The ground stop at LAX was lifted as a strong storm continued to batter Southern California
LOS ANGELES (KABC) — A temporary ground stop was lifted at Los Angeles International Airport Monday night as another strong storm battered southern California, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
“Departures to Los Angeles International are being suspended due to wind,” the FAA said in a previous statement.
The grounding applied to departures from the ZLA Air Route Traffic Control Center, which covers parts of California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona. It was lifted around 8:15 p.m
Heavy rain fell across southern California as the storm system moved across the region, prompting strong winds, flood watches and evacuation warnings for some residents.
A flash flood warning was issued for southwest Los Angeles County through midnight Monday, when heavy rain fell, bringing between 1 and 2 inches beginning around 6:30 p.m. with a possible 1 to 2 inches more in the area.
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