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Light rains continue in Ventura County, residents brace for heavy downpoursResidents are ready for a heavy downpour in Ventura County after hours of light rain. Residents near the ocean and the mountains are prepared for whatever the storm can bring, something that comes with life in the land.

Storm Watch: Atmospheric river intensifies, up to 250-375 miles wide of water vaporThe atmospheric river continues to intensify, up to 250-375 miles wide of water vapor. Mighty and courageous winds expected. Strong wind warning currently in effect. Heavy rains are expected early Tuesday morning in Los Angeles. Flood warning currently in place. Road closures and delays expected Tuesday morning.

Heavy rains persist in Santa Barbara CountyPersistent rain in Santa Barbara County has led authorities to infer that a flash flood warning may be coming. Flash flood monitoring is already in place and numerous evacuations have been issued in the area.

Heavy rains begin to fall in the San Fernando ValleyDesmond Shaw of Sky9 examines the heavy rains that are starting to fall in the San Fernando Valley.

Storm Watch: Heavy rain moves through Ventura County and is expected to hit Los Angeles overnightHeavy rains are heading towards Ventura County as heavy rain is expected to hit Los Angeles overnight with dangerous wind conditions and road delays.

Chargers host 2nd Annual Alumni Golf TournamentCurrent and former Chargers players, coaches and celebrities participated in the 2nd Annual Chargers Golf Tournament presented by CHLA.

Aaron Donald and Leonard Floyd after Rams 30-23 win over CardinalsAaron Donald and Leonard Floyd share their thoughts after the Rams’ 30-23 Monday Night Football win over the Arizona Cardinals.

Sean Mcvay and Matthew Stafford after Rams 30-23 win over CardinalsSean McVay and Matthew Stafford share their thoughts after the Rams beat the Cardinals 30-23 in a Monday Night Football thriller.

Storm watch: Showers approach Los Angeles late Monday evening and heavy rain is expected overnightThe first showers start to hit Los Angeles late Monday evening. Road closures and delays expected Tuesday morning with heavy rain expected overnight in Southern California. Strong wind warning with areas up to 70 miles per hour.

NWS reports 78 mph gust near LebecThe strong wind warning contains near Lebec and the Grapevine as the National Weather Service reports hurricane-level gusts to over 75 mph. Sara Donchey reports.

Storm Watch: Incoming storm is expected to bring heavy rain to southern California overnightKCAL9’s Olga Ospina examines the incoming storm that will bring heavy rain to Southern California in just a few hours. Winter storm warning in place across southern California mountains. Flood Watch in effect, may cause danger to areas of recent burns.

Intensifying rains in Santa Barbara area and mudslides are of urgent concernAs the rain continues to fall in Santa Barbara, an evacuation center is being prepared in addition to the measures taken by residents who are well used to the after-effects of a forest fire that has turned into a burn scar. A flash flood warning is issued for the area, with hundreds of residents displaced due to evacuation orders.

Storm Watch: Up To Nine Inches Of Snow Expected In Northern CaliforniaKCAL9 meteorologist Evelyn Taft breaks down the atmospheric river that continues to move towards southern California. Rain up to 9 inches expected near recent burn areas. Up to a foot of snow expected in the Sierra Mountains.

Firefighters at the scene of a multiple vehicle crash in Van NuysAt least two people involved in the crash were taken to a nearby hospital with injuries, in what appeared to be an incident involving four cars near Balboa Boulevard in Van Nuys.

Residents of Monrovia urged to evacuate amid burn scars concernsLight rains have started to fall in Monrovia, marking the start of a powerful winter storm.

Storm watch: heavy rains are expected overnight, road delays are expected Tuesday morningHeavy rain expected overnight over California. Heavy rains are approaching Ventura and will reach Los Angeles with road closures and delays expected for Tuesday morning.

National meteorological services advise against traveling along the vineHigh winds and slippery roads have raised concerns among drivers and officials.

Storm monitoring: winter storm warning, flood monitoring, road closures and delaysKCAL9’s Olga Ospina discusses the winter storm warning in effect in the mountains of Southern California with dangerously strong winds expected. Flood monitoring in place until Tuesdays. 1 to 3 inches of rain on the coast and in the valleys. 3-6 inches in the mountains and foothills. Road closures and delays expected Tuesday.

Storm monitoring: updating the atmospheric river with precipitation and snowfall totalsKCAL9 meteorologist Evelyn Taft breaks down the Pacific Powerhouse storm heading southern California with more than 5 inches of rain expected.

Sean McVay Sound after Rams 30-23 win over CardinalsSean McVay praises his team as the Rams beat the Cardinals 30-23 in a Monday Night Football thriller.

Storm watch: strong wind warning, gusts up to 50 mph expectedKCAL9’s Olga Ospina discusses the strong wind warning in place with wind gusts of up to 50 miles per hour tomorrow. The wind will continue to grow tomorrow but should slow down on Wednesday.

Coastal rains continue to fall in Ventura County as residents brace for the worstWhile some residents worry about mudslides, flash floods and all the storm-related worries in the area, others worry more about the strength of the ocean during a powerful storm.

Heavy rains begin to worry residents of Santa BarbaraThe people of Santa Barbara, while prepared, are warned to prepare for potentially imminent mudslides and flooding in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

Storm Watch: Conditions continue to worsen as storm moves through Los Angeles CountyWith northern California still hit by the worst of the powerful winter storm that heads south along the west coast, heavy downpours are expected to hit the Los Angeles area after midnight.


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