Los Angeles Weather
Higher nighttime temperatures are in store.
It’s not summer yet—but it sure feels like it.
So much for the start of summer.
That ends one of the longest cold snaps in Los Angeles history.
Here are some of the best images of the phenomenal lightning show.
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By AccuWeather’s calculations, Downtown Los Angeles is on track to receive one month’s worth of rain this week alone.
In two days, nearly a month’s worth of rain fell in Downtown LA.
Rain is in the forecast this week.
With temperatures rising and humidity plunging, fire risk is high.
A month for the record books.
Downtown LA’s heat record was shattered well before noon
Evacuation orders are mostly lifted, but are still in place for a neighborhood impacted by the La Tuna Canyon fire.
Los Angeles is the most water-stressed city in the U.S.
High temperatures are breaking records, and flowers are blooming early.
A large section of the 101 is still closed and 17 people are dead in Santa Barbara County.
It’s a pitifully dry and freakishly hot winter so far.
For Angelenos, the once-in-a-blue-moon snowstorms were a "beautiful sight."
Though fire crews have made progress on the blazes in the Santa Clarita and Sylmar areas, the Thomas Fire in Ventura County has grown to be the fifth largest fire in the state’s recent history.
Thousands of residents were able to return last night as firefighters made progress battling the blaze.
Most of the mandatory evacuation orders, which drove as many 150,000 people out of their homes, have been lifted.
These photos capture the devastation of the fire, which is threatening thousands of homes in Sylmar, Lake View Terrace, and Sunland-Tujunga.
This week’s precipitation event is moderate and short lived, but that hasn’t stopped the snow from piling up at ski areas like Mammoth Mountain.
Temperatures could soar to 100 degrees or higher at Dodger Stadium.
Energy demand soared to a record-high Thursday amid a prolonged heat wave that’s now forecast to last for seven more days.