SIGNAL FILE PHOTO: High winds blow palm trees in the Santa Clarita Valley. Dan Watson/The Signal

Gusts of wind expected until Tuesday  

You can finally put those umbrellas away but keep a coat nearby, as winds will be as strong as 60 mph throughout early this coming week, according to National Weather Service officials.   The cause of the winds is “a pressure difference, much higher pressure over Nevada than there is on the southwest of California coast,” said David Sweet, meteorologist with

The Santa Clarita Aquatic Center filled with locals attempting to stay cool amidst the blazing heat on Saturday, July 1, 2023. Habeba Mostafa/ The Signal

Summer heat arrives in SCV 

The summer heat has made its way to Santa Clarita, hitting a high of 102 degrees on Saturday.   By Rylee Holwager and Trevor Morgan  Signal

May showers bring May flowers? 

Just when the warmer weather hit the Santa Clarita Valley, a rainstorm is now headed toward the valley, forecasted to begin late Tuesday afternoon and

NWS: Rain, wind and cold coming to SCV 

The National Weather Service forecasted wind and cold temperatures in the region for Monday night and Tuesday morning.   A “high wind warning” was issued for the

A couple huddles under an umbrella as heavy rain falls on the Best Buy parking lot in Saugus on Tuesday, 032123.

Spring brings showers to SCV  

The first day of spring stayed true to the saying and brought showers to the Santa Clarita Valley on Tuesday that have a chance of