The manhunt for a former cop suspected of killing three people continued in the snowy San Bernardino mountains in Southern California Saturday, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The trail has gone cold since Dorner's Nissan Titan pickup was found Thursday morning engulfed in flames on a U.S. Forest Service dirt road between the Bear Mountain and Snow Summit ski resorts.
But Saturday could offer the clearest weather in days, and perhaps the best chance to find the alleged killer.
The mountain air was a crisp 19 degrees Saturday morning, with a thick blanket of snow covering the landscape. The National Weather Service said temperatures will climb to 31 degrees with little to no wind, mostly clear skies and no snow, preserving any tracks left overnight. A Pacific storm is expected to have fully cleared by Sunday.