'So Magical': 1 Billion Butterflies Flutter Into SoCal During Migration From MexicoThe Southland is experiencing a rare sighting this week: About 1 billion butterflies swarming the skies during their migration from Mexico to the Pacific Northwest.
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.
February Poised To Be One Of The Coldest On Record For Downtown LAAfter what feels like an entire month of rain and freezing temperatures, the National Weather Service confirmed Tuesday that without any drastic changes in the weather, this February will be one of the coldest on record.
From Santa Clarita To Malibu, Snow Falls Across SouthlandCold and icy conditions across Southern California forced authorities to shut down at least two major freeways.
Storm Brings Heavy Rain, Lightning Strikes And Hail To Southern CaliforniaHeavy rain and thunderstorms started early in Santa Barbara County, and moved into Ventura and Los Angeles counties during the morning commute.
Pay To Freeway: 3 Congestion Pricing Models Considered To Cut Down On LA TrafficThree different models of congestion pricing have been developed and officials plan next month to ask Metro’s board of directors to approve a study on the issue.
Downtown LA Sets New Rainfall Record After Wet, Wild StormA new rainfall record was set in the downtown Los Angeles area Thursday after a second straight day of wet weather caused flooding across the region’s freeways and roadways.
As Rain Starts, So Do Southern California Freeway CrashesWhile recent burn areas and seaside communities prepared for possible mud slides and coastal flooding, respectively, forecasters didn’t anticipate this week’s storm to cause either scenario.
Crashes, Reports Of Flooding Hit Slick Southern California FreewaysThere were at least five major crashes by 4:30 a.m. that prompted Sigalerts from the California Highway Patrol.
Excessive Heat, Red Flag Warnings Go Into EffectTriple-digit temperatures are expected across Southern California, prompting excessive heat warnings that go into effect Monday morning.
Violent Winds Wreak Havoc All Over Southern CaliforniaA pine tree went down over a Beverly Hills home, landing on its garage, while over the hill in Sherman Oaks, a eucalyptus tree impaled a Prius on Noble Avenue.