LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The storm that battered Southern California dumped several inches of rain in many areas of Los Angeles -- and several feet of snow in the mountain areas.
Forecasters said snow showers would begin to taper off across the eastern San Gabriel Mountains by Sunday morning. After that the region will get a respite of about two days before a new storm system starts moving in.
According to the National Weather Service, here's how much rain and snow has fallen around the region during the storm as it moves out of the region Sunday morning:
Rainfall totals (inches)
Snowfall totals (inches):