Bonnie Bartling

Weather Specialist, National Weather Service

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Weather specialist with the National Weather Service

Bonnie Bartling on KCRW

Caltrans  closed portions  of the Angeles Crest Highway and Big Tujunga Canyon Road last night to prepare for today's rainstorm and what's expected later this week.

LA Braces for Major Rain Storm

Caltrans closed portions of the Angeles Crest Highway and Big Tujunga Canyon Road last night to prepare for today's rainstorm and what's expected later this week.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Major  fires  have been burning all day in the San Fernando Valley, risking lives and property, causing evacuations, massive traffic jams and extensive air pollution.

Fires Blaze in East Valley and Porter Ranch

Major fires have been burning all day in the San Fernando Valley, risking lives and property, causing evacuations, massive traffic jams and extensive air pollution.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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