Heat Records Broken In Southern California As Hundreds Of Wildfires Burn Across The StateCamarillo’s previous record of 85 degrees set in 2007 was smashed by Wednesday’s high of 95 degrees, while Burbank hit 109 degrees, the highest temperature it has seen on that date since 1986, when the city reached 100.
Heat Wave Headed For Southern CaliforniaSaturday and Sunday will be the hottest of the next seven days. One of the hottest areas in L.A. County will be Antelope Valley, where temperatures from 100 to 107 degrees are forecast.
Coronavirus: Angelenos Urged To Resist Going To Neighboring County Beaches During Heat WaveHot, windy weather hitting Southern California Thursday is prompting warnings about heat-related illnesses, driving in the mountains and wind-prone areas, and not traveling into other counties to visit the beach.
Winter Storm Brings Waterfalls To Ojai, Several Inches Of Snow To SoCal MountainsA winter storm warning for the San Gabriel Mountains was extended to Friday morning.
Not The Usual April Showers: Winter Storm To Bring Heavy Rain, Snow Typical Of FebruaryRain is expected to be heaviest on Monday and Tuesday and could bring totals that Southern California might normally see for the entire month of April.
Storm Brings Possibility Of Thunder, Hail, Water Spouts To Southern CaliforniaThe slow-moving storm could bring heavy showers at times and authorities are bracing for the possibility of mud and debris flows near recent burn areas, rock falls on canyon roads, and freeway flooding.
Strong Wind Gusts Howling On SoCal FreewaysA high wind warning was extended to Monday afternoon for most of the mountains, valleys and coasts of Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Forecasters warned that mountain areas could get wind gusts of up to 65 mph.
Flooding Hits Freeways, Streets As Heavy Rain Continues To Soak Southern CaliforniaHeavy, steady rainfall overnight is causing flooding on freeways and streets all over Los Angeles and making for harrowing driving conditions.
Los Angeles To Get Rain, Possible Snow Showers For ChristmasThe dry weather that the region has been enjoying this week will give way to scattered rain starting Sunday, along with gusty winds, and showers continuing through Christmas Eve. Higher elevations could see snow showers.
Southern California Wakes Up To Cold, Blustery Santa Ana WindsHigh wind warnings and wind advisories are in effect throughout the region, as gusty weather brought down trees and power lines in Santa Clarita.
Heavy Rain Falls On Southern California, Thunderstorms PossibleA flash flood watch was in effect in recent burn areas in Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles County, where rain is expected to be heaviest during rush hour. There’s also a chance of thunderstorms throughout the day.