It will be wet and windy in parts of Southern California on Sunday, a day after an intense storm swept through the region.
“Another storm from the north will bring strong west winds and showers to Southern California,” said Danny Gregoria, a forecaster at the National Weather Service.
“The showers will be rather fast-moving, so not an all-day rain,” he said. “In fact, times of sun between the showers.”
On Saturday, the first storm of the season produced strong winds and thunder for some parts of Los Angeles and Orange counties, with brief heavy downpours and hail in La Habra, Brea, north Fullerton, Rowland Heights and Diamond Bar, according to the weather service.
Bursts of strong winds and lightning also hit parts of the Inland Empire. Downed trees and damage to electrical equipment from the winds knocked out power to thousands of residents, mostly in San Bernardino, according to Southern California Edison.
By Sunday morning, there were no major power outages reported across the region.
At 945 AM, thunderstorm over LA/Orange county border producing brief heavy downpours and small hail. Localized roadway flooding possible near Diamond Bar. #LArain #LAWeather #cawx #Socal pic.twitter.com/dnmODcTIHh
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) November 7, 2020