Residents are urged to use caution while driving and when in low-lying areas traditionally subject to flooding.
What you see – mild and dry – is what you'll get until at least Wednesday, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Drew Peterson. He said temperatures will hover in the low 70s during the day and mid-to-high 50s at night, with winds less
As storm that began drenching the San Francisco Bay area Thursday night moved south on Friday, downtown Los Angeles received nearly half an inch of rain, breaking the old record of 0.29 inches set in 1956, according to the National Weather Service.
Questions about the incredible images of ping-pong ball sized stones forming a four-foot deep wall on the Texas panhandle were answered Friday when the National Weather Service declared them legitimate — with a warning that you ain't seen nothing yet.
Saturday low of around 53 degrees, forecasters say.