Henry DiCarlo, KTLA 5

Henry DiCarlo


Southern California, CA, United States

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Past articles by Henry:

Overnight showers give Southern California a taste of what’s to come

A winter storm brought showers to Southern California overnight, but forecasters say we can expect much heavier rain later this week. Showers remained mostly light to moderate with rain totals expected to reach between .25 and .6 of an inch by late Tuesday morning. We are expecting the rain to taper off Tuesday afternoon, possibly […] → Read More

Storm to bring scattered showers across Southern California Tuesday

A cold storm system is slated to bring scattered showers and low snow levels to Southern California Tuesday. Forecasters are calling for the majority of moisture from Tuesday’s storm to remain to our north and east but there is a good chance of measurable rain, around .10 of an inch, around the region. While some […] → Read More

Weather changes: Look for clouds, drizzle and rain in Southern California this week

Expect a change in the weather this week as clouds and drizzle make a possible return to the Southland Monday with a good chance of showers arriving Thursday or Friday. → Read More

Showers, thunderstorms coming to Southern California this weekend

Break out the umbrellas because rain is in the forecast this weekend for Los Angeles and Ventura counties, according to the National Weather Service. Showers and thunderstorms are expected Friday night and Saturday. Impacts of the incoming storm include brief heavy downpours with minor flooding possible, dangerous lightning and gusty winds, according to the Weather […] → Read More

It’s hot, but are cooler temperatures headed back to Southern California?

The Southland is in the middle of another heat wave but a much anticipated return to cooler weather is right around the corner. The afternoon high for downtown Los Angeles is expected to reach 92 degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday, while many other areas reach triple digits. An excessive heat warning is even in place […] → Read More

Friday forecast: Below-average temps heading into the weekend

Finally some relief from the heat! Below average temperatures are expected into the weekend. The winds are calm, there’s no humidity and no chance of thunderstorms, at least not in Los Angeles and Orange counties. It’s nice way to ease out of summer and into fall, Henry DiCarlo said. Expect morning clouds to ease into moderate conditions Friday and this weekend. → Read More

Remnants of Kay brings another chance of thunderstorms, flood watch to SoCal

Remnants of former Hurricane Kay brought heavy rain to Southern California Sunday and forecasters say that another chance of thunderstorms is on tap for Monday. A flood watch was issued through Monday evening for the Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside and San Bernardino county mountains, according to the National Weather Service. Palmdale, Lancaster, Acton, Mount Pinos, […] → Read More

Tuesday forecast: The heat is back

High temperatures are back in the forecast Tuesday, and it’s expected to be the hottest day of the week. An excessive heat watch is in effect in the Antelope Valley, where temperatures might range between 100 and 108 degrees in Lancaster, and 100 and 107 in Palmdale, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures are […] → Read More

Friday forecast: Hot inland temperatures, poor air quality

Look for hot temperatures and poor air quality for several inland areas Friday. Closer to the coast, air quality is likely to remain good to moderate. High pressure is expected to move away from the region over the weekend, leading to cooler conditions. Forecasters are calling for about a 5 degree drop in temperatures. → Read More

Thursday forecast: Slight cooling but still hot inland

Look for temperatures to cool slightly but remain around average Thursday. High pressure remains in control, meaning temperatures further inland will still remain on the warm side. Monsoonal moisture appears to be dissipating but there is still a slight chance of a thunderstorm or two over the mountains and deserts. → Read More

Wednesday forecast: Mild temps – for July – continue

Look for comfortable July weather to continue Wednesday under mostly sunny skies. Air quality is expected to remain mostly good along the coast. Conditions further inland will be unhealthy for sensitive groups. High pressure is expected to pick up some monsoonal moisture later this week, bringing a chance of thunderstorms to the region by Friday. […] → Read More

How to stay cool as SoCal braces for weekend heat wave

Southern Californians have enjoyed a break from the heat recently, but the forecasters are calling for temperatures to climb again this weekend. The warmest days are expected to be on Friday and Saturday as afternoon highs could reach 107 degrees in the Antelope Valley, according to the National Weather Service. Many valley, mountain and desert […] → Read More

Monday forecast: Sunny skies, mild temps

Look for sunny skies and comfortable temperatures around the Southland Monday. High pressure is breaking down over the region, allowing afternoon highs to cool by a few degrees. We are expecting some poor air quality for our inland mountain and foothill areas. Good conditions can be found near the coast. Hot temperatures are expected to return again for the weekend. → Read More

Friday forecast: Temperatures remaining around average

Look for temperatures to be warm but remain right around average Friday. High pressure is building over the region but a major heat wave is not expected for now. In fact, there is a chance that some monsoonal moisture will bring thunderstorms to the region next week. Air quality for Friday is expected to be mostly in the good to moderate range. → Read More

Tuesday forecast: Still hot ahead of midweek cool down

Look for another hot afternoon Tuesday but there is relief in sight. Forecasters are calling for a big midweek cooling trend. Afternoon highs should drop by about 10 degrees and return to average for the holiday weekend. Air quality is expected be poor on Tuesday as many inland areas brace for unhealthy conditions. → Read More

Friday forecast: Hot weekend temps

Look for hot temperatures to continue on Friday and through the weekend. Air quality will be mostly in the moderate range, with unhealthy air for sensitive groups further inland. The monsoonal moisture that brought us thunderstorms earlier in the week has moved out of the region. Forecasters are calling for afternoon highs to climb even […] → Read More

Summer storm brings rain, thunder and lightning to SoCal

An overnight summer storm amid an ongoing heat wave brought rain, thunder and lightning to Southern California. The storm didn’t bring a lot of rain, but there were several brief, heavy downpours. Video showed impressive lightning strikes in the mountains above Sierra Madre early Wednesday morning. A chance of thunderstorms will continue through the […] → Read More

Monday forecast: The heat is back

Temperatures are heating up again Monday as high pressure builds over the region. Air quality will suffer under the intense heat, with many inland locations being unhealthy for sensitive groups. This extended heat wave will continue through the week and into the weekend. Forecasters are calling for monsoonal moisture to bring high humidity and a chance of thunderstorms Wednesday. → Read More

Tuesday forecast: Very hot conditions the rest of the week

Look for hot conditions Tuesday to continue for the rest of the week and into the weekend. Forecasters are calling for temperatures to increase by a few degrees each day for the next few days. An excessive heat watch is in place through Sunday as high pressure controls of the region. Air quality will also […] → Read More

Friday forecast: Morning clouds keep temps mild

Look for lingering morning clouds and mild temperatures Friday and Saturday. A low pressure system to our north is keeping afternoon highs cool but is not expected to bring any rain to the Southland. Air quality is will remain mostly in the moderate range around the region. A slight warming trend is forecast for early next week. → Read More