A cut-off low is finally moving into Southern California, bringing with it some light and widely scattered showers.
The National Weather Service issued a flood advisory for Los Angeles and Ventura counties until 9 p.m.
A cutoff low-pressure system swept across the Southland overnight, drenching parts of the Southland overnight and pushing rainfall totals well beyond the norm for this time of year.
Widely scattered showers are forecast across the Southland Sunday as daylight saving time came to an end.
Increasing cloud cover rolled on into the Southland Friday along with showers and lightening activity across parts of the region.
Cloudy conditions and a 20 percent chance of rain have been added to Southern California’s forecast for Sunday.
About 300 runners participating in the Los Angeles Marathon were evaluated for hypothermia after passing the finish line Sunday.
While temperatures will dip below average today, it won’t be a bad Friday with a mix of sunshine and clouds.
A powerful winter storm dumped about a half-inch of rain on Los Angeles and forecasters say more wet, messy weather is expected.
A cold low-pressure system is expected to move into Southern California Sunday, bringing with it a chance of showers.
The main highway between Southern and Central
California was shut down Monday in both directions as blowing snow and ice from another winter storm.
Rain expected to move into Southern California Sunday could last through Wednesday of next week.
The rains and snows that socked California for a week have eased for now but another storm is on its way.
A National Guard armory in Sylmar is among the facilities extending their services through the winter to provide meals, showers and lodging to those in need.
A flood advisory has been lifted Saturday in Los Angeles County, after a fast-moving storm brought rain and fog to foothill areas, the National Weather Service reported.