Forecasters are warning the Southland could be hit by what could be the strongest El Niño season on record later this year.
Heavy downpour pummeled the High Desert and Antelope Valley, while Venice and Newport beaches experienced dangerous rip currents and scorching heat as wild weather struck Southern California.
While the predicted El Niño system, expected to arrive this Winter, may bring with it plenty of much-needed rain, some experts believe it may do more harm to the drought-ridden region than good.
Recent storms here in Southern California have provided much needed rain for the area, but it still may be a long way to go before drought conditions are lifted.
Homeowners in Azusa are turning to the government to help prevent future storm disasters.
Utility crews Monday worked to restore service to about 4,000 customers in various parts of Los Angeles and Orange counties whose power was interrupted because of the weekend storm.
Heavy rains and flooding in and around Los Angeles International Airport Sunday were responsible for major delays for motorists trying to get in or out of the airport.
It seems that tornadoes have been popping up everywhere this season, from Northern California all the way to New England. This rash of twisters has lots of people, including Eric from Camarillo, asking, “why so many?”
California Highway Patrol officials say three twisters hit a sparsely populated area of dairy land south of Chico, startling residents but causing only minor damage.
The Red Cross wasted no time in coming to the aid of thousands of Americans devastated Wednesday by a series of killer storms and deadly tornadoes that wrecked havoc, destroyed homes, buildings and left inestimable damage in their wake.
The body of a man was found face-down in the Santa Clara River bottom Tuesday. in the Canyon Country area of Santa Clarita.
City pothole repair crews will be hitting the streets of the San Fernando Valley Sunday, wrapping up a weekend blitz aimed at repairing as many as 15,000 pocks in the storm-ravaged pavement.
Water officials say recent storms have given California the best early-season water supply outlook in five years.
The first significant rain storm of the season has left about 32,000 Los Angeles utility customers without electricity.
More showers and thunderstorms, along with lightning and brief heavy downpours, are possible in warm and humid Southern California before cooler and more stable air moves in by Sunday, forecasters said.