While temperatures will drop a few degrees Wednesday, they will still remain well above average.
With last summer’s brush fires fresh in memory, residents in the Inland Empire are worried about a repeat in 2014, due to rising Spring temperatures.
Temperatures are running 10 to 15 degrees above average for this time of year.
The next round of rain will be Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. The center of the low pressure system will bring a chance of brief heavy downpours and a thunderstorm.
A cold front pushed through the area overnight and early Wednesday morning. There were some very light showers, but mostly in the ballpark of a trace of rain to a few hundredths of an inch.
The weather will to stay cool and cloudy for Southern California as we head into this first weekend of spring. Temps will be running 4 to 6 degrees below average for this time of year.
It’s shaping up to be a mild hump day. Temperatures should be slightly warmer than Tuesday and well above seasonal averages.
Temperatures Tuesday will be similar to Monday but maybe a touch warmer with the off-shore flow.
A ridge of high pressure will start building into the region Monday giving us partly to mostly cloudy skies with temperatures into the upper 60s.
Aside from a few lingering showers … things are settling down this evening. A ridge of high pressure is going to start building into the region tomorrow.
A large power outage took place early Saturday, affecting over 21,000 customers, after thunderstorms caused lightning strikes in Riverside.
Firefighters called off a search along the Los Angeles River after a 40-minute effort, following reports that a victim had fallen off a bridge.
Emergency sandbag materials are reportedly being provided to Los Angeles residents throughout the city by the city Fire Department Saturday.
A 40-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving after his car collided with another car, that had spun-out, on a rain-slicked freeway near Dodger Stadium, killing the spun-out driver.
Wind-whipped, turbulent waves represented conditions all along the south-facing stretches of Zuma and Surfrider beaches, according to lifeguards.