A dusting of snow covers the docks on Lake Arrowhead today (Tuesday). Lower-than-usual temperatures in the mountains and in the Inland Valleys are expected to persist for the rest of the week into next weekend.
Colder-than-usual temperatures and occasional snow flurries in the mountains will dominate Inland Empire weather for at least the rest of this week. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
Some daytime showers and overnight temperatures at or just below freezing are in the forecast for the Inland Valleys for the next couple of days. In the mountains, blowing snow, strong winds, and overnight lows in the teens are in the forecast for at least the first part of this week. More on what's expected from Inland Empire weather from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
With temperatures in the 80s and wind gusts expected to reach or exceed 60 mph in the inland valleys and local mountains, the National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Warning and a Red Flag Warning for increased wildfire danger throughout the region today (Monday). More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
Some 150 homes that were in last fall's Canyon Fire burn area in southwest Corona are under mandatory evacuation orders because of the risk of damaging mudflows and debris from the hills above those homes. KVCR's Ken Vincent has more.
Voluntary evacuation orders were issued yesterday for residents of south Corona who's homes are in the Canyon Fire burn area. The Canyon Fire burned 2,600 acres last fall, and there is concern that today's heavy rain could cause flooding and mudslides that would put homes in the burn area in danger. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
After a hot, dry 2017, the Inland Empire is finally going to get some significant rain this week - and our local mountains will get some snow accumulation - as a wet weather system moves across Southern California tonight through tomorrow. Details on what to expect from KVCR's Ken Vincent.