The first storm of the season brought snow to lower elevations, damaging high winds and wet, slick roads that led to accidents.
Areas like Shaver Lake got a few inches on Monday and up at China Peak, they're hoping to get an early jump on the ski season.
The storm did cause some damage in the North Valley, where high winds toppled trees, and the wet roads played a role in several mishaps around the Valley.
In one accident, the California Highway Patrol says a driver was going too fast for the conditions on the Highway 168 on-ramp from Shaw Avenue and lost control, sending the vehicle over the embankment.
The driver was transported to the hospital for minor injures.