NEWS SAN BERNARDINO WEATHER

San Bernardino Fire Crews Rescue Dog From Storm Drain

San Bernardino County Firefighters rescued a dog from storm drain Monday afternoon. The one-year old Australian German Shepard named Seamus ran away from his owner during a walk. Before the owner could grab him, Seamus found his way into a flood control basin and began floating downstream in fast moving waters. An employee at a Read More…

NEWS SAN BERNARDINO WEATHER

“Bomb Cyclone” Brings Street Flooding

The so-called “Bomb Cyclone” that hit the region brought street flooding Thursday morning. The storm is part of a series of three atmospheric river storms that are hitting California within the next week. The area saw significant rain on New Year’s eve, so the ground is already saturated. Weather forecaster warned of flash flooding across Read More…

LYTLE CREEK NEWS WEATHER

Three Victims Rescued from Rising Waters in Lytle Creek

The San Bernardino County Fire Department rescued three people from a Jeep Gladiator early Sunday morning in Lytle Creek. The victims got stuck after driving into the creek around 2:30am. Rescuers in swift water gear made their way to the stranded Jeep and brought the victims across the flowing creek one-by-one. The San Bernardino County Read More…

FONTANA NEWS RANCHO CUCAMONGA WEATHER

Dangerous Winds Blow Over Big Rigs and Topple Trees

The Inland Empire got hit with its first big Santa Ana windstorm of the season. Some areas recorded gusts of over 50mph. The chaos started in time for the Wednesday morning commute when a big rig got blown over in Rancho Cucamonga, leaning precariously against the cement wall on the Day Creek bridge. Winds continued Read More…