A fire in Agua Dulce, dubbed the Poppy Fire, broke out Wednesday afternoon. Habeba Mostafa/ The Signal

Poppy Fire nearly contained 

The brush fire that began in Agua Dulce Wednesday afternoon had reached 98% containment as of Thursday afternoon, with its estimated acreage revised downward from 150 acres to 86 acres due to updated mapping, according to Los Angeles County Fire Department representative Kaitlyn Aldana.  Aldana said firefighters were able to increase the fire containment from 58% to 98% on Thursday.

A pony stands in the snow near Gorman Elementary School in Gorman, Calif., on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2023.

Forecasters: SCV gets storm’s last snow day

The Santa Clarita Valley experienced its final snow day at the end of the winter storm traveling through on Wednesday afternoon.   On Wednesday, parts of the Santa Clarita Valley experienced

Canyon Country resident Kendell Williams walks with his daughter Katrina, 4, in the rain at the Santa Clara River Biking Trail on Sierra Highway in Canyon Country, Calif., on Friday, Feb. 24,, 2023.

Lighter storm expected to hit through Wednesday 

SCV to experience more rain after major weekend storm and some snow  The National Weather Service anticipates another storm to hit Los Angeles County through Wednesday. However, the NWS described

NWS: Snow likely in parts of SCV

Meteorologists with the National Weather Service are forecasting winter weather, which includes the possibility of snow, during this week’s storm that is expected to hit the Santa Clarita Valley.   The

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55 mph gusts result in high wind warning for SCV

The National Weather Service issued a high wind warning for the Santa Clarita Valley on Thursday, lasting until 6 p.m.   Santa Clarita is forecasted to experience northeast wind speeds of

SCV cold weather alert extended

News release  The Los Angeles County health officer is issuing a cold weather alert due to the National Weather Service’s forecast for low temperatures in areas including the Santa Clarita

Rain soaks SCV, improves outlook for reservoirs

Weather officials called the approximately 1.25 inches of rain received over the weekend “the last hurrah” for January, with the forecast looking dry for the rest of the month.   However,

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SCV in flood advisory for second rainy weekend

Don’t put those umbrellas away yet, the rain is back for another weekend in Santa Clarita and a flood advisory by the National Weather Service is in place, effective until