The Los Angeles area is experiencing continuous rainfall on March 22, 2023.
KTLA 5 weather anchor, Kirk Hawkins, has reported that scattered showers will continue across Southern California throughout the day.
The Max Doppler radar shows a significant band of precipitation moving through Port Wine Amy, Oxnard, Camry O, and Santa Clarita.
The areas of Malibu, Los Angeles, and Westlake in the LA basin will experience heavy downpours.
Clermont, Upland, Pomona, Ontario, and Rancho Cucamonga will also experience heavy rain throughout the afternoon and evening.
Current conditions are cloudy and cool, with temperatures at 58 degrees at LAX, 56 degrees in Santa Ana, and 28 degrees in Big Bear.
Flood watches and flood advisories are in effect until 5 pm, and winter storm warnings have been issued for the mountains.
The high surf advisory will continue until 5 am tomorrow morning, with coastal flood advisories in Ventura County.
The rain is expected to taper off overnight, and the area should start to dry out by Thursday, with a slight chance of rain on Tuesday.
The inland areas will reach temperatures of 65 degrees, and Orange County inland areas will reach 57 degrees.