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Storm Watch: The rain continues in Los Angeles, heaviest rain at. 22:00 Thursday nightKCAL9 meteorologist Evelyn Taft is breaking down the current storm, which is expected to continue bringing heavy rainfall to southern California on Thursday night.

Storm Watch: Still rainfall is expected until kl. 22 Thursday night.KCAL9 meteorologist Evelyn Taft predicts the storm’s trajectory moving forward with snow levels expected to drop to nearly 4,500 feet on Friday, which could cause road delays. Gusts are expected to reach up to 60-65 miles per hour.

Storm Watch: Heavy rainfall in Los Angeles and snow over 8,000 feet in the mountainsKCAL9 meteorologist Evelyn Taft is investigating the heavy rainfall in Los Angeles, snow over 8,000 feet in the mountains and evacuation orders in recent burnt areas.

Storm Watch: High Wind Advisory and Flood Watch in Southern CaliforniaKCAL9 Meteorologist investigates current storm conditions with a wind warning and flood watch (area) in place in Southern California.

Storm Watch: Heavy rain and expected thunderstorms in Southern CaliforniaKCAL9 Meteorologist Evelyn Taft discusses the current storm in Southern California. Thunderstorms are expected Friday morning. The snow is expected to drop to 4500 ft. Friday.

Storm Watch: Heavy rainfall and possible thunderstorms in Southern CaliforniaKCAL9 meteorologist Evelyn Taft breaks down the storm details with heavy rainfall until early Friday: 1.5 – 3 inches at the coasts / valleys and 2 – 6 inches at the foot / mountains. Snow levels start at 8,000 ft. Thursday and will be at 4,500 ft. Friday.

Mandatory evacuation order issued for areas with binding fireA mandatory evacuation order is set to take place at 8pm on Thursday night in response to the rising intensity of the rainstorm. Earlier Thursday, a voluntary evacuation order was issued.

Storm Watch: Widespread constant rain over Southern CaliforniaKCAL9 meteorologist Evelyn Taft traces recent rainfall conditions over southern California. Wind advice and flood monitoring in force.

Monrovia residents are preparing for the threat of mudslides near Bobcat Burn areasResidents of Monrovia are preparing for potential mudslides near the burned areas of the Bobcat fire.

Two killed in shooting at Burlington store in North HollywoodA man who killed one woman and injured another in a shooting at the Burlington Coat Factory in North Hollywood on Thursday morning was shot dead by police.

Storm Watch: Widespread rain continues over Southern CaliforniaKCAL9 meteorologist Alex Biston is breaking down the widespread rain that continues through Ventura County across southern California to Orange County and the Inland Empire. Periods of heavy rain are expected until Friday morning. Flash Flood Watch in place in the latest fire area, including El Dorado and the Apple Fire combustion scar.

Storm Watch: Preliminary rainfall, heavy rainfall in Inland Empire and Orange CountyKCAL9 meteorologist Alex Biston discusses the preliminary amounts of rain in Southern California, heavy rain in the Inland Empire and Orange County, and the forecast for the storm, which is expected to move out of the area late Friday afternoon.

Storm Watch: Heavy rainfall and snow are expected in the mountains of Southern California.KCAL9 meteorologist Alex Biston discusses the incoming storm with periods of heavy rainfall expected until early Friday. The coast / valleys are expected to receive 1.5 – 3 inches of rainfall, with 2-6 inches expected at the foot and mountains. Snow levels start at 8,000 feet on Thursday; 4,500 feet by Friday.

Storm Watch: Incoming Heavy Showers in Southern CaliforniaKCAL9 Meteorologist Alex Biston degrades the moving atmospheric river that brings heavy rainfall from Santa Barbara County to Santa Clarita Canyon. A Flash Flood Watch will be in effect through Friday afternoon in Orange County and in the Inland Empire.

CBSNLA: The Rundown (December 23rd Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.

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Evacuation warnings in place for Silverado Canyon in fire areaAnother atmospheric river storm was on its way into southern Norway on Thursday, which led to the risk of floods and mudslides in areas with wildfires. Candice Crone reports.

Preparations underway in LA Mission to feed thousands of homeless residents for ChristmasStaff and volunteers at the Los Angeles Mission are preparing for a Christmas party to feed thousands of homeless residents this holiday season.

LA City Leaders is suing the owner of the crime-ridden apartment buildingOn Wednesday, City Attorney Mike Feuer filed a nuisance lawsuit against the company that owns a crime-ridden apartment building in southern LA

Caltrans uses drones to measure storm damageWith a storm hitting Southland on Thursday, Caltrans is using a new tool to measure the potential damage that could be left behind.

Storm tracking hour by hour with Alex BistonAlex Biston follows the storm hitting Southern California today! Most of the rain was supposed to hit us this afternoon and until tonight, so if you have any last-minute errands to run, remember that!

Suspected of burglary wanted to kill Covina resident arrested after armed standoffA man suspected of shooting and killing a resident after a car burglary in a Covina neighborhood late Tuesday night was caught Wednesday afternoon after a four-hour standoff.

A sneak peek at Rose Parade FloatsHere’s a sneak peek at some of the designs in the floats at the upcoming Rose Parade in Pasadena.

Volunteers prepare Christmas party at LA Mission in Skid RowLos Angeles Mission chef Erik Grant speaks to CBS2 News this morning about the upcoming party preparing for the Skid Row Mission for those in need.


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