Tropical storm Lidia rages on the border with southern California

Tropical storm Lidia rages on the border with southern California

Bad weather can ruin a labor Day many residents of southern California. To replace the extreme heat will come to the region heavy rainfall. High humidity and stormy weather will bring tropical storm Lidia, which is currently raging in the South of Baja California, Mexico.

Thunderstorms with heavy wind are expected in some parts of the Golden state Sunday night and Monday afternoon. Due to heavy rains in places of possible flash floods.

To 22:00 Sunday counties Los Angeles, Ventura and orange remains in force the warning about the extremely high temperatures — the thermometer here does not fall below 37° C, and the probability of precipitation is 30%.

A chance of shwrs/tstms this aftn for parts of SEAZ due to increased moisture from #Lidia. Isol’d precip psbl again Sun/Mon aftns. #azwx

— NWS Tucson (@NWSTucson) September 2, 2017

To 23:00 in the mountainous districts of Los Angeles and Ventura possible heavy wind.

Thunderstorms will cover the valleys of the Inland Empire with a probability of 40%. Forecasters urged residents to avoid staying on the street due to poor air quality, ruined intense Bush fire.

In the coastal, desert and mountainous areas of the state rainfall is expected with a probability of 30-50%, respectively. The temperature here will be kept in the range of 23-27°C.