Flash Flood Watch
A storm out of the Pacific Northwest threatens heavy rainfall, flash flooding, rivers of mud and debris in areas denuded by wildfire, high surf, perilous rip currents and winds gusting at as much as 70 miles per hour.
The National Weather Service is warning Southern Californians to watch out for flash floods and strong surf because of a Pacific hurricane that is churning north up the Mexican coast.
A flash flood warning has been issued Saturday afternoon for the Los Angeles County burn areas of Colby, Madre, Madison, and Williams.
Several communities in the Inland Empire and the high desert braced for more flash flooding Saturday after days of heavy rainfall.
Cleanup efforts were under way in some communities in the Inland Empire and the High Desert on Saturday, a day after fierce thunderstorms flooded streets and stranded drivers.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected in Riverside County Tuesday, prompting a flash flood watch for the mountains.
Rich Fields’ look at LA’s Weather…
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for the mountains and Antelope Valley.