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Further Rain Is Expected To Spread Throughout Southern California: Is A Resolution In Sight?

Further Rain Is Expected To Spread Throughout Southern California: Is A Resolution In Sight?

Further Rain Is Expected To Spread Throughout Southern California: Is A Resolution In Sight?

In Los Angeles, A second significant winter storm is currently moving across Southern California, bringing further rain and causing a flurry of public alerts, such as flash flood warnings, high surf advisories, and strong wind warnings for various areas of the region.

But the rainiest part is still to come.

The Southwest Los Angeles County area, which includes Santa Clarita, Malibu, Torrance, and El Monte, is under a Flood Warning from the National Weather Service that will last until midnight on Tuesday.

In Los Angeles, A second significant winter storm is currently moving across Southern California, bringing further rain and causing a flurry of public alerts, such as flash flood warnings, high surf advisories, and strong wind warnings for various areas of the region.

But the rainiest part is still to come.

The Southwest Los Angeles County area, which includes Santa Clarita, Malibu, Torrance, and El Monte, is under a Flood Warning from the National Weather Service that will last until midnight on Tuesday.

A flood watch will be in place for the Los Angeles County coast, mountains, downtown Los Angeles, the San Fernando, Santa Clarita, San Gabriel, and Antelope valleys, as well as inland areas like Hollywood, Compton, Long Beach, Pomona, Downey, Norwalk, East Los Angeles, Culver City, Lakewood, and Beverly Hills from late Monday through Tuesday evening.

Additionally, it applies to the coastal regions of Orange County, the Santa Ana Mountains and foothills, and inland areas such as Santa Ana, Anaheim, Garden Grove, Irvine, Orange, Fullerton, and Mission Viejo.

The National Weather Service forecasts that most of the precipitation will fall in Los Angeles and Orange County late Monday and Tuesday. The peak and low temperatures will both be 62 degrees.

The valleys and Inland Empire expect a windy environment and evening showers. The peak and low temperatures will both be 63 degrees.

According to the Weather Service, the forecast shows “excellent confidence in a big and intense storm.” It was anticipated that the coast and lowlands would receive 2-4 inches of rain, while the highlands might receive up to 4-8 inches.

“Mon afternoon through Tuesday is when the rain will be the heaviest. Urban and minor stream floods are some effects. Mud and debris flows, as well as potential mainstem river flooding, in recently burned regions, “on Twitter, the Weather Service announced. The agency also predicted Gales and solid waves for the area until Tuesday.

A high temperature of 63 degrees and evening rain is predicted for the beaches. Fifty-four will be low.

The Los Angeles County mountains are expected to see winds up to 70 mph on Monday. The amount of snow will decrease to 6,000 feet. The high will be 45 degrees, and the low will be 26 degrees.

Winds in the desert might reach 60 mph, and nighttime rain is predicted. The peak and low temperatures will both be 57 degrees.

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