Less than a week ago, it was snowing throughout much of Southern California. On Tuesday, people needed sunblock.
Griffith Observatory hosted a free public viewing of a rare, late-afternoon partial eclipse of the sun on Thursday.
Officials remind the public to never look directly into the sun even during an eclipse.
Police said they were called to a parking lot located at the Brea Mall around 4:45 p.m.
Keep kids entertained this summer while keeping them safe from the sun’s harmful rays.
“Since he looked comfortable sunning himself we decided not to disturb him any further. We let him stay on board and ride back to the station with us,” deputy Nancarrow said.
The National Weather Service said ultraviolet index level in the Los Angeles area will reach an extreme level Sunday.
Finding the chicest and most efficient ways to shield eyes from UV rays can be a fashion quest. Los Angeles’ shades shops will protect your baby blues from the summer sun.
With eye wear from the cute pair of stunner shades to performance sunglasses for athletic outdoor wear, one can’t dare to fight the summer glare without the perfect pair.
It’s a spectacle that won’t repeat for another century — the sight of Venus slowly inching across the face of the sun.
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.
Warning to the fair-skinned among you Sunday.
The sun unleashed a powerful solar flare early Tuesday, the largest in nearly five years.
Dr. Tony Nakhla visited the KCAL 9 studio Tuesday to talk about The Skin Commandments.
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