Firefighters rescued a female driver Thursday morning after her car went down a steep embankment in Brentwood.
Three homeless people were uninjured Thursday after their campsite along the Los Angeles River near Cypress park was almost submerged in water.
Scattered showers throughout the day today…anywhere from .10″ to .25″ total. Another chance for a shower tomorrow morning. Next chance for a shower, although it’s a slight chance…on Sunday and Monday.
Cooler weather and more clouds in the forecast over the next several days. There is a chance for rain tomorrow…and that possibility of precipitation continues into the weekend.
Now that the rain and snow are winding down, get ready a “big chill” to move into Southern California.
A cold storm will bring windy and wet weather to the Southland Thursday.
Rain is expected to move into the Southland as early as Sunday.
We’ve got another cold start on this Friday morning. While the wind advisories have expired we are still looking at 40s and 30s for our inland cities.
The National Weather Service says high surf is expected along some coastlines north of Los Angeles this weekend.
The rain Monday morning will taper off. As we make our way through the mid-morning, the cold front pushes west, and the moisture will move along with it.
Thousands of residents were without power Tuesday night as gusty winds raked the Southland.
Showers will end this morning…and we will clear out. Today will be on the cool side…but warmer tomorrow. Wind Warnings for Mountain areas from this afternoon through tomorrow…and snow for San Bernardino and Riverside County Mountains.
Mostly cloudy skies…drizzle is possible today. Some more showers in the forecast Tuesday and then clearing for the rest of the week.
Widely scattered showers in the forecast today…any snow on the ground over the Grapevine should melt pretty quickly. Temperatures will be cool.
A storm system is heading down the California Coast…and will bring some rain to the area by later this evening and into Thursday morning.