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  • Sunny, high risk of rip currents

    Sunny, high risk of rip currents
    Although Thursday will be mostly sunny, it won’t be a great day for the beach. The National Weather Service has extended a warning of “dangerous rip currents” through Thursday evening. There will be a 20 percent chance of rain after...
  • Crashes let up amid the rain; lighter showers expected today

    Rainfall in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach continued Wednesday, though reports of weather-related traffic collisions lessened. After five crashes were reported Tuesday morning in Costa Mesa as the storms began, only one was reported in the area...
  • Yosemite's waterfalls flowing full force after recent rainstorms

    Yosemite's waterfalls flowing full force after recent rainstorms
    If you can't wait until spring to see Yosemite National Park's spectacular waterfalls, go now. Two days of rain have pumped up the park's landmark falls, creating conditions more typical of spring than late fall. "To see Yosemite Falls coming to...
  • Weather: Dense fog advisory in affect for much of Central Florida

    Weather: Dense fog advisory in affect for much of Central Florida
    A dense fog advisory will be in affect for much of Central Florida through Thursday morning, the National Weather Service said. Visibility will be less than a quarter mile and near zero at times, according to the NWS. The advisory lasts until 10 a.m....
  • California rain: 'Six straight hours of rain,' and drought continues

    California rain: 'Six straight hours of rain,' and drought continues
    A record-setting storm covering Southern California was expected to begin tapering off Wednesday after triggering dozens of evacuations and putting city crews in Ventura and Los Angeles counties on alert for mudslides. “Yesterday, we had six...
  • Rain leads to at least five accidents in Costa Mesa

    Rain leads to at least five accidents in Costa Mesa
    The massive storm pummeling Orange County is being blamed for at least five car crashes in Costa Mesa and traffic delays in Newport Beach. Costa Mesa firefighters used the Jaws of Life to rescue a trapped driver who was involved in a three-car crash...
  • Southern California may have had the perfect rainstorm

    Southern California may have had the perfect rainstorm
    Tuesday's rainstorm did not break records by epic amounts or pull parched Southern California out of its drought, but meteorologists were satisfied. This may have been the perfect storm. Or close enough. It was strong enough to do some good not just...
  • California rain has Yosemite waterfalls flowing again

    California rain has Yosemite waterfalls flowing again
    The recent storm may have caused havoc for freeways and some flooding, but it brought new life to Yosemite National Park's waterfalls, which are flowing again after being dry for several months. Officials announced Wednesday that the park's grand...
  • 6 car crashes reported in rain-soaked H.B.

    Roads dampened by rain could be linked to at least six traffic accidents Wednesday in Huntington Beach, police said. One person was injured when the driver's vehicle crashed into a fire hydrant near Oakridge Lane and Van Ness Court at 10:20 a.m. The...
  • Major storm soaks Southern California

    Major storm soaks Southern California
    A major storm drenched Southern California on Tuesday, causing traffic tie-ups across the region but few reports of mudslides or major flooding. According to the National Weather Service, 1.5 inches of rain fell in downtown Los Angeles, breaking a Dec....
  • Weather should be less messy today

    Weather should be less messy today
    Passing overnight showers have left most area roadways at least a little wet and slippery for the morning commute, but Wednesday's weather should not be as sloppy as yesterday. According to the National Weather Service, there is an overall 20 percent...