Flash flood and severe thunderstorm warnings have been issued for several Inland Empire communities and Orange County Tuesday.
Monday afternoon with some heating in the deserts and mountain communities there is a chance for a thunderstorm.
Witnesses to the Sunday afternoon lightning strike that killed a man, and injured at least nine people on the boardwalk at Venice Beach, said the clap of thunder that came along with it sounded like “a bomb going off” or an airplane crash.
While Monday’s thunderstorm threats made for a pleasant drop in temperatures for many Southland residents, those working outside found less of a break.
There’s a surge of monsoonal moisture streaming through Southern California, and it is translating into mostly cloudy skies and a chance for showers and thunderstorms.
At least one Southern California neighborhood was ankle-deep in water and parts of Pasadena were stunned by midsummer showers as a series of thunderstorm cells pass over the region.
A strong spring storm lashed Southern California with rain, fierce winds and some fresh powder in the mountains, giving new life to some ski resorts that had closed for the season.
Rich Fields’ look at LA’s Weather…
A thunderstorm moving up the coast through Orange County Saturday dropped pea-sized hail on several cities southeast of Los Angeles.
An unseasonably cold system is dropping down the coast toward Southern California.
STUDIO CITY (CBS) — It’s going to be a busy evening, as the storm is still on track for tonight. A Winter Storm Warning will be in effect for areas above 5,000 feet, where we could […]