Threat of Thunderstorms, Heavy Rain For Glendora

Photo by Aaron Castrejon.

The National Weather Service predicts up to one and a half inches of rain Thursday, May 14, prompting Glendora to cautiously raise the Alert Status to yellow.

The rain expected to come is being described as “unseasonably cold.” Rain could hit the San Gabriel Valley by Thursday afternoon into Friday with the potential to bring up to one and a half inches of rain per hour, the NWS said.

The chance for rain on Thursday is 70 percent. The rains are expected to last through Friday, when the chance for rain increases to 80 percent. A slight chance of thunderstorms is expected for Friday as well.

The San Gabriel Mountains could expect four to eight inches of snow, the NWS said.

Showers are expected to dissipate by Friday night.

Yellow Status
A yellow status means:

  • No evacuation orders in effect.
  • Rain-related parking restrictions in effect.
  • Residents directed to remove vehicles, trash bins and other obstructions from streets and/or travel lanes as they will be subject to tow or removal by authorities.
  • No restricted entry to impact area/potentially impacted areas.

Saturday is expected to be mostly sunny.