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  • Surfers, spectators crowd Southern California beaches for giant waves

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Waves up to about 20 feet (6 meters) high crashed along the Southern California coast on Wednesday, as heavy and potentially dangerous surf from a Pacific cyclone drew crowds of surfers and spectators to Los Angeles-area beaches,...
  • Three rescued after boat capsizes near Ocean City

    Three rescued after boat capsizes near Ocean City
    The Coast Guard rescued three people near Ocean City's inlet Wednesday when their 17-foot boat capsized in the rough waves. Coast Guard Station Ocean City received a report of an overturned vessel about 4:30 p.m. A crew aboard a 47-foot lifeboat was...
  • Huge waves challenge Southern California surfers, lifeguards

    Huge waves challenge Southern California surfers, lifeguards
    Pounding surf off Newport Beach had already prompted several rescues Wednesday morning as onlookers gathered to watch surfers and bodyboarders take advantage of the huge waves, some estimated at more than 20 feet high. By 8 a.m., lifeguards had...
  • Southern California prepares for high surf, coastal flooding

    Southern California prepares for high surf, coastal flooding
    Huge swells generated by Hurricane Marie are expected to batter the Southern California coastline on Wednesday, producing eye-popping waves for the bravest of surfers, while at the same time putting low-lying seaside communities at significant risk of...
  • Storms cool things off during one of summer's muggiest days

    Storms cool things off during one of summer's muggiest days
    Midday storms brought some relief to one of the muggiest days of the year, with temperatures dropping 10 to 15 degrees within two hours in many parts of Chicago. Shortly before noon, it was 91 degrees at Midway Airport with a punishing dew point of 78...
  • La Cañada History: Firefighters knock down brush fire

    La Cañada History: Firefighters knock down brush fire
    Ten Years Ago Los Angeles County firefighters quickly knocked down a brush fire in La Cañada Flintridge in late August 2004, during a week when high temperatures and low humidity had prompted the National Weather Service to issue a red-flag warning...
  • Southern California may see some rain from Hurricane Norbert

    Southern California may see some rain from Hurricane Norbert
    The latest hurricane churning off the coast of Baja California could bring some rain and thunderstorms to parts of drought-stricken Southern California, forecasters said Friday. As Hurricane Norbert slowly moves northwest along Mexico's Baja peninsula,...
  • Rainy weekend, cool temperatures ahead in Hampton Roads

    Rainy weekend, cool temperatures ahead in Hampton Roads
    A rainy weekend is in the forecast, although the weather isn't expected to wash out scheduled festivals and events in Hampton Roads on Saturday, a National Weather Service meteorologist said. Festival-goers can look forward to more hot and muggy weather...
  • Too hot? It's a question of degree

    Too hot? It's a question of degree
    Darn right it's been hot out there, last month and over the summer. And that's mainly because July and August were both about a degree hotter than normal in South Florida. "Because average day-to-day temperatures don't vary much during the summer,...
  • More storms possible Friday, cooler weather ahead

    More storms possible Friday, cooler weather ahead
    It's going to be another hot and muggy day Friday with a slight chance for more rain and storms in the afternoon. The National Weather Service forecast shows humidity near 100 percent with a high temperature of about 90 degrees. Expect a low of 72...
  • High surf from Hurricane Norbert to hit Southern California coast

    Forecasters are warning of high surf, strong rip currents and the possibility of coastal flooding along Southland beaches as Hurricane Norbert intensifies off Baja California. The surf, however, won't be nearly as awe-inspiring as it was last month when...