A strong spring storm lashed Southern California with rain, fierce winds and some fresh powder in the mountains, giving new life to some ski resorts that had closed for the season.
Portions of the 5 Freeway that were shut down due to snow fall at the Grapevine Monday have since reopened, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Most of this week’s rough weather has already passed through Southern California, but a winter storm warning will remain in effect through noon Tuesday.
A single-vehicle rollover crash on Interstate 5 just north of Grapevine killed at least one person and snarled L.A.-bound traffic Sunday.
California’s bullet train will cost an estimated $98.5 billion to build over the next 22 years, a price nearly double any previous projection and one likely to trigger political sticker shock, according to a business plan scheduled to be unveiled Tuesday.
A magnitude 3.1 earthquake rattled northern Los Angeles County Sunday, according to automated earthquake detectors.
Winds of up to 50 miles per hour were predicted to rake across the Grapevine and Antelope Valley area starting Sunday night, the National Weather Service said.
An unseasonably cold storm is bringing scattered showers and snow to Los Angeles County.
A cold storm packed with rain and snow is expected to hit Southern California Thursday.
A storm that brought heavy rain, wind and snow Sunday prompted the closure of a long stretch of the Golden State (5) Freeway through the Grapevine, a California Highway Patrol Officer said.
Light rain and gusty winds are expected across the Southland Monday.
A winter storm pounding Los Angeles County has brought hail and rain to the region, as well as snow to the Cajon Pass along Interstate 15 and Interstate 5 through the Grapevine.
Gathering snow threatened the shutdown of Interstate 5 north of Los Angeles, and rain, hail, thunder and heavy runoff were felt through much of the region as a second, stronger wave of a winter storm passed over Southern California on Saturday.
The California Highway Patrol has reopened Interstate 5 in a mountain pass north of Los Angeles after a nearly 24-hour closure due to snow and ice that stranded many motorists.
We’ve had a good soaker this morning, but it looks like we are going to see the rain end by lunchtime.