Remnants of Hurricane Kay still impacting parts of Tri-Counties
Potential flash flooding still a concern for Ventura County mountains until 10 p.m. Monday.
The remnants of a hurricane which created some rain, and thunderstorms in parts of the Tri-Counties over the weekend are still impacting parts of the region.
There's still some thunderstorm activity in Ventura and Los Angeles County mountains. There's a flash flood warning in effect for the mountain areas through 10 p.m. Monday, with the potential for locally heavy rainfall.
The impacts of what's left of the hurricane are expected to dissipate by Tuesday night, as the remnants drift into Mexico. The humid weather is projected to end Tuesday, with the coastal marine layer returning, and cooler temperatures by mid-week.