Southern California Braces for Heavy Rainfall in the Next Two Days
The Southern California region is preparing for another atmospheric river event that is expected to bring significant rainfall on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The National Weather Service has issued a plan that predicts up to 4 inches of rain in Woodland Hills.
This storm is expected to be more than just a little shower, with heavy rain lasting for 24 hours.
Strong winds are also expected in the mountains and interior areas of the region.
The atmospheric river event will peak on Tuesday and Wednesday, with some areas receiving up to an inch of rain per hour.
Flood advisories and flood watches will likely be issued as a result of the amount of rain expected.
The LA basin will see cooler temperatures and mostly cloudy skies before the storm hits, with temperatures dropping even further during the storm.
The San Fernando Valley will also see a chance of rain and cooler temperatures.
The storm is expected to move out of the region on Thursday, but another chance of rain is expected on Sunday.