Heavy rains caused minor flooding in parts of Los Angeles County yesterday evening, but Torrance saw none of it.
Areas like Boyle Heights faced clogged storm drains and high levels of water on residential streets. The National Weather service issued a flooding advisory for downtown L.A., Pasadena and Long Beach.
While here in the South Bay, temperatures continue to stay warm.
Today there was a high of 78 degrees and an expected low of 63 degrees. Tomorrow it will heat up a bit, with temperatures hitting a high of 80 degrees and a low of 65 degrees. And by Thursday you can expect a high of 78 and a low of 64 degrees.