What Happened To El Niño?The National Weather Service says El Niño is taking a break.
Weather-Related Power Outages, Trees Down Around The SouthlandSome of the outages are due to rain or wind causing downed power lines, authorities said.
Flash Flood Warning In Effect For Colby Burn Area As Winter Storm Moves InSouthern California was drenched Sunday as the latest winter storm brought downpours, heavy winds and mountain snow.
High Surf Expected Along Beaches Ahead Of Weekend Storm System Moving Into SoCalA warm and sunny Friday across the Southland is expected to bring high surf to local beaches ahead of a weekend of rain and potential extreme weather.
Wild Weather Continues In Southern California Amid El Niño StormsThe worst storm in a series of storms has come and gone without serious consequences for California, but the El Nino-driven weather was still causing problems around the state.
10 Mobile Homes Voluntarily Evacuated As Bad Weather Takes Toll In NewhallBad weather took its toll in the Newhall area where ten mobile homes were voluntarily evacuated.
Residents Brace For Third Rainstorm Of Season In Southern CaliforniaResidents across Southern California Wednesday braced for a third rainstorm of the season.
After Months Of El Nino Preparations, Southland Deluged By Heavy RainThe second of four El Nino storms expected this week brought sometimes-intense rainfall to the Southland today, flooding intersections in the San Fernando Valley and sending muddy water cascading down at least one Glendora street near the Colby Fire burn area.
Drivers Navigate Flooded Streets In Sepulveda BasinThe second of four El Nino storms expected this week brought sometimes-intense rainfall to the Southland Tuesday, flooding intersections in the San Fernando Valley and creating challenging road conditions.
Flooding Shuts Down Sepulveda Basin; Mud Flows Reported In GlendoraResidents in Los Angeles and across Southern California were urged to stay prepared as the Southland was hit with heavy rains Tuesday.
El Niño Storms Slam Drought-Parched CaliforniaBetween 2 and 3.5 inches of rain is predicted to fall across the coastal and valley areas of Southern California through Friday, with up to 5 inches falling in the mountains.
Southern California Residents Brace For A Series Of Storms This WeekForecasters say a second, stronger storm is expected to arrive Monday night and Tuesday morning could produce heavy rain and strong winds.