STUDIO CITY, CA – A powerful rainstorm shattered many records across California on Monday, and Pacific Palisades was not spared.
The California Nevada River Forecast Center, a collaboration between the National Weather Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, did not give totals for each city, but Burbank recorded 0.56 inches from 8 a.m. Monday to 8 a.m. Tuesday, and Van Nuys reported 0.41 inches. .
In contrast, in October 2020, the LA Almanac reported 0 inches of rain in Van Nuys.
While Southern California wasn’t congested like Northern and Central California – where an atmospheric Category 5 river and bomb cyclone caused flash flooding, power outages, orders to evacuation, freeway closures and more – the NWS still issued a flood advisory for Los Angeles County. , and several records were set.
Los Angeles International Airport recorded a total of 0.39 inches, surpassing the record of 0.51 inches set in 1951, according to the National Weather Service. Long Beach Airport, which saw 0.13 inches of rain, also broke a record 0.08 inches set in 2010.
Still, no major power outages, flooding or evacuation orders have been reported in Los Angeles County. The rest of the week is expected to be sunny and warm, with highs reaching the upper 80s and lower 90s in the San Fernando Valley on Thursday.
In Studio City, temperatures are expected to rise to 72 on Tuesday and peak at 91 on Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. Strong winds of up to 15 mph are forecast through Thursday.