The much-needed rain brought along with it a high-wind advisory for the mountain areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties. The advisory was expected to be in effect through mid-day Sunday.
The Cajon Pass became slick and windy, making driving tricky for travelers.
Lancaster saw winds cut down visibility with blowing dust all day Saturday.
A high-surf advisory was in effect, expected to last until Monday, for all west-facing beaches from San Francisco down to San Diego. Waves as high as 12 to 22 feet were predicted to hit some surf spots.