A rain storm is headed in towards the Southland this weekend and weather forecasters predict that will leave a blanket of snow in the mountain areas.
Many parts of the U.S. have already broken records for snowfall and below zero temperatures while other parts have seen unseasonably warm temperatures.
The rare Pelagic red crabs, which have an anatomy similar to small lobsters and have large, black eyes, have washed up in the thousands in Orange County, creating a rather oceanic odor.
More rain is expected for the Southland Monday after a weekend storm that brought .70 inches.
Better clearing Wednesday morning with temperatures to run 3 to 5 degrees above average.
There is just a little patchy fog this morning. It should burn off sometime before 9 a.m. We will have some cooling today with a stronger on-shore flow.
More than a dozen flights at Los Angeles International Airport have been canceled because of snowstorms lashing the East Coast.
Temperatures will once again top out in the mid to upper 80s.
Expect even warmer weather Thursday with temperatures on average up 15 to 20 degrees above the seasonal norms.
As a nor’easter prepares to pummel the Northeast, environmentalists have turned to climate change to explain this season’s storms.
Southland residents were caught unawares Friday afternoon when the warm sun suddenly gave way to downpours and, in some areas, lightning.
Strong winds swept through the San Fernando Valley Friday night and Saturday, reaching gusts of up to 60 mph, National Weather Service.
More rain was expected to continue across the Southern California on Sunday.
There’s a few very light and very scattered showers streaming through the area Friday morning.
Less than a week ago, it was snowing throughout much of Southern California. On Tuesday, people needed sunblock.