Southern California -- this just in

« Previous Post | L.A. NOW Home | Next Post »

Gusty winds diminishing, but red flag warning remains

Although the strong, gusty winds blowing across Ventura and Los Angeles counties began to diminish Saturday afternoon, a red flag warning will remain in effect into the evening.

Sustained winds up to 20 mph and gusts up to 40 mph over the last few days prompted officials to place the warning in effect for Saturday.

The winds had weakend by Saturday afternoon and officials planned to lift the warning at 6 p.m., the National Weather Service said.


Councilman Huizar's accident involved 3 cars, spokesman says

Bryan Stow at World Series game: Family declined public ceremony

Twitter, Facebook help LAPD identify women in 'Grim Sleeper' case

-- Stephen Ceasar

Comments () | Archives (0)


Recommended on Facebook


In Case You Missed It...


About L.A. Now
L.A. Now is the Los Angeles Times’ breaking news section for Southern California. It is produced by more than 80 reporters and editors in The Times’ Metro section, reporting from the paper’s downtown Los Angeles headquarters as well as bureaus in Costa Mesa, Long Beach, San Diego, San Francisco, Sacramento, Riverside, Ventura and West Los Angeles.
Have a story tip for L.A. Now?
Can I call someone with news?
Yes. The city desk number is (213) 237-7847.


Get Alerts on Your Mobile Phone

Sign me up for the following lists: