After another cold morning, our daytime highs today will once again be well below seasonal averages.
Forecast still on track for some of the coldest weather of the season for Southern California. A cold front will rip across the area for the next 24 hours.
Southern California’s Black Friday has become shades of gray, and dripping wet.
A winter storm warning in effect until Saturday has many Southland residents braving the cold temperatures, along with the rainy, windy and snowy conditions.
Southern California was getting an early taste of winter Friday, as the region saw more rain showers, snow and high winds.
The light showers started falling overnight. We can expect more of the same over the next 48 hours as this upper level low slowly drifts through the region.
A cold front brought gusty winds and rain to the Southland and snow to the mountains of Big Bear Monday.
Southern California may be forced to take conservation steps next year in the face of a potential water shortage, state water officials said Monday.
Residents were enjoying an early October snowfall Thursday as a storm system continues to move through the Southland.
Rain on tap this afternoon. Totals will generally be less than .10″ for the day. Winds will be quite gusty through this evening. It’s also going to be quite cool for this time of year.
Look for cooler weather today as temperatures will drop down a bunch from yesterday. We will wake up to morning low clouds as well. An early season storm moves in, so expect much cooler temperatures.
Flash flood watches were expected to be in effect until 11 p.m. Friday for Riverside and San Bernardino counties along with a flood watch for Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
Heavy rains and flash floods have been reported in northwestern Riverside County.
July 2013 has been the wettest July for the city of Los Angeles in 95 years, the National Weather Service said Friday.
The National Weather Service says a surge in monsoonal flow of moisture is bringing scattered light showers to much of Southern California.