Heavy snow in the mountains that began on 2/20 and ended on 2/25 brings snow depths approaching the greatest depths on record. Strong storm winds caused outages of telephone service, power, and gas. Five to 15 inches of rain hit the lowlands from this day to 2/25. Heavy rain starting on 2/16 ended on 2/26. Up to 30 inches of precipitation fell on the south slopes of Mt. San Gorgonio, 13 inches was recorded northwest of Mt. San Jacinto, around ten inches at Banning, less than one inch in eastern Coachella Valley. The death and destruction continued from the previous month. 21 died from flooding and mud slides all over California. An entire family was killed in Mt. Baldy Village when a mud slide hit their home. Extensive damage hit crops, farmland and livestock. Creeks around Yucaipa all left their banks and substantial flooding occurred to residences and businesses. In the upper desert farmlands became lakes and more than 100 homes along the Mojave River were damaged. Roads and bridges recently repaired from previous month’s damage either washed out or were destroyed again.