Mandatory evacuations remained in place Friday for several streets in Monrovia where the downpour has turned into sporadic flash flooding.
The few residents who braved the night in an evacuated Azusa neighborhood saw a strange sight Friday morning – smoke rising from the rain-soaked hills.
The rain and high tides could cause problems along the Orange County coastline.
Authorities say a man was killed Friday in a single-vehicle collision on a rain-slicked street in Palmdale.
Heavy rain Friday prompted the cancellations of several flights at Los Angeles International Airport.
The numbers included about 18,000 SCE customers and another 9,800 from LADWP.
The storm has arrived, and it’s living up to its promise. The first wave of heavy rain has passed, now it’s just a steady stream of moisture moving into the area.
Monrovia residents are preparing for possible mudslides that could be caused by the storm system headed to the Southland.
Many of the streets were lined with debris-blocking K-rails.
Southland beachside communities are preparing for possible flooding due to a powerful storm system.
From indoor skydiving to cooking classes and dance lessons, some of the Southland’s best activities are completely weather-proof.
So this first wave moved in just as we forecasted. Don’t be fooled when the sun comes out for a bit Thursday, storm 2 is still on track. This second storm will have quite a punch, especially Friday morning.
The rainy weather expected in Southern California has halted Opening Day for the North Valley Youth Baseball League in Granada Hills.
The two storms are still are on track for Wednesday afternoon, there are just some minor changes in timing and totals.
The Southland is preparing for the first of two winter storms expected to roll through the area beginning Wednesday night.