Friday Top of the Scroll: Hurricane Hilary is bearing down on Southern California. What’s your flood risk?
Brace yourself: Hurricane Hilary is expected to dump a lot of rain on Southern California on Sunday and Monday. In the latest forecast from the National Weather Service, Hilary is projected to make landfall as a tropical storm in the Baja California peninsula over the weekend, then move in a north to northwest direction up the coast. Eastern Los Angeles County could see some rain, starting with light showers, as early as Saturday evening. The rainfall is expected to spread throughout the county Sunday.
- The New York Times: Hurricane Hilary map: Tracking storm path as it approaches southern California
- Axios: Hurricane Hilary now Category 4 storm on path to Southern California
- GV Wire: Rain, potential flooding suddenly appear in the Fresno forecast
- ABC 7 – Bay Area: Hurricane Hilary 2023 - Track current path as it moves toward Southern California, San Francisco Bay Area
- CBS News: How to prepare for hurricane season, according to weather experts