Until 7:45 p.m. PDT, a Flash Flood Warning, encompassing Los Angeles including areas such as Downtown Los Angeles, Long Beach, Glendale, and portions of Ventura County, has been issued by the National Weather Service.

In preparation for the impending landfall of Hurricane Hilary, California Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency for a considerable portion of Southern California, as reported by ABC News.

Amidst this, a captivating image capturing the Los Angeles Dodgers stadium parking submerged in floodwaters has taken social media by storm. As heavy rainfall drenched the area amidst the Hilary Hurricane, the snapshot of the flooded parking area swiftly went viral, sparking discussions about the dual impacts of extreme weather events on major sports venues.

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Before and after images of Dodgers stadium:

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The powerful image showcases the stadium’s parking lot transformed into a temporary water expanse, reflecting the challenges posed by intense rainfalls exacerbated by the Hilary Hurricane. The photo’s widespread circulation underscores the ability of social media to shed light on the often-unpredictable consequences of weather and climate fluctuations.

The flooding incident, occurring amidst the backdrop of the Hilary Hurricane, serves as a poignant reminder that even iconic venues like the Los Angeles Dodgers stadium are not immune to the forces of nature.

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This stark visual representation of the stadium’s submerged parking area underscores the importance of infrastructural resilience in the face of changing weather patterns and the need for adaptive measures to mitigate potential damage.