Inland Empire residents had a rare dose of rain, hail and winds Thursday that left communities such as Redlands in bad shape.
Drivers were taking cover Thursday amid reports of flooding on the southbound Antelope Valley (14) Freeway, authorities said.
Southern California may see more high humidity and thunderstorms before July is over.
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.
Severe thunderstorms, rolling through the Inland Empire, have caused a torrential downpour, leading to flash floods following another wild weather day in Southern California.
The community shares a growing frustration that the city still has no permanent plan to protect their homes from the large hill behind them, which was the burn area of the 2013 Springs fire.
National Weather Service meteorologist David Sweet says the region is expected to again receive scattered showers Sunday as remnants of a tropical storm off Baja California brings warm muggy conditions northward.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is looking into whether or not severe weather is directly related to scattered outages across the county.
The National Weather Service issued flash flood warnings in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties on Saturday.
The Alaska Airlines flight landed around 1:40 p.m.
The marine layer was just a few hundred feet deeper Wednesday morning, which allowed for coverage in the valley communities.
The low clouds are starting to build in again on Tuesday. Temperatures will drop a couple of degrees from Monday’s highs.
Good Morning! Expect to see mostly sunny skies with some patchy early clouds on Monday.
It looks like things are changing up for the holiday weekend.
It’s going to be another muggy and uncomfortable day for Southern California on Wednesday.