Parts of Southern California could see 3 to 6 inches of rain and as many as 10 inches in some places. Strong winds and rain will begin far in advance of the storm arrival, according to the National Weather Service.
Director of the Department of Social Services, Kim Johnson: “Check in on your neighbors. We are stronger together.”
Caltrans Director Tony Tevares: "2,000 workers have turned to 12-hour shifts to ensure 24/7 readiness as debris and flooding are inundate roads."
Both branches (Colorado Blvd. and Hastings Ranch) will be closed on Sunday, August 20.
More Sunday Closures:
- Hoopla Emporium (2591 N Fair Oaks Ave., Altadena)
- Nomad Ice Pops (415 S Mission Dr, Unit A, San Gabriel)
- My Zero Waste Store (25 S El Molino Ave., Pasadena)
State Deputy Adjutant General Col. David L. Kauffman: "The Coast Guard has personnel and 22 high-water vehicles on standby to assist with rescues."
If you are concerned about loved ones in state-run long-term care facilities, the statewide long-term care ombudsperson hotline can be reached at 800-231-4024.
The City of Alhambra announced that the Certified Farmers Market will still be open on Sunday, August 20, from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm!
The City of Sierra Madre closed Bailey Canyon Trail and Mt. Wilson Trail on Saturday evening, August 19, 2023, in anticipation of the arrival of Tropical Storm Hillary.
An Emergency Shelter at Pasadena's Villa Parke Community Center (363 E. Villa St.) will open on Sunday, August 20, at 9:00 am. For more information about the shelter, call (626) 744-6530.