Listen: Orange County, L A Civic Center And Los Angeles discussed on KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson
"In the clear from the storm right now some showers left in orange and for the inland empire for the next few hours, though, she'd be gone by morning, though, overnight dropping down to the forty s in most parts of southern California a dry day tomorrow with sunshine by afternoon. Highs in the upper sixties it is fifty now in on -tario Canoga park has fifty three and it's fifty four at the L A Civic Center at nine seven storm set a new record in downtown, Los Angeles. We saw one point nine inches of rain nearly doubled. The previous record for this date set back in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven we'd be get our in depth team coverage with meteorologist Mark tibido. At the Weather Channel flash flood watch does continue till midnight for Orange County. Elsewhere things are looking a lot better. And even over Orange County. Just looking at some light rain the rest of LA county drying out generally, some areas of standing water are going to be a possibility during the overnight hours. That's from all the rain we had during the daytime. So be careful out there if you have to travel overnight, but in general things have quieted down considerably, Orange County got absolutely. Hammered by the storm leaving some residents worried about mudslides. Others tried to navigate the slick flooded roadways. Rain was really coming down by mid morning. And that force drivers to dial. It back on the freeways, and it also prompted authorities to order people out of the holy fire burning that mandatory evacuation is in place for residents within Tribus creek hard road closures affect attribute creek and rose canyon and the rain caused all kinds of problems in Santa Ana flooded streets floating. Manhole covers an elementary school parking lot that had practically turned into a swimming pool. I waited through it my booth. There was a roof collapsed on a business in Irvine and more flooding on PCH and south Laguna. But it was the heavy rain slamming into the burn areas that have."