High wind was blowing across the region Sunday, bringing some snow showers and colder temperatures.

A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect from 10 am Monday to noon Tuesday, calling for 2-5 inches of snow in the region.

The fall and winter of 2011 likely has likely set a record for no measurable snow in Sunny Cal and the regional counties.

Most old-timers recall fall and winter with early snows, generally starting in October, and by Thanksgiving accumulating for the winter months and not to disappear until spring.

In recent years it has been a mixed bag, with a few major snow storms striking before Christmas, but sometimes the temperatures on Christmas Day have been in the 70s.

While there has been snowfall in the higher elevations of the Mountain State, ski resorts are troubled about the small amount of the white stuff.

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