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Heads Up: Flash Flood Warning, Stormy Weather In L.A. County

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Blue skies are turning gray in Los Angeles County this afternoon, and there are several warnings and watches in effect for the region for flash flooding and stormy weather.The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Central L.A. County, which is in effect until 7 p.m. The storm that is producing flash flooding in the area of Aliso Canyon to Littlerock will remain in the region with heavy runoff along with debris and mud on roadways, says the NWS.

Additionally there is a flash flood watch until 8 p.m. in SoCal, as well as a small craft advisory and high surf advisory for our local coastline.

Currently there is flooding in the Inland Empire, and rainfall in some parts of the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys.

Commuters beware: The NWS advises against driving over areas where water covers the roadway. Move to higher ground to cross safely.