center
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Snow-covered pine trees in Pine Valley
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Planted dusted with snow in Rainbow
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A cat explores the snow in Ranchita.
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Snow dog in Ranchita
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The snow in Escondido didn't keep this young man from wearing shorts.
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Snow Day
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Winter Wonderland
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Viewers Jason and Annie Graff made this display to commemorate the occasion.
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Another view of the snowfall in Hidden Meadows
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Snow covered the grape views at South Coast Winery in Temecula
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Snow-covered citrus tree
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Snow-filled parking lot in Temecula
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Temecula
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Wet snow weighed down trees in Wildomar.
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Snow-covered rooftops in Wildomar
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Liamson, a 2-year-old thoroughbred horse, enjoyed the falling snow Wednesday morning in Temecula.
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Thousands traveled to Julian on Wednesday to play in the snow, many for the first time.
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