Winter Storm Watch Issued for The San Bernardino and Los Angeles Mountains Above 5,000 Feet Tuesday through WednesdaySouthern California Weather ForceNewsBreak Contributor
California To Open New In-N-Out BurgerJoel EisenbergNewsBreak Contributor
Moreno Valley, CA real estate market updateSuzy Valentin RealtorNewsBreak Contributor
2nd Arrest Made In Fatal Shooting Of Security Guard In MuscoyWestmont Community NewsNewsBreak Contributor
Water District terminates Emergency Water Conservation Program for nearly 7 Million So Cal residentsThe HD PostNewsBreak Contributor
All That Glitters Isn’t Gold
Between the rains, with Southern California looking its legendary beautiful self, a high-end convertible cover took me on the freeway and I caught a glimpse of the bald driver and a passenger with a mop of auburn hair waving in the wind. “Lucky devil,” I thought. As it happened,...
Potholes damage your car? File a claim with Caltrans.
If you’ve suffered car damage due to the perpetual problem of potholes…Cal-Trans wants to help. As rain-slogged Southern California braces for its next storm, Caltrans offers up to ten-thousand-dollars to drivers whose vehicles have been damaged by potholes on its freeways. A damage claim can be filed directly with the agency by anyone who believes Caltrans caused “monetary loss,” according to dot.ca.gov.
4 killed in wrong-way crash on Southern California freeway
CHINO HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Four people were killed early Sunday in a wrong-way collision involving several vehicles on a freeway east of Los Angeles, authorities said. The crash occurred around 2:30 a.m. in southbound lanes of State Route 71 in Chino Hills after several people called 911 to report a car traveling the wrong direction, according to the California Highway Patrol. At least four vehicles were involved and at least one burst into flames, the Los Angeles Times reported. Four people died at the scene, and at least one other person was transported to a hospital, authorities said.
2023 Remarkable Women Nominee: Laurie Porter
At 65 years old, Laurie Porter stays very active in her community of Big Bear Lake, teaching ski lessons at Snow Summit resort, and volunteering for “citizens on patrol” to keep her mountain neighbors safe. She is a military veteran, a cancer survivor, and now, a nominee for 2023’s Remarkable Women Award. KTLA’s Courtney Friel reports.
Widespread Strong to Damaging Winds Across All of Southern California for Tuesday March 21, 2023 With Mini Bomb Cyclone
As stated in the previous update, this system will have widespread gusty and damaging winds across the entire Southern California Weather Force jurisdiction and this is the update to it, including the Raiden Storm Wind Intensity Maps for Tuesday March 21st, 2023. It is urged that if you are in a level 4 or higher on the coming maps to know you are within an area that power poles/lines and trees can come down, which increases erosion and mud/landslide danger so read on for details …
Grand Theft, Possession of Stolen Property, Possession of a Controlled Substance
On Thursday, March 16, 2023, the La Quinta Special Enforcement Team (SET) served a property related search warrant at the 26000 block of Bruce Street, in Highland. The search warrant stemmed from multiple grand theft incidents that were reported on March 01,2023. The incidents occurred at two businesses located at the 78000 and 79000 block of Highway 111, in La Quinta. The businesses had also reported similar thefts at their other locations out of the area. Arrested was Huy Nhat Pham, 32 of Highland, for grand theft, possession of stolen property, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia . Approximately $3,200 worth of stolen merchandise was recovered. Pham was booked at the John J. Benoit Detention Center.
Next storm to bring hurricane-force wind gusts, heavy rain, mountain snow to California
The FOX Forecast Center is tracking another powerful storm system expected to push onshore in California by early Tuesday, bringing hurricane-force wind gusts, heavy rain and mountain snow to a region that's been slammed with storms since December.
Rain hits Southern California, with even more on the way this week
Forecasters expect between 1 and 3 inches of rain by Wednesday, with snow at around 3,000 to 4,000 feet, including at the Tejon Pass.
Another wet, windy, snowy days ahead of us in the Bay
The latest computer models suggest the jet stream is shifting, and the latest atmospheric river will take the bulk of the precipitation into the Central Coast and Southern California. However, we are not out of the woods.
California's 12th atmospheric river on the way
LOS ANGELES - Get ready for more rain and snow to impact Southern California as the state's 12th atmospheric river of the season is expected to hit in the coming days. "This will be a soggy first half of the week, with many hours of light to moderate steady rain," the National Weather Service said. "Expect plenty of water, rocks, mud on roads, and minor and urban creek flooding."
Highland man is arrested after he allegedly viciously attacked three members of his family
A Highland man was arrested after he allegedly viciously attacked three members of his family, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. On March 15 at about 11:48 p.m., deputies from the Highland Sheriff's Station responded to the 29100 block of Rock Crest Court for an assault call. Upon arrival, deputies heard loud screaming coming from inside the residence. Deputies entered and found Christian Morris, 28, allegedly violently assaulting members of his family.
Storm Tracker Forecast: Shower around tonight with more rain on the way this week
Rain passed through this morning with many places receiving between a half an inch to an inch of rain in the valley with higher amounts to in the north. Showers remain in parts of our area. Snow levels are sitting around 5000’ to 6000’. We have seen winds around 15-20mph today. Clouds will remain with some shower chances sticking around into the evening.
NWS warns of potential for damaging wind gusts, heavy rain in San Diego this week
Another bout of blustery weather is expected in San Diego County this week, according to the National Weather Service.
Winter Storm Watch Issued for The San Bernardino and Los Angeles Mountains Above 5,000 Feet Tuesday through Wednesday
Issued Zones: Los Angeles and San Bernardino Mountains Above 5,000 FT …. Site: Southern California Weather Force has issued a Winter Storm Watch effective now for Tuesday through Wednesday …
Waves of rain and mountain snow to impact SoCal this week
The next solid storm is winding up in the Gulf of Alaska and is taking aim at Southern California. Unlike the last couple storms that brought heavy rain and very little snow, this one will bring plenty of cold air and some healthy snow totals with it. The strong area...
The first day of spring will bring more showers
BOISE, Idaho (CBS2) — After three days of sunshine, the pattern is about to change once again as another storm moves in from the Pacific Ocean. This will produce periods of rain for the Treasure Valley on Monday with highs near 50 degrees. The mountains will see snow for much of the day where I’m expecting about 3-8” of additional snow. Then, the Drier air will move into the area on Tuesday. Look for partly cloudy skies and highs in the low 50's. The drier conditions will hang around on Wednesday and Thursday. However, we should see another storm by the end of the week. Additional snow will fall in the mountains and periods of rain will occur in the Valley.
LA-to-Las Vegas high-speed rail developer agrees to deal with building trades
A long-planned high-speed rail system that would connect Southern California with Las Vegas got a boost last week when building trade unions in two states announced a memorandum of understanding with the project’s developer. The 218-mile system is still in the development stages, but the officials from the California...
Fatal Big Bear shooting sparks DOJ investigation
The California Department of Justice is investigating a fatal shooting involving a San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy, State Attorney General Rob Bonta said. The deadly incident was reported early Sunday morning in the 800 block of Vista Avenue in the unincorporated community of Sugarloaf, south of Big Bear. A Big...
California man struggles to see dying wife in the midst of a snowstorm
Despite the warnings of the impending storm, Robert Rice remained unfazed. Having lived in the same home in Running Springs for over 40 years, a community nestled in the San Bernardino National Forest where snow was a common occurrence, the 79-year-old was accustomed to such weather conditions.
Stormy weather to linger over SoCal until Wednesday
Yet another round of storms is set to hit Southern California on Monday, bringing rain to many and snow to mountain communities through Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. A weak storm system will bring steady rain to the area beginning on Sunday afternoon, with the rain continuing into the start of the week. […]
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