A spring rainstorm put a crimp in outdoor activities around the Inland Empire yesterday (Sunday), and weather forecasters say more wet, chilly weather is in store for the region. KVCR's Ken Vincent has more.
Although you might not believe it looking at Inland Empire weather conditions today (Thursday), some Forecasters say the storm that will barrel through the IE tomorrow (Friday) could provide some of the wettest, windiest, and potentially more dangerous weather conditions that we've experienced in this part of Southern California in years. KVCR's Ken Vincent has details.
In an effort to obtain relief funding, Riverside County supervisors formally approved an emergency declaration related to the recent damaging winter storms that battered the region. KVCR's Brandon Gunzel has more.
High wind warnings are in effect for the inland valleys and mountains until tomorrow afternoon, and temperatures will be quite chilly for the next day or two, before conditions calm down and warm up heading into next week. KVCR's Ken Vincent has the weekend weather forecast.