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NWS Los Angeles 33m
Replying to @ChristiAnnHay
Thanks for the report.
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NWS Los Angeles 35m
Showers and Thunderstorms over the Los Angeles metro area. Strongest on near Sierra Madre and East Pasadena including I-210. Expect dangerous lightning, move indoors. Expected hail, gusty winds, and heavy downpours.
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NWS Los Angeles 42m
Replying to @Mommabearheart7
Any pictures? Probably hail. thanks Lori. Most likely a lot of hail. Thanks for the report!
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NWS Los Angeles 43m
View of the Fillmore/Santa Paula storm from Oxnard
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NWS Los Angeles 48m
Significant weather advisory for a strong thunderstorm between Santa Paula and Fillmore. Be prepared for gusty winds and hail on Highway 126.
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NWS Los Angeles 1h
Thunderstorm now between Santa Paula and Fillmore, moving from north to south, poised to move across Highway 126. Expect low visibility, heavy rain, gusty winds, and possible hail.
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NWS Los Angeles 1h
Showers developing over the area, moving from north to south, and thunderstorms are possible anywhere. Lightning has been observed over the Los Angeles and San Bernardino mountains. Be prepared for sudden heavy downpours and stopped traffic.
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NWS Los Angeles 2h
Good indicator of the unstable air mass overhead! Thanks for posting the picture.
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NWS Los Angeles 6h
Replying to @GarofaloWX
Hi Meredith! We did not take this from the office, it's actually an archived photo not from current weather.
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NWS Los Angeles 16h
High surf for the Central Coast through late Wednesday night. Elevated surf for the Ventura and L.A. County coastal areas. High rip current danger can be expected.
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NWS Los Angeles 24h
It looks like we could get another little dusting in the VTA mountains again tonight into tomorrow. With snow levels expected to drop to 5k, we should see a few inches on the peaks but we don't expect any issues on the Grapevine!
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NWS Los Angeles May 21
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Mrs. Farrell May 16
Awesome guest speaker today from bringing curriculum to life with a scientist! 💚💥🌎
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NWS Los Angeles May 20
Precipitation summary from our most recent storm event. The highest totals were seen at a few locations in the mountains north of the City of Santa Barbara where there were a few reports near 2 inches. (repost with legend on image)
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NWS Los Angeles May 20
Wondering about snow? Wrightwood Fire Station(6,000ft) observed snow at higher elevations. Mountain High Resort(7,000ft) received snow but nothing stuck to the ground. We also spotted snow on webcams like this one by Frazier Mountain IS!
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NWS Los Angeles May 20
Precipitation summary from our most recent storm event. The highest totals were seen at a few locations in the mountains north of the City of Santa Barbara where there were a few reports near 2 inches.
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NWS Los Angeles May 19
Replying to @ChristiAnnHay
Yes, more on the way but not as heavy as what occurred earlier.
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NWS Los Angeles May 19
Wet and stormy weather reported from beautiful Morro Bay today. Thanks for the photo! Morro Bay received 0.56" of rain today, as of 7 PM.
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NWS Los Angeles May 19
Replying to @massagekris
Thanks for the report and photo!
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NWS Los Angeles May 19
Replying to @adamthuss
Sorry about that, here's a link with the latest.
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