LA Weather: Rain, Snow Could Make Thanksgiving Travel Even Worse This WeekRain, snow and unusually cold temperatures are set to hit the region Wednesday, stay for Thanksgiving dinner and finally taper off Friday.
Pair Of Storm Systems Give SoCal First Rain Of Season, Roads Closed Due To FloodingRain from a tropical storm system moved into the Southland overnight flooding roads and prompting closures.
Rain Hits Hot, Humid Southern CaliforniaThe National Weather Service said Los Angeles County’s coasts and San Gabriel Valley could see light rain and possibly lightning, even as the Inland Empire braced for possible thunderstorms.
Beaches Cleared In Santa Monica, Malibu Following Electrical Storm With LightningLos Angeles County lifeguards cleared beaches Wednesday up and down the Southern California coast after an electrical storm with lightning in Santa Monica.
Mid-May Storm Brings Rain, Cold Winds To Southern CaliforniaSouthern California is accustomed to May gray, but on Thursday morning the region will instead get May showers.
Southern California To See Light Rain; Possible Thunderstorms In Mountains, DesertsSouthern Californians will have to put their windshield wipers to work Monday with scattered, light showers expected throughout the day.
As Rain Continues To Fall, So Do Many Backyards In Canyon Country"Every time I see the yard like this it hurts. It took a lot of time to finally get my family a home," Luis Estrada says.
You're All Wet -- As Wettest Winter In Years Rolls On We Get More RainOur super soaking is not all in your mind.
Winter Storms Wash Away California Drought, Burnish SnowpackThe U.S. Drought Monitor reported Thursday that more than 87 percent of California was now free of any level of drought or unusual dryness. Just 2.3 percent — along the Oregon border — was in moderate drought, and the remainder was in a condition called abnormally dry.
Light Rain Overnight Is The Calm Before This Weekend's Bigger StormLess than a quarter of an inch is expected to fall from the storm that started Wednesday night and continued into Thursday morning. The morning showers and light drizzle is expected to taper off from north to south, according to the National Weather Service.
Canyon Country Homeowners Continue To Fret Over Sliding HillsidesAs their hillside slid down, their world turned upside down.