According to the National Weather Service, LA County is forecasted to get 1-2″ of rain at the coast and valleys with 2-4″ forecasted for the foothills and mountains. The storm will move into LA County beginning Thursday night 12/11 and continue through Friday 12/12. A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for Los Angeles County burn areas and will be in effect until Friday evening. The heavy downpour will bring a threat of mud and debris flows near the recent burn areas in foothill communities. Possible thunderstorms are expected. Use caution and be prepared!
On November 6, members of the Los Angeles County Fire Department Family Support Group gathered with Fire Chief Daryl Osby and special guests at the County of Los Angeles Fire Museum in Bellflower to celebrate 30 years of providing support and comfort to surviving members of our Department’s fallen.
Laura Herman, widow of Fire Fighter Steve Herman and the group’s current coordinator, accepted a commemorative gift from the Fire Chief, along with his thanks for serving fellow Fire Department families for three decades. “We will never forget your sacrifices,” he said. Read More