Traffic flows smoothly along Interstate 5 near the Grapevine with sunny skies, chilly temperatures and wind.
A series of winter storms will move across the country, bringing frigid conditions, snow and rain to many areas.
Los Angeles County health officials are extending a cold weather alert due to the National Weather Service’s forecast for low temperatures. Wind chill temperatures are expected to dip below 32 degrees Fahrenheit through January 19 in parts of the L.A. County mountain areas and Antelope Valley.
December storms gave California a promising snowpack despite a slow start, state water authorities said Thursday after conducting measurements to determine how much vital runoff can be expected to flow into reservoirs this spring.
Traffic is slowly starting to move again along the I-5 near the Grapevine.
Southern California will catch a break on Tuesday from the weather, but a cold strong storm with the potential to drop up to 3 inches of rain in some parts of Los Angeles County and up to 2 feet of snow in the local mountains is forecast to slam the region on Christmas night.
The winter solstice, which is shortest day of the year, will occur Saturday, Dec. 21.
Strong and potentially disruptive Santa Ana winds will buffet the Southland Tuesday.
Winter conditions over the weekend triggered deadly crashes in the Central Plains and Midwest, while a storm was set to bring more snow and freezing rain into the Northeast.
Potato crops damaged by cold and wet weather could reportedly mean a shortage of the beloved french fry.
It was a winter wonderland at Big Bear resort as a powerful storm dumped up to 4 feet of snow on opening day.
A winter storm brought rain and snow on Interstate 5 -- prompting the closure of the Grapevine in both directions Thursday morning.
Disneyland and Disney California Adventure will close early on Wednesday and Thanksgiving as the theme parks prepare for a winter storm set to hit Southern California.
Nearly 1,200 beds are now available for the homeless across the county. They include 271 Winter Shelter Program beds, 100 additional interim shelter beds as well as an additional 500 beds at five sites within the city and 100 beds at Athens Park supplied by the County of Los Angeles.
The first major winter storm of the season brought heavy rain and snow into Southern California. But many residents living near burn areas are preparing for any potential flooding.
It’s only the first week of November and Southern California is already seeing oddly low temperatures.