The work week will close out on a cooler and cloudy note.
A cold late-season storm continued to bring rain and snow to the Southland Friday.
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The late season storm is upon us, and it looks like this will be a nice hit for this late in the season.
An unseasonably cold storm expected to generate strong winds is headed for Southern California Wednesday, with rain expected beginning Thursday afternoon and possibly lasting until Friday night.
Residents woke up Friday to a rare spring snow storm that dusted areas across San Bernardino County.
Southern California was preparing for a winter-like storm Thursday.
It will be a relatively cool day Wednesday with temperatures running a good 5 to 8 degrees below average.
Good Morning! Look for temps to drop a few degrees today.
The National Weather Service in Oxnard issued a flash-flood warning Thursday for the Antelope Valley area as heavy rainfall is expected until around 5:45 p.m.
Firefighters across the Southland remained on alert Thursday as dangerous fire conditions develop.
Southern California residents were experiencing more of the record-breaking heat they endured Thursday.
While more hot weather is headed our way by Wednesday, temperatures today will hover in the low to mid-70s.
Temperatures will top out in the upper 70s to low 80s Tuesday. The on-shore flow will return so look for more clouds.
A slow-moving ridge of high pressure has ushered in summer-like temperatures to Southern California, sending droves of people to the Pacific coast for a dip and prompting Los Angeles Marathon organizers to schedule an early start.