Southern California is experiencing heavy rainfall which has created dangerous driving conditions and flooding concerns in certain areas.
The downpour hit hard and fast earlier in the afternoon with inches of water accumulating on the roads.
Major streets and neighborhood roads have become submerged, causing a difficult commute for drivers during rush hour.
The saturated ground from previous storms has exacerbated the problem, overwhelming storm drains and causing fast-moving water levels in the LA river to rise.
Homeless encampments along the banks of the river have also been warned to be cautious as the situation could turn into a swift water rescue.
While there has been a break in the rain, more rainfall is expected through to tomorrow.
Drivers are advised to take it slow and be careful of potential hydroplaning and fender benders.