Light showers, mountain snow and gusty wind are expected in Riverside County again today as the second of two storms hits the region.
Rain may start falling in parts of Riverside County as early as tonight as a strong Pacific storm that is expected to bring heavy precipitation and potentially damaging winds in the coming days heads toward the region.
A storm headed into Southern California is expected to bring rain to parts of Riverside County starting this afternoon.
A winter storm will slide into Southern California tomorrow, producing moderate to heavy rain throughout western Riverside County, according to the National Weather Service.
Continuing light rain and gusty winds in portions of Riverside County today could cause problems for motorists during the morning commute, but both are expected to start tapering off this evening.
Gusty wind and potentially heavy rain are expected in various parts of Riverside County throughout the day today.
More rain and mountain snow at elevations as low as 4,000 feet are expected in Riverside County today as the final in a series of winter storms moves through Southern California.
County of Riverside activated its emergency operations center (EOC) at 9 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 22, to help coordinate the response to heavy rains and winds that affected the region.
The third in a series of powerful rainstorms is expected to hit the Riverside County as early as this evening, although some isolated showers are expected today.
RIVERSIDE – Multiple roads were closed throughout Riverside County today due to flooding and other storm-related hazards. The city of Menifee announced Bradley Road at the Salt Creek bridge; Cherry Hills Boulevard at Gross Pointe Drive; Matthews Road, between Menifee and Paloma roads; Menifee at Mapes Road; Menifee, between state Route 74 and Turtle Bay Lane; Ridgemoor […]