Another storm will bring rain to the Inland Empire this coming weekend, but forecasters say it will be much tamer than the wild, record-breaking rainstorm that caused flooding and infrastructure damage two weeks ago. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
RIVERSIDE (CNS) - A low-pressure system could bring light rain to parts of the Inland Empire today, before another storm system brings a potential for heavier rain through the weekend, forecasters said.
RIVERSIDE (CNS) - A cold air mass lingering over the Inland Empire this morning prompted the National Weather Service to issue a freeze warning this morning for areas west of the mountains.
The freeze warning, which applied to the entire Inland Empire, expired at 9 a.m. today (Friday). Temperatures in some areas of the inland valleys dropped into the upper 20s this morning, forecasters said.
The Coachella Valley wasn't included in the advisory, but temperatures there were in the mid-30s this morning.
A cold, wet weather system is expected to reach the Inland Empire today (Wednesday) ... bringing precipitation throughout the region and the possibility of heavy snowfall in the mountains ... though it is still too early this morning to tell whether flooding might occur ... particularly in our local wildfire burn areas. Meanwhile, several area roads remian partially or fully closed while emergency work is done to repair damage from last week's massive rainfall. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
A warm, wet, windy storm tore through the Inland Empire yesterday, resulting in flooded streets, downed trees and power poles, power outages, and some property damage. And forecasters say today could be a repeat of yesterday's weather. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent
Caltrans is still in the process of removing boulders, smaller rocks, and other debris from Highway 243 between Banning and Idyllwild following the recent winter storms that swept through the Inland Empire. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
The remnants of Hurricane Linda unleashed an unexpectedly large deluge across Southern California yesterday (Tuesday). It was officially the wettest day of the year for downtown Los Angeles, which received more than two-and-a-half inches of precipitation before noon. KVCR's Matt Guilhem has more on that, and how the Inland Empire fared in yesterday's storm.