Storm Bringing Rain, Snow Will Arrive In Southern California Before SantaIs that Santa or a storm headed for Southern California? Both – wet weather, and possibly snow, is on the way to the region just in time for Christmas.
2 Storms On The Way To Southern California Could Make It A Soggy ChristmasForecasters say Southern California could get the gift of rain and snow this week with not just one, but two storms on the way.
State Route 38 To Big Bear Reopens Following Temporary Closure Due To Heavy SnowState Route 38 was shut down Tuesday from Bryant to Lake Williams, cutting off access until further notice to and from Big Bear, according to Caltrans.
Heavy Rain Floods San Fernando Valley StreetsSeveral areas of Los Angeles were inundated with rain, including Woodland Hills, which got more than 4 ½ inches of rain as of 11 a.m. Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Malibu Prepares For Heavy Rain On Wildfire-Scorched Hillsides, Potential Storm SurgeWith a big rainmaker bearing down on Southern California, Malibu is bracing for both possible flooding and debris flows, and storm surge from the ocean.
Santa Barbara Residents In Alisal Burn Scar Ordered To Evacuate Ahead Of StormResidents in these areas had already been warned they may be ordered to evacuate due to the heavy rainfall expected from Tuesday’s storm. Those areas include neighborhoods west of Las Flores Canyon, east of Mariposa Reina, south of West Camino Cielo, and down to the ocean.
Timeline: When Will The Rain Arrive, And Where Will It Arrive First?The slow-moving storm brought light rain into the Santa Barbara area Monday morning, and forecasters anticipate showers into the greater Los Angeles area just in time for the evening commute.
LA County Public Works: Storm Could Bring Mudflows To Bobcat, Ranch, Lake Fire Burn AreasLos Angeles County Public Works has issued debris and mudflow forecasts ahead of the storm that is expected to reach Southern California by Monday night. As much as three inches of rain could fall on the coasts and valleys, while the mountains could get as much as five inches of rain.
Storm Could Bring Snow To The Grapevine, Cajon PassA storm headed for Southern California could bring snow to higher elevations, creating potentially dangerous driving conditions for the Grapevine.
Temperatures Forecast To Dip Into 30s, 40s Across LA, Orange Counties This WeekendTemperatures are expected to dip Friday in to the 30s ad 40s across a wide swath of Southern California this weekend, starting on Friday.
Cold Storm Headed For SoCal Thursday, May Be Followed By Heavy Rain MondayAnother fast-moving storm is headed for Southern California, bringing cooler conditions and more rain and possibly snow to lower elevations like the Grapevine.
Southern California Could See Light Rain Overnight, With Colder Storm Forecast Later This WeekA system that’s now making its way down the coast is expected to bring light rain, arriving first in Ventura County and making its way into the rest of Southern California through the morning commute.
Officials Urge Drivers To Slow Down, Use Headlights With Windshield Wipers As Rain Hits SoCalAny precipitation on the dry roadways and street drainage systems can bring oils up from the pavement and flood streets, making driving even more hazardous than usual.
Forecasters Expect Moderate To Heavy Rains Sunday and MondaySouthern California is expected to receive at most an inch and a half of rain this weekend.
Heavy Rain Headed For Drought-Parched, Wildfire-Scorched CaliforniaWidespread chances of rain appear to be shaping up for Sunday into Monday, particularly for San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara County. And in fact, NOAA forecasters are predicting “high probabilities of precipitation” for much of the northwest, California and Nevada.