RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

National Weather Service

National Weather Service
A collection of news and information related to National Weather Service published by this site and its partners.

Top National Weather Service Articles

Displaying items 25-36
  • Hail storm moves through parts of Los Angeles

     
    A hail storm rolled across parts of Los Angeles on Friday morning following a rainy night. Though most of the rain has passed, forecasters said scattered showers and thunderstorms were possible in some areas. Residents in Brentwood, Hollywood and other......
  • Winter heat wave continues to set record high temperatures

     
    A late-winter heat wave continued Thursday, producing summer-like conditions and breaking additional temperature records across the region. A record high of 93 degrees was recorded at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, breaking the old record of 89 set in 1994,...
  • Wacky weather day in L.A.: First hail, then rainbows

     
    It started with rain. Then there was hail. Finally L.A.'s wacky weather day ended with rainbows that once again had people snapping photos....
  • More warm weather coming to Southern California

     
    Temperatures will be slightly cooler Thursday but inland areas of Southern California could still experience record highs, the National Weather Service said. Woodland Hills, which hit a record high of 94 on Wednesday, is expected to cool to 91 Thursday......
  • Storm brings rain to Southern California, snow to mountains

     
    A late winter storm is bringing rain and possibly thunderstorms to Southern California on Thursday and Friday, along with up to eight inches of snow in the mountains. Rainfall amounts will vary, with the potential for brief heavy downpours and......
  • Search for fugitive ex-cop has mountain towns on edge

     
    The bustling winter resort of Big Bear took on the appearance of a ghost town Thursday as surveillance aircraft buzzed overhead and police in tractical gear and carrying rifles patrolled mountain roads in convoys of SUVs, while others stood guard......
  • Ex-cop manhunt: Snowstorm may hamper Big Bear search

     
    As a cold winter storm moved toward the Big Bear area, residents Thursday evening watched and waited as authorities continued their search for a former Los Angeles police officer wanted in connection with a deadly shooting spree. Christopher Dorner, 33,.....
  • Riverside County fire 40% contained, 2 structures damaged

     
    Firefighters faced hot, windy conditions Friday as they worked to contain a fire burning in Riverside County that has damaged one home and one other structure....
  • Dorner manhunt: No new signs as officials vow to continue search

     
    Authorities combing Big Bear found no new signs of Christopher Dorner overnight, but vowed Friday morning to continue searching until they found the ex-police officer or knew definitely he had left the area....
  • Interstate 5 on Grapevine opens to traffic after snow closure

     
    A portion of Interstate 5 on the Grapevine was gradually opening to traffic Friday morning, more than five hours after it was closed because of winter weather....
  • Dorner eludes manhunt as snow, cold intensify in Big Bear

     
    Fat snowflakes kept falling and temperatures dropping in Big Bear Friday afternoon, but officials said the intensifying weather hasn't slowed efforts to find the fugitive ex-police officer sought in series of shootings....
  • Scooby Doo, scared by white stuff (not ghosts), moves Sands Event Center show

     
    Cartoon character Scooby Doo and his friends aren’t afraid of confronting white apparitions such as ghosts, but another white substance has caused the crime-fighting dog to reschedule his stop at Sands Bethlehem Event Center. Snow. The impending...