Experts: El Nino Far From Over In The SouthlandMeteorologist Kurt Kaplan from the National Weather Service says that "We can see storm tracks all the way through April."
Temperatures Plummet In Antelope Valley As Cold Snap Hits SouthlandAntelope Valley residents were all bundled up as temperatures reached the low teens on Saturday night.
High Tides Produce Flooding Around Coast, NWS Predicts Minor Tidal Conditions FridaySeal Beach residents woke up on Thanksgiving to find parking lots and alleys underwater, while the calm Pacific Ocean lapped below pricey beachfront houses in Malibu, as the normal highest tides of the lunar cycle were even higher than normal.
Ski Resorts & Big Bear Locals Embrace Snowfall In Anticipation For Big WinterThe colder weather has been a big hit in the local mountains so far.
Southern California Saw Hottest October On RecordMost of Southern California experienced the hottest October ever, with temperatures in some areas breaking records by several degrees.
NASA's JPL Says El Nino Will Likely Double Southern California Rainfall For WinterA leading scientist revealed strong evidence that California may receive twice its regular rainfall this winter, which has prompted many residents living in the foothills to begin preparations.
Southland Thunderstorms Leave Behind Muddy MessA section of Southern California found itself waist-deep in mud as the weekend arrived, and a highway overtaken by flowing debris looked like a buried junkyard of hundreds of cars that would likely take days to dig up.
Locals Prepare Their Homes In Advance For Approaching El Nino SeasonMany people across the Southland are preparing their homes in advance of the approaching El Nino season.
Serious Damage Reported To 91 Freeway After StormA crack about 50 yards long in the 91 freeway is being blamed to the large amounts of rainfall that came down late Monday night and early Tuesday morning.
Victorville Residents Mopping Up After Flash Floods, More Thunderstorms On The WayWild weather in Victorville Tuesday night caused flash flooding and power outages.
Triple-Digit Heat To Press In On Southland By Week's EndThe National Weather Service says upper-level high pressure over New Mexico will begin to move westward on Wednesday and temperatures will jump above normal everywhere except at the beaches.
Hot And Muggy Weather AheadSouthern California may see more high humidity and thunderstorms before July is over.