Mother Nature 1, Springboard 0.
how strong were they winds wednesday in southern california? Video captured the chaos when one of the strong gusts that tore through the area throughout the afternoon ripped through the backyard of a home in Pico Rivera.
The wind knocked over the family’s large trampoline, then tossed it onto the roof of the house and into nearby power lines.
Authorities in Wyoming had to issue a warning and close roads due to high winds.
The blast also toppled a portable basketball hoop and a recycling bin.
High winds knocked down trees Wednesday in several neighborhoods, including Northridge, Inglewood, Glendale, Brentwood and Laurel Canyon.
No serious injuries were reported.
The Los Angeles Water and Power Department said it had been responding to outages, many caused by wind and falling trees, for several days as a series of storms brought light. rain, snow and wind in southern California.
The utility company was still working Wednesday to fully restore power to customers who had lost power in previous storms.
A wind advisory was in effect Thursday until 4 a.m. in the Santa Clarita, San Fernando, Antelope and San Gabriel valleys with wind gusts reaching 50 mph.
The incident happened near Levi Stadium.
The Los Angeles County mountains were also under a wind advisory through Thursday morning, with winds up to 55 mph forecast.
Calmer conditions are expected throughout the weekend.
This story first appeared on Telemundo 52’s sister station NBCLA. Click on here to read this story in English.