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By Jason Wells; jason.wells@latimes.com | December 24, 2010
Mostly sunny skies should prevail through Saturday, when clouds will start to build to create a chance of rain and thunderstorms overnight. On Sunday, there will be a 30% chance of rain, according to the National Weather Service, which could spell more trouble for hillsides that reached their saturation point earlier this week when a powerful series of storms soaked the area. Officials have warned that even under sunny conditions, the hillsides remain vulnerable to movement, and advised property owners to be vigilant.
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By Jason Wells, jason.wells@latimes.com | October 20, 2010
Scattered showers with and thunderstorms that slicked the roadways this week are expected to give way to partly cloudy skies tomorrow as the weather system moves out of Southern California, according to the National Weather Service. Partly cloudy skies are forecast to last through the rest of the week, with temperatures in the mid-60s until this weekend, when highs are expected to reach into the low-70s. Officials said the slow, but steady, rain had not caused any damage in the foothills or to the run-off infrastructure.
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November 23, 2011
A "pesky" storm system starts to move into the region today, bringing with it the likelihood of rain on Thanksgiving, according to the National Weather Service. But fear not Black Friday shoppers, the Southern California sun is expected to reign supreme after Thursday through early next week as Santa Ana winds pick up and start a swift warming trend. The rain storm should clear out overnight Thursday, according to the weather service, allowing daytime temperatures on Friday to rebound into the 70s on Friday, and then into the 80s through the weekend.
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By Zain Shauk | October 15, 2009
LA CRESCENTA — Fears over mudslides subsided early Wednesday after residents awoke to little more than a trickle of water flowing from burned hills. Just over 1.5 inches of rain fell in Glendale and about 2.2 inches filled a gauge positioned in Briggs Terrace since the storm began Tuesday afternoon, bringing little water down the hills, said Bob Gregg, a local water observer for the Los Angeles County Flood Control District. “It wasn’t a big deal,” Gregg said.
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December 27, 2010
An unusually wet December got even wetter Saturday night as another winter storm showered southern California, dropping more than an inch of rain in the foothills. And it's not over yet, with the National Weather Service forecasting a 50% chance of rain Tuesday night and a 70% chance of rain on Wednesday. The most recent storm, which began about 6 p.m. Saturday, continued into the early morning hours on Sunday before it dissipated, giving way to a cool, cloudy day. Flood advisories were in effect in the Station fire burn areas, including La Crescenta, La Cañada Flintridge, Tujunga and Sunland until 3 a.m. Sunday.
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February 24, 2001
Claudia Peschiutta GLENDALE -- The prospect of a rainy weekend cheered at least one local resident Friday. Ethan Street, 5, said he likes the rain. "Because I can do puddle jumps," he explained. Also, wet weather sometimes leads to trips to a Chuck E. Cheese's restaurant. "That's where I spend time when the sky's not good," Ethan said. Lucky for Ethan and anybody else who likes the rain, a storm system was expected to reach the area today.
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December 12, 2012
A storm barreling in from the Gulf of Alaska is expected to douse Southern California with rain and snow beginning Wednesday, prompting several mountain road closures. Between a quarter and a half-inch of rain could drench the coast and valleys, while the mountains could get as much as an inch, National Weather Service meteorologist Curt Kaplan told the L.A. Times . By Thursday, snow is expected to blanket the mountains as low as 3,500 feet. L.A. County Public Works officials are closing segments of the Angeles Forest Highway and Upper Big Tujunga Canyon Road starting at 10 p.m. Wednesday.
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January 23, 2013
After a balmy Tuesday, weather forecasters have some advice for Southern Californians on Wednesday. "Try to remember the fond memory of yesterday," meteorologist Andrew Rorke told the L.A. Times. A low front was expected to settle in across most of the region Wednesday, bringing not only slightly cooler temperatures but also a chance of rain that should last through the weekend, the National Weather Service said. In the tri-city region, there's a 20% chance of rain on Thursday, but that will increase to 40% on Friday through the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
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March 5, 2013
The chance of rain hitting the tri-city area will build overnight Tuesday, with the heaviest showers likely on Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. Tuesday began with low clouds, fog and drizzle, with conditions expected to intensify after midnight, when a 20% chance of rain is predicted across the region, said weather specialist Stuart Seto with the National Weather Service in Oxnard. The possibility for showers continues Wednesday and Thursday, jumping to a 50% chance Thursday night, Seto told the L.A. Times.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | April 25, 2014
ARCADIA - What first started as a league showdown and a battle on the diamond turned into a rainy mess and an ultimate search for a rule book and league constitution. The Crescenta Valley High and Arcadia baseball teams met Friday evening intent on trying to create separation amongst themselves atop the Pacific League standings. Instead, the Falcons and Apaches are not sure if they'll be seeing more of themselves sooner or later and whether either is still in first place as Friday's game was called in the bottom of the eighth due to rain in a 4-4 tie. “We have to go look at the league book,” Crescenta Valley skipper Phil Torres said.
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April 2, 2014
For the second straight day, rain and a big rig have created havoc for Pasadena commuters. About 2 a.m. Wednesday, a big rig crashed into a median wall on the eastbound 210 Freeway where it meets the 134 Freeway, according to the California Highway Patrol, the Los Angeles Times reported . Two more big rigs were soon involved in the wreck, which ultimately shut down the freeway junction until about 8 a.m. A day earlier, a big rig...
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By Melissa Pamer, KTLA and By Melissa Pamer, KTLA | March 31, 2014
A cold storm front coming from the Gulf of Alaska was expected to deliver rain and lower temperatures to Southern California beginning Monday , prompting preparation for possible mud flows in areas scarred by recent wildfires, according to KTLA. The first wave of light-to-moderate rains was expected to arrive late Monday afternoon, bringing several hours of rain, according to the National Weather Service. More showers could come Tuesday night into Wednesday. Heavy downpours could bring mud and debris flows in Azusa and Glendora, which are recovering from the nearly 2,000-acre Colby Fire.
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March 4, 2014
Re: “The Storm Watch Comedy Hour,” Read On column, March 1 . I was about to agree with Ray Richmond teasing newscasters about being overly dramatic about the rain. But then I went to the garage and some rainwater had seeped under the garage door and made a bit of a mess. So I was thinking maybe when the newscasters start talking on and on about the rain, we could use it to remind ourselves to prepare. For example, before the rain ever started I could have put cloth rags along the place where the garage door meets the floor, and then the rain wouldn't have gotten in. Once I saw the water, I did put some rags, but it would have been better to put them sooner.
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By Ray Richmond | March 1, 2014
The water is coming! The water is coming! Spectacular amounts of it! Quick, round up two of every animal and meet us at the ark at dusk. This thing that's bearing down on us is gargantuan! It's monumental! It's…it's…Stormageddon! If you were watching the television news in these parts, by midweek the stations were dutifully setting the catastrophic scene for StormWatch '14, the anchors breathlessly hawking team coverage of the coming deluge that was certain to wreak untold havoc on a parched metropolis.
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By Jean Merl | March 1, 2014
Southern California braced for more rain -- and possible tornadoes and thunderstorms -- Saturday afternoon from a powerful Pacific storm that earlier prompted evacuations in several fire-ravaged hillside communities, the Los Angeles Times reports.  Those areas so far have managed to escape any major damage, but mandatory evacuation orders remained in place for parts of Glendora, Monrovia and Azusa. Early Saturday mud from an unstable hillside in Azusa oozed into the backyard of one home.
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February 28, 2014
The strongest rain will likely fall in downtown Los Angeles on Friday afternoon as the second of two winter storm systems makes its way across the Southland. Meteorologists say the two-day forecast calls for the heaviest downpour across Central and Southern California on Friday afternoon before the system reboots again and continues through the weekend. Between Friday and Saturday night,  weather officials expect  two to four inches of rain to fall on the coasts and valleys and four to eight inches in the foothills and mountains.
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By Veronica Rocha and Arin Mikailian | February 28, 2014
Despite a heavy downpour that saw some parts of the Foothills receive more than two inches of rain, Glendale weathered the second storm system of the week with mostly minor incidents and inconveniences. According to the National Weather Service, the wet is expected to remain through Saturday and into Sunday afternoon. Friday's commute was a challenge on the Foothill (210) Freeway. A big rig collided with the center divider on the eastbound side near La Tuna Canyon Road at about 5 a.m., closing two lanes until almost noon, according to officials from the California Highway Patrol.
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January 30, 2014
Good morning, 818 readers. Today is Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014. We're rounding up some of the top headlines in the region: A 55-year-old Los Angeles man was sentenced Wednesday to serve 25 years to life in prison for the deaths of a Glendale woman whose dismembered body was found in Mexico and another woman whose body has never been found. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge George Lomeli, who had previously viewed photographs of Esperanza Torio's dismembered body, called convicted killer Aurangzeb “Simon” Manjra's case “absolutely sickening” before sentencing him. Police cited more than two dozen motorists Wednesday during an undercover operation aimed at those who failed to stop for pedestrians.
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By Jason Wells | October 28, 2013
Temperatures across Southern California are expected to drop sharply Monday as a storm brings gusty winds, rain showers and snow at higher elevations, forecasters told the Los Angeles Times . VIDEO: Storm expected to bring gusty winds, rain showers to Southland Foothill communities near the San Gabriel Valley area will likely see the steadiest rainfall, with up to an inch possible, said Andrew Rorke, a meteorologist with the National...
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