• High Winds Blow Through the City

    High Winds Blow Through the City

    High winds again blew across the Southland Tuesday. The National Weather Service attributed the gusty winds to weak frontal systems passing to the north of the region and said they ...

  • LA’s UV Level Will Be at 10 Monday

    LA’s UV Level Will Be at 10 Monday

    Monday's ultraviolet index level in the Los Angeles area will be 10, according to the National Weather Service. The reading indicates what the UV exposure is expected to be at noon ...

  • Rain Still Expected in LA County, Albeit Later Than Initially Thought

    Rain Still Expected in LA County, Albeit Later Than Initially Thought

    Rain is still expected in L.A. County Thursday, but it will arrive several hours later than initially expected, and there will be even less of it than the small amount that had bee ...

  • Slight Rain Expected Thursday

    Slight Rain Expected Thursday

    A little rain is expected Thursday, the National Weather Service said Wednesday. The chance of rain in Los Angeles County after midnight stands at 30 percent, according to the weat ...

High Winds Blow Through the City

High Winds Blow Through the City

High winds again blew across the Southland Tuesday. The National Weather Service attributed the gusty winds to weak frontal systems passing to the north of the region and said the ...

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LA’s UV Level Will Be at 10 Monday

LA’s UV Level Will Be at 10 Monday

Monday's ultraviolet index level in the Los Angeles area will be 10, according to the National Weather Service. The reading indicates what the UV exposure is expected to be at noo ...

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Rain Still Expected in LA County, Albeit Later Than Initially Thought

Rain Still Expected in LA County, Albeit Later Than Initially Thought

Rain is still expected in L.A. County Thursday, but it will arrive several hours later than initially expected, and there will be even less of it than the small amount that had be ...

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Slight Rain Expected Thursday

Slight Rain Expected Thursday

A little rain is expected Thursday, the National Weather Service said Wednesday. The chance of rain in Los Angeles County after midnight stands at 30 percent, according to the wea ...

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Los Angeles’ Ultraviolet Index Level to be at 7

Los Angeles’ Ultraviolet Index Level to be at 7

Monday's ultraviolet index level in the Los Angeles area will be 7, according to the National Weather Service. The reading indicates what the UV exposure is expected to be at noon ...

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Water Main Bursts in Brentwood, Causes Street Flooding

Water Main Bursts in Brentwood, Causes Street Flooding

A six-inch water main ruptured in Brentwood Wednesday, causing street flooding and sending water into a one room of a nearby residence, authorities said. The leak was reported at ...

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Two Storms to Hit City In Contrast to Last Week’s Hot Spell

Two Storms to Hit City In Contrast to Last Week’s Hot Spell

In sharp contrast to last week's hot spell, two storms will strike the Southland this week, threatening high winds and minor mud and debris flows down slopes denuded in wildfires, ...

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City Has One More Day of Heat Before Cool Weather Sets In

City Has One More Day of Heat Before Cool Weather Sets In

The city will spend one more day in temperatures "well above" normal Friday before the start of a cooling trend, National Weather Service forecasters said Friday. Temperatures wil ...

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Dense Fog Blankets City Again, Despite High Temperatures in Some Areas

Dense Fog Blankets City Again, Despite High Temperatures in Some Areas

For the third straight day, dense fog will cover much of Los Angeles County Wednesday, but not counties to the south this time. The fog could disrupt road and air travel, accordin ...

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Dense Fog Blankets City Again

Dense Fog Blankets City Again

Dense fog once again blanketed parts of the Southland Tuesday, threatening to bring about what the National Weather Service called "significant air and roadway travel impacts," in ...

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