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Tracking Hilary: Live radar, weather models, and storm warning maps

Tropical Storm Hilary is set to make landfall Sunday afternoon, with parts of Southern California directly in its path.

CALIFORNIA, USA — Tropical storm Hilary has crossed into California.

Heavy rains will persist for the rest of the day in Southern California as the storm moves north after making landfall along the Baja California coast around 11 A.M. Sunday. The region has already been subject to flooding, severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings, gusts over 60 mph, and even an earthquake as the storm continues to bring major impacts to the state. 

Periods of heavy rain and strong wind gusts will continue through the overnight hours before the region sees relief on Monday. A tropical storm warning remains in place.

Expect cloud cover and some humidity on Sunday in Northern California before the main impacts of Hilary move in on Monday, which will generally consist of light rain, cloud cover and high humidity.

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Live Radar: Track Hilary and the storm

ABC10 meteorologists set up the following graphics showing the path of Tropical Storm Hilary and the status of the Tropical Storm Warning in Southern California. It'll rotate through different graphics throughout the day. View the updating livestream below. 

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Tropical Storm Warning Map

Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for Apple and Lucerne Valleys, Coachella Valley, Orange County Coastal Areas, Orange County Inland Areas, Riverside County Mountains, San Bernardino County Mountains, San Bernardino and Riverside County Valleys-The Inland Empire, San Diego County Coastal Areas, San Diego County Deserts, San Diego County Mountains, San Diego County Valleys, San Gorgonio Pass Near Banning, and Santa Ana Mountains and Foothills

View the map from San Diego County below for a visual on the warning areas (You may need to Zoom out). If you have trouble with embedded map, click HERE.

Live Radar

For only live radar images, view the map from the National Weather Service below.


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