Over the last two days, the low-elevation areas of the SCV received approximately a half-inch of rain, with the measurement increasing as elevation does. Lucas Nava/The Signal

Stormy SCV weather to clear up in coming days

Santa Clarita Valley residents can expect brighter days ahead following yet another rainy weekend, according to the National Weather Service.  “We have an ongoing chance of showers this afternoon and small potential for thunderstorms,” said NWS meteorologist Lisa Phillips. “And then (Sunday night), partly cloudy, and then it’s looking like it’ll be mostly clear through Wednesday with warming temperatures.”  The

High winds buffet two American flags, a United States Marine Corps flag and a 101 Airborne Division, Screaming Eagles flag in front of a home in Castaic on Wednesday, 101123. Dan Watson/The Signal

NWS issues wind advisory for SCV 

The National Weather Service issued a wind advisory for the Santa Clarita Valley to go into effect Wednesday night until Thursday afternoon.   Specifically, from Wednesday

NWS issues heat advisory for SCV  

The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for the Santa Clarita Valley to be in effect from Thursday until Friday at 7 p.m.   The

Triple digit heat, showers and thunderstorms? 

The Santa Clarita Valley experienced triple-digit heat on Saturday and, in an unexpected turn of events, is expected to experience thunderstorms later Saturday night, according

SCV to be under excessive heat watch 

The summer heat just keeps coming and with that another excessive heat watch has been issued for the Santa Clarita area by the National Weather

NWS: Tropical storm watch issued for SCV 

The National Weather Service issued a tropical storm watch for the Santa Clarita Valley on Friday — with locations affected including Castaic Lake, Castaic, Newhall

August rolls in hot  

As the Santa Clarita Valley rolls into August, the weather from July continues on. The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory from Saturday

Public Health extends heat advisory 

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has extended a heat advisory as meteorologists forecast high temperatures in various areas of the county, including

The sun continues to blaze, as temperatures soar throughout the summer. Habeba Mostafa/ The Signal

County discusses heat action plan  

While temperatures soar into the triple digits this week and multiple brush fires burn, L.A. County supervisors discussed plans for how the 4,084-square-mile area can