Forecasters are warning the Southland could be hit by what could be the strongest El Niño season on record later this year.
Soaring temperatures with a chance for storms will continue Thursday here in Southern California.
Heavy downpour pummeled the High Desert and Antelope Valley, while Venice and Newport beaches experienced dangerous rip currents and scorching heat as wild weather struck Southern California.
While the predicted El Niño system, expected to arrive this Winter, may bring with it plenty of much-needed rain, some experts believe it may do more harm to the drought-ridden region than good.
Dozens of Huntington Beach residents are trying to figure out their next move after this weekend’s storm caused some of their ceilings, which were under repair, to collapse.
The Imam is holding an interfaith prayer for rain at Baitul Hamed mosque in Chino on Saturday because it’s the one thing everyone can agree on, we need rain.
Scientists say a ripple effect is making California’s drought even worse, as the state’s annual “June Gloom” cloud cover has been disappearing over recent years.
Southern California may still be a little soggy, but officials said Friday it will take far more rain and conservation to end the state’s four-year drought.
It was a soggy ceremony for thousands of graduates at the University of Southern California.
A cold late-season storm continued to bring rain and snow to the Southland Friday.
Round two of the system appears to be dropping south limiting rainfall totals Friday.
Despite Ongoing Showers, USC Says Don’t Expect To Have Umbrellas, Tents At Friday’s Graduation Ceremonies
Thousands of students at USC are gearing up for Friday morning graduation ceremonies. But it’s looking like it might be a soggy situation. Despite the expected downpour, the school says they won’t allow umbrellas and there won’t be tents over the outdoor ceremonies.
A storm rolled into Southern California on Thursday, bringing spates of heavy rain, lightning, and thunder to the region by evening, and snow to the mountains.
A trough digging into Southern California will bring two waves of energy through the LA area.
Wilin Rosario was ready to show off his improved form at first base. He may have to wait a couple more days for the chance — snow, yes, snow is in the forecast.