Snow, Rain In California, But Fire Areas Are DrySnow fell Saturday in the Sierra Nevada and rain hit the far north as a storm swept through California. But the fire-ravaged wine country remained dry despite fears of mudslides.
Early Season Storm Enters Northern CaliforniaThis weekend, up to 2 feet of snow are forecast to fall in elevations above 8,000 feet, and at least a foot of snow is expected in Donner and Tioga passes and other areas above 6,000 feet and up, forecasters said.
Duarte Woman Beyond Concerned For Her Mother In Storm-Ravaged Puerto Rico"All I can do it pray," Jeanette Santana said.
Fearsome Hurricane Harvey Slams Into Texas Gulf CoastThe National Hurricane Center said the eye of the Category 4 hurricane made landfall about 10 p.m.
Irvine Girl Remains In Induced Coma After Being Crushed By TreeTeresa Johnston suffered skull fractures, bleeding in her brain and other serious injuries.
Light Rain Dampens Southern CaliforniaNo advisories, watches or warnings have been issued.
Duarte Lifts Mandatory Evacuations Saturday As Crew Clean Up Mud, DebrisHowever, checkpoints are in place and only residents will be allowed back into their neighborhoods.
5 Freeway In Sun Valley Reopens After Overnight ClosureThe freeway was covered with several feet of mud and water.
Thousands Still Without Power Throughout LAAs of Saturday afternoon, more than 69,000 LADWP customers were without power.
Powerful Storm Pounds Southern California FridayThe NWS says the storm could be the strongest to hit the region in the past six years.
Evelyn Taft Outlines What's In Store From This StormRainfall amounts across the entire forecast area will be some of the highest the area has seen since March 2011 (6 years) or so.
Burbank Residents Prepare For Huge Storm To Move In"I think I'm ready," Jeanne Torok says.

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