An ‘abnormal,’ monsoon-like weather pattern hits Southern California.
An ‘abnormal,’ monsoon-like weather pattern hits Southern California. Image: NOAA, NWS LA
An ‘abnormal,’ monsoon-like weather pattern is moving through parts of Southern California as monsoon-like weather is expected to continue into the week.
A weather system moving across the state is bringing very heavy rainfall and strong winds Saturday night. In some areas, up to two feet of rain are expected.
It’s expected to remain over the state through Sunday and could bring heavy rain, mudslides and fire dangers.
The Weather Network, which is forecasting the severe thunderstorm activity, says as the system moves across the state, it could bring up to 2 feet of rain over the next couple of days.
The Weather Network has issued a yellow-level warning for the coast and mountains, where thunderstorms and flash floods are expected to occur.
Monsoon-like weather is expected to continue into the week. Image: NOAA, NWS LA
The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm watch for the coast Saturday night.
As of midday Saturday, there was an “abnormal” monsoon weather pattern moving through parts of Southern
This is the second time the region has seen rain in a few days.
A woman in a hospital bed outside of the UCLA Medical Center at 8:30 a.m. Saturday morning was showing signs of life when she woke up after a two-week coma.
A woman died at the UCLA Medical Center in Westwood early Thursday morning after a two-week coma.
This was the second person to die in the hospital earlier this week. The first person died on Thursday, when the woman fell off a patio.
As a precaution, the hospital has been closed to visitors.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office records show the woman was being treated at a Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner’s facility.
A man walks down Ventura Boulevard in West Hollywood, Saturday morning. The area is not usually hit by rain,