Listen: Orange County, California And Addy Lovato discussed on KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson
"A little bit of a storm goes a long way in southern California. Just some sprinkles. Left in the overnight hours with lows in the forties, then clearing to partly cloudy skies and pretty dry by the morning sunshine in the afternoon. Tomorrow. Temperatures getting up into the upper sixties it should be sunny this weekend and into next week temperatures getting a little bit warmer as well. We'll have more in your five day forecast. Just minutes away at eleven fifteen Westminster fifty three degrees right now. It is fifty three as well in Pasadena and Anaheim has fifty six Addy Lovato's seven just some remnants of the storm over places in southern California at this point. But earlier it did set a record downtown Los Angeles one point nine inches of rain fell washing away. The previous record set back in nineteen Ninety-seven. We begin our in depth team coverage with Weather Channel meteorologist, Mark sibito. Still looking at flash flood watch till midnight for Orange County. But in general things are a whole lot better than they were earlier still looking at some light rain across mainly the eastern parts of listening area from San Bernardino on mission. Viejo this is going to be moving out or diminish. As we head through the night. Watch though for standing water on the roadways Atkin present a danger. During the nighttime hours is it's much more difficult to see flooded streets parking lots looked a lot like swimming pools and saturated hillsides in the burn areas. The storm that rolled through Orange County really left its Mark the torrential rain caused a real mess drivers flying through."