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Glendora Police Department
Wednesday January 18th, 2017 :: 08:31 a.m. PST


Weather Forecast

Weather Forecast:  A series of three storms will hit Southern California starting later today and going through Monday.  We could receive between 4”-6” of rain from all the storms.  There is also the possibility of thunderstorms.  Based upon this forecast, the city will be raising the alert level to Yellow.  We do not anticipate any significant problems.  However, as a precaution measure city departments such as public works, community services, and the police department will increase staffing and monitor the foothills.  In addition, our partners with the Los Angeles County Fire Department and Los Angeles County Public Works will also monitor the foothills.  If you live in the Colby Impact Area, please follow the Yellow alert protocols such as placing trash cans on the curb instead of the gutter, and keeping vehicles off of the street. 

It has definitely been a wet month.  For the past 30 days, city rain gauges have recorded the following rainfall amounts:

Loraine/Sierra Madre:  7.75”
700 N. Glendora:  6.95”
Foothill/Glendora:  8.07”
East side of the South Hills:  5.54”

Glendora Police Department
150 South Glendora Avenue
Glendora, CA 91741

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 626-914-8250

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