Florence Now A Category 2 Storm, Still DangerousHurricane Florence has been downgraded to a Category 2 storm but it is still considered an extremely dangerous and life-threatening storm.
Here Are Some Evacuations Ordered Ahead Of The StormThe storm that's approaching is expected to be the strongest so far this season.
Storm To Hit SoCal May Bring Flash Flooding, Evacuations In Burn AreasAn advisory went into effect Monday warning people who live in the burn areas to be prepared to evacuate.
Cold Storm Expected To Bring Plenty Of Snow, Some Rain To SoCalAfter several days of warm, dry weather, Southern California is going to get a reminder that it’s actually winter.
Stories Of Survival: Montecito Family Rescued From Rooftop After Dangerous MudslideThe mudslides came as heavy rains hit the fire-scarred hills above the city, leaving at least 13 people dead.
Mandatory Evacuations Ordered As Strong Wind And Rain Hit Orange CountyA crash on the slippery 5 Freeway in front of a Metro bus in Anaheim caused the driver to swerve into a light pole.
First Snowfall Of The Season Provides Much-Needed Relief In Big BearThe storm that is wreaking havoc throughout much of Southern California has provided some much needed relief for those living in the mountain areas.
California Burn Areas Brace For Rain, Possible MudslidesForecasters say a storm expected to bring heavy rain to California could drop several inches in recent burn areas, raising the risk of mudslides on hillsides made bare by flames.
Snow, Rain In California, But Fire Areas Are DrySnow fell Saturday in the Sierra Nevada and rain hit the far north as a storm swept through California. But the fire-ravaged wine country remained dry despite fears of mudslides.
Early Season Storm Enters Northern CaliforniaThis weekend, up to 2 feet of snow are forecast to fall in elevations above 8,000 feet, and at least a foot of snow is expected in Donner and Tioga passes and other areas above 6,000 feet and up, forecasters said.
Duarte Woman Beyond Concerned For Her Mother In Storm-Ravaged Puerto Rico"All I can do it pray," Jeanette Santana said.