Listen: John Baird KNX, Long Beach And Orange County discussed on KNX Programming
"More often can extend seventy NewsRadio drying out. No sign of rain today. Plenty of sunshine. We're going to have some partly cloudy skies to begin the day but sunshine coming by late morning. Look for highs today cooler highs in the mid to upper sixties for Friday night, mostly clear, lows upper forty s into the mid fifty s and for Saturday sunny and a little warmer. Highs in the mid sixty s to around seventy degrees in by Sunday. Partly cloudy and warmer. Still highs from the midst. Sixties into the low seventies. Fifty three degrees in Long Beach. Fifty four degrees in German oaks, and Santa Monica fifty nine degrees at two seven. There are still remnants of our big storm over some places in southern California. But it's it's high. It's set a record in downtown LA one point nine inches of rain fell washing away, the previous record set in nineteen Ninety-seven flooded streets parking lots it looked like swimming pools and saturated hillsides in the burn areas. The storm that ruled the Orange County really left it tomorrow, the torrential rain caused a real mass drivers flying through some intersections set sheets of water high into the air waves rippling across the gutters. And over sidewalks some sad enough already. It's awful. I hate it. They're flooded everywhere. Coming dry in Irvine a roof collapsed in an industrial park. Command working there said it was scary. We heard the loudest craziest crash and immediately water was flooding right in through the hallway. They'd thought a tree had come down on the building. Meantime, the storm which seemed much more intense than anyone expected forced to Thorndike's to order people out of the holy fire. Burn area. Now, everyone is just hoping the waterlogged hillside stay intact and don't give way in the OC. John Baird KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Passengers are told to brace themselves. Is there a southwest flights? Get it off the rain slick runway at Burbank. Hollywood airport frightening."