National Weather Service
Southern California may see more high humidity and thunderstorms before July is over.
The National Weather Service is reporting impressive rainfall totals in Southern California after a weekend of downpours fueled by remnants of former Hurricane Dolores off Baja California.
Lightning, rain and howling winds are causing problems Wednesday all over Southern California as a monsoonal storm moves into the region.
High surf and strong currents will continue along the Southern California coast Monday.
Red flag warnings were in effect across the Southland Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
With another warm day on tap Saturday, beaches across the Southland are expected to be busy, but there are concerns about potential dangerous conditions in the water.
With the heat wave over and cooler temperatures moving in, forecasters say there’s a chance of rain in the Southland Wednesday afternoon.
A heat wave gripping the Southland Friday could possibly produce record-breaking temperatures throughout the weekend.
Scattered rain and snowfall continued across the Southland Monday.
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory that includes heavy rain and now in the forecast on Saturday.
Stars planning to attend this Sunday’s Academy Awards might need a different sort of accessory for the red carpet – an umbrella.
Waves of up to 8 feet are expected to pound Los Angeles and Orange county shores Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
A freeze warning was in effect Friday morning as the Southland continues to experience frigid temperatures.
A cold dust devil blew through the fan fest area of the Rose Bowl on Wednesday afternoon, the National Weather Service reported.
There’s a “high risk” of dangerous rip currents in Southern California starting about 10 p.m. Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.