The city of Wildomar is warning residents to shelter in place during storm.
With storm systems expected to soak the area through early Tuesday, residents and businesses in flood-prone areas are urged to prepare for possible flooding and to drive with caution on wet, slick roads.
With the wet weather moving through the area and much of the ground already saturated, Valley News would like to remind residents to be safe and not to try and cross flooded roadways.
The first in a series of Pacific storms poised to deliver torrential rain, heavy mountain snow and gusty wind to Riverside County through early next week is expected to move into the region late tonight.
Rain and snow falling in parts of Riverside County may continue throughout the day today and possibly extend into the weekend as the latest in a series of winter storms takes its time exiting the region.
The last and strongest in a series of winter storms will hit Riverside County today with widespread rain, a slight chance of thunderstorms and snow down to around 5,000 feet.
Dense fog, rain, wind and snow are expected in Riverside County today as the second of three bouts of inclement weather this week hits the region.
The clear skies and warm temperatures of Sunday will give way to a triple-threat of winter storms this week, starting today, the National Weather Service said.
Dry, tranquil weather is expected to return to Riverside County today following the departure of a mild winter storm that brought showers and brisk winds to the region.
Rain may start falling tonight in much of Riverside County.