One last wave of rain sweeps through SoCal overnight and there’s a good chance thunderstorms will develop.
If that happens, strong gusts of wind, hail and flash flooding are possible.
There’s also a chance that a waterspout or a small tornado may form.
The wave will arrive in Ventura County around one or two in the morning and then slowly move into LA County, around four or five in the morning.
This last wave appears to move out of the area before the morning commute begins in the OC and IE. But, there’s a bit of uncertainty in computer models, so stay tuned to Spectrum News 1 for the latest forecast beginning at 5 a.m.