Heavy, Steady Rain Continues To Soak Southern CaliforniaThe heaviest period of rainfall will be during the morning commute, but is expected to taper off into the evening.
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.
Pacific Storm To Bring Rain Showers, Possible Thunderstorms Across SouthlandBreak out your umbrellas and prepare for a soggy week across Southern California.
Temperatures Plummet As Strong Winds Continue To Wreak Havoc On SoCalSouthern Californians don’t typically have to deal with wind chill, but they did Monday night into Tuesday morning due to strong, gusty winds coupled with freezing temperatures.
Strong Winds Uproot Valley Glen Tree, Could Cause Power OutagesThe National Weather Service says Wednesday’s winds could cause power outages and making driving difficult, especially for high-profile vehicles.
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.
As Storms Roll Into Southern California, Inland Empire And Orange County Prepare For FloodsFlooding was the big concern Tuesday night across the Inland Empire as the first of two storm systems moves into the Southland — bringing with it the potential to melt last weekend's snowfall.
LA Weather: Southern California Braces For Rain, Snow Day After Record-Breaking HeatTwo systems are headed for a collision course over Southern California.
'Critical Fire Weather Conditions' On The Way For Much Of Southern CaliforniaThe National Weather Service are predicting “critical fire weather conditions” in much of Southern California from early Thursday through Friday afternoon due to wind gusts of 45 and 70 miles per hour and humidity bottoming out as low as 3 percent.
Heat Advisories Extended As SoCal Roasts In Triple-Digit TempsForecasters say temperatures will be at least five degrees above normal along the coast and 10 degrees higher than normal inland. And that does not include the increased humidity, which brought rain, thunder and lightning to mountain and high desert areas on Tuesday.
Heat Wave Brings Triple-Digits, Possible Thunderstorms To Southern CaliforniaTemperatures in the high 90s and low 100s were forecast Tuesday for much of Southern California, along with the possibility of thunderstorms, heavy rain and flash flooding in burn areas.