A significant storm has hit Southern California, creating flooding, road closures, and dangerous road conditions. Heavy rain and hail were reported, breaking records for this time of year. Another major storm is expected to arrive Saturday night, bringing even more severe weather, including potentially dangerous debris flows and flooding. Residents in at-risk areas are advised to prepare, and sandbags are available at various locations. The National Weather Service is warning of life-threatening impacts, and residents are advised to pay attention to flood advisories, watches, and warnings. Tips for driving in the rain are provided, including checking weather and road conditions, slowing down, and keeping a safe distance between vehicles. In the event of a flooded road or downed tree, non-emergency numbers are provided for reporting. LAist is closely following the situation and will update the story with accurate information as it becomes available. The community is encouraged to ask any climate emergency-related questions they may have. Residents are encouraged to sign up for emergency alerts to stay informed.