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Saturday

Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
High: 95 °F
Low: 72 °F

Sunday

Partly Sunny
Partly Sunny
High: 89 °F
Low: 66 °F

Monday

Mostly Sunny
Mostly Sunny
High: 91 °F
Low: 66 °F

Rain

    Water Committee Issues Caution On Water Usage After Storms

    Santa Clarita Valley Water Committee members offered a caution about water usage and supply after recent rain storms

    UPDATE: Rain In Southern California: Winter Storm Unified Command Update

    The Los Angeles County Operational Area Emergency Operations Center (CEOC) was activated at 6:00 a.m. PST in response to a strong winter storm moving through Los Angeles County. The storm system is impacting Los Angeles County cities and unincorporated area communities. The storm system is forecast to bring heavy rain, snow in high elevations, isolated thunderstorms, and gusty winds to the area through Saturday, March 1, 2014. The CEOC is activated in support of the cities of Glendora, Azusa, Monrovia, Rancho Palos Verdes, Long Beach, and Los Angeles.

    Fire Stations Offer Free Sandbags To Residents In Case Of Mudslides

    Heavy rain brings with it the potential for mudslides and flooding, especially after a long drought. Local Fire Stations are offering free sandbags to any residents wanting to protect their homes and property from adverse weather.

    Safety Hazards In The Rain: Deputies, SoCal Edison Warn Residents

    With two rainstorms forecast for the second half of this week, Sheriff's Department deputies and Southern California Edison officials are warning residents of potential safety hazards on the road and in the home.

    Updated: National Weather Services Reports Snow, CHP Closes North I-5

    The National Weather Service in Los Angeles is reporting that a storm system bringing ran, snow and winds to south west California late through Saturday night.

    L.A. Fire Department Urges Residents To Prepare For Flooding

    The rainy season is here and the Los Angeles County Fire Department would like to urge residents who are living in areas prone to flooding, debris flows and mudslides to be prepared.