Environment & Science

SoCal ends flash flood watch as thunderstorm probability looms

Grey clouds hang in Los Angeles skies.
Grey clouds hang in Los Angeles skies.
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Flash flood watches for inland areas of Southern California have expired but the chance of thunderstorms remains as a high pressure system accompanies a lingering heat wave.

Affected areas encompass Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego counties.

A fast-moving storm caused some flooding in rural San Bernardino County Friday, but little damage was reported. YouTuber george6900 caught footage of the flooding in Forest Falls, an unincorporated community in the county:

Forecaster Mike Webster tells City News Service monsoonal weather conditions which feed slow-moving thunderstorms are likely to continue through the next couple weeks.