Record-Breaking Storms Impact Southern California
As storms hit the California Coast, road closures and areas recently affected by wildfires become a risk. The information below will help you stay up to date as this week of rain continues.
- Facts and Figures
People living in areas recently affected by wild fires should be ready for possibilities of mudslides and flashflooding.
Los Angeles and Orange Counties are expected to start with 1-2 inches of rain while valleys and the Inland Empire areas are expecting more.
In addition, mountain regions are projected to have 6-12 inches of snow.
- Know your area
Multiple road closures have caused severe traffic delays, these include:
- I-5 shutdown at Grapevine
- Pacific Coast Highway shutdown in Malibu Mudslide
- What's Next?
Two more storms are forecasted to pass through. The first being expected to move swiftly starting late Tuesday. In addition, the heaviest storm will impact the west coast Wednesday and Thursday.
We ask all to remain alert when commuting and take all necessary precautions to have a safe week!