Hilary Headed Our Way – Unprecedented Storm Expected to Hit Malibu, L.A. County  Sunday and Monday
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Hilary Headed Our Way – Unprecedented Storm Expected to Hit Malibu, L.A. County Sunday and Monday

An unprecedented storm system, Hurricane Hilary, is headed to Southern California. This is first tropical storm to hit the region in more than 80 years.

Public safety officials say to expect lot of rain, fierce winds, potential heavy, damaging surf, flash flooding, debris flows in the burn scar areas, including older burn scars areas from the Woolsey Fire even though the area has seen significant re-growth with recent uptick in consistent moisture since earlier this year.

Officials are predicting dangerous rip currents at L.A. County Beaches Sunday and Monday.

Excessive rain produced flooding as a result of burn scars shortly after the Woolsey Fire. Officials are predicting that in spite of a significant regrowth and plenty of moisture earlier this year, flooding could occur again in these area.


In anticipation of Hurricane/Tropical Storm Hilary, L.A. County Fire Department officials told Malibu Daily News they will “have augmented staffing in place from this weekend into next week, with resources ready for tactical deployment. This will include additional engines, heavy equipment, swiftwater teams, firefighters, and lifeguards on duty”.

CalTrans is expecting to be busy as well especially in canyon areas which should be navigated with extreme caution as the heavy rains loosens rock and boulders sending them into the roadways.

Officials expect dangerous conditions on canyon roads due to the impending storm expected to make landfall on Sunday.

Sandbags available at local fire stations, however limited sand is available:

Fire Station 72, 1832 Decker Rd., Malibu, CA 90265 – 310.457.6186

Fire Station 88, 23720 W. Malibu Rd., Malibu, CA 90265 – 310.456.2812

Fire Station 71, 28722 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, CA. 90265 – 310.457.2578

Storm details will be updated as soon as they are available.


August 18, 2023

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Editor in Chief, Cece Woods

Malibu Daily News Editor in Chief Cece Woods founded The Local Malibu, an activism based platform, in 2014. The publication was instrumental in the success of two ballot measures, seating three Malibu City Councilmen in 2016 and the supporting the top two vote-getters again in 2020.

During the summer of 2018, Woods exposed the law enforcement cover-up in the Malibu Creek State Park Shootings and a few short months later, provided the most comprehensive local news coverage during the Woolsey Fire attracting over 1 million hits across her social media platforms.