• Thunderstorms Cause Power Outages In Coachella Valley

    Thunderstorms caused more than a thousand Southern California Edison customers to lose power throughout the Coachella Valley Monday. The power loss began in the early morning hours as thunderstorms hammered the region. As of noon, 488 customers were still without power in Palm Springs, mostly in the area of Alexander Way and Via Miraleste, near […]

  • Palm Springs Records First Rain on June 23 Since at Least 1893

    Wednesday was the first time rain fell on this day in Palm Springs for at least the last 128 years, according to the National Weather Service. The weather service reported .03 of an inch of rain was measured at Palm Springs International Airport on Wednesday, and traces fell elsewhere throughout the Coachella Valley. No rainfall […]

  • Thunderstorms, Rain Arrive in Coachella Valley

    Thunderstorms brought rain to the Coachella Valley Wednesday, a rarity for summertime in the region. The National Weather Service reported .03 of an inch of rain had fallen at Palm Springs International Airport as of 4 p.m., with additional globules possible through about 7 p.m. Forecasters said the thunderstorms emanated from a low pressure system […]

  • Flooding Possible in Coachella Valley Amid Santa Ana Windstorm

    RIVERSIDE (CNS) – The slashing winds predicted Tuesday and Wednesday throughout Riverside County will be accompanied by rainfall in parts of the Coachella Valley, as a trough of low pressure off the Mexican coast spills into Southern California. “Typically strong (Santa Ana) winds are drying, but in this case, we are seeing moisture moving in […]

  • Rain, Hail Dumped on Riverside County in First Winter Storm

    RIVERSIDE (CNS) – The first storm of the winter season produced rain, hail and snow in parts of Riverside County Monday, but no highways were closed, and no major storm-related accidents were reported. Downpours started about 1 a.m. in the western county region and continued intermittently throughout the day, spreading east. Early in the afternoon, […]

  • Zeta leaves over 2.1 million customers without power and at least 5 dead after battering Gulf Coast

    (CNN) — At least five people have died and more than 2.1 million customers are without power Thursday after former Hurricane Zeta hit the Gulf Coast and rushed inland. Zeta — the 27th storm of the Atlantic hurricane season — made landfall in Louisiana as a Category 2 storm Wednesday before weakening to a post-tropical cyclone by Thursday afternoon. […]

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