Scattered showers are in store as a winter storm system continues to move through SoCal. Crystal Egger has the forecast for Friday, May 8, 2015
A cold spring storm brought wind, rain and rare May snow to Southern California, where flooded roads slowed traffic and weather conditions forced school closures in mountain communities.
A cold and unstable weather system will move into Southern California by late Thursday afternoon, bringing a chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Southern Californians along the coast are being warned to take shelter from "dangerous lightning" if they're on the beach.
This weekend will be mostly overcast and rainy as the bulk of a storm was expected to move in from the Pacific Northwest Saturday afternoon and stick around SoCal for the weekend.
Preparations were well underway Friday night for this weekend's coming storm.
San Bernardino prepares for snow fall this weekend, which could see 6 to 12 inches. Michelle Valles reports for NBC4 News at 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 27, 2015
A storm out of the Pacific Northwest was headed toward Southern California Friday, packing the potential to generate showers and snow as low as 3,500 feet throughout the weekend.
A cloudy morning as the weekend storm approaches, but mostly dry. Crystal Egger reports for Today in LA on Friday, Feb. 27 2015
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