Los Angeles County Heat Breaks Record After Woodland Hills Reaches 121 DegreesLos Angeles County broke record-heat levels on Sunday as a heat wave continued to move throughout Southern California, officials said.
'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.
Ladybugs Swarm Moves Through SoCal, Registers On National Weather Service RadarA swarm of ladybugs moving through San Diego County was so large it registered on the National Weather Service's weather radar Tuesday evening.
California Receives 18 Trillion Gallons Of Rain In FebruaryAccording to the National Weather Service Bay Area, 18 trillion gallons of water has fallen on the Golden State, enough to fill 27 million Olympic-size swimming pools, or equal to 45 percent of the total volume of Lake Tahoe.
National Weather Service Forecasters Track Where Lost Teddy Bear May Have LandedHerbert the Bear was attached to a bunch of balloons in Westchester Sunday, and blew away with the wind. The small stuffed black bear, with brown paws and snout, hasn’t been seen since.
Smoke From California Wildfires Can Now Be Seen In Ohio, Experts SayAccording to the U.S. National Weather Service, smoke from the California wildfires is now affecting the skies high over states like Ohio.
Red Flag Warning Returns With Cold Santa Ana WindsDry and gusty Santa Ana winds sweeping through Southern California are predicted to bring days of critical fire weather conditions.
Swimmers, Surfers Warned As High Surf Pounds SoCalLarge surf is expected along much of the Southern California coast and beachgoers are warned of dangerous waves and rip currents.
Southern California Sees Freeze, Frost ConditionsA dry air mass is bringing early morning cold to many areas of Southern California.
Parts Of California See 300 Percent Of Normal January RainfallDowntown Los Angeles had recorded 14.3 inches of rain since the start of the water year on Oct. 1, less than a half-inch away from the average for the entire season.
Second Storm Brings More Rain To Soaked Southern CaliforniaA second storm bore down on Southern California Wednesday, soaking roads and leading to a spike in freeway spinouts and causing mudslides in some areas.
Motorists Warned Of Heavy Winds In Southern CaliforniaHeavy winds remain after a weekend storm system swept through Southern California, dumping rain and snow.
Strong Winds, Low Humidity Levels Raise Risk Of Wildfire In Parts Of Southern California Strong winds and low humidity levels will raise the risk of wildfire in parts of the Southland through Sunday.
Forecasters: Temperatures Unusually Cool For September, But It Won't LastIf the weather seems unusually cool for September, you aren’t alone – temperatures are indeed down a few degrees for August and the beginning of September.
Hot, Dry Weather Plus Chance Of Dry Lightning Elevates Fire DangerThe National Weather Service predicted high winds, high temperatures, low humidity, and exceedingly dry vegetation would elevate fire danger in Southern California again Friday.