UPDATE: Multiple roads still closed after flooding

Also, power restored to all SCE customers in Palm Springs

Storm Closes roads in Palm Springs and Cathedral City.

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - UPDATE: Frank Sinatra Drive is now open. 

UPDATE: The latest figures from Southern California Edison indicate that power has been restored to all customers in Palm Springs. 

UPDATE: Palm Springs Police Department says that Golf Club Drive at the Wash is now open. 

UPDATE: Imperial Irrigation District reports that all power has been restored in the cities of La Quinta and North Shore.  If you still have no power, please check your main breaker and call 800-303-7756.

Latest information on road closures in Palm Springs

Araby Drive, and  Indian Canyon Drive  are closed at the Wash due to flooding in Palm Springs.

Drivers should avoid the areas.  Palm Springs police and firefighters are responding to the flood conditions.

Southern California Edison also says that nearly 375 SCE customers were without power in the area of Sunrise Way and Alejo Road in Palm Springs on Friday.  SCE says the cause is unknown.  It was first reported at 4:22 p.m.  Crews are working  to repair a downed power pole on Alejo Road between Plaza Amigo and Hermosa Drive.

The Cathedral City Public Works Division closed Cathedral Canyon Drive at the Whitewater Wash south of Dinah Shore Dr and north of East Palm Canyon Drive due to flooding as well.

70th Ave. and Harrison Street in Thermal is closed due to power poles down in the roadway, says CHP. 

KESQ & CBS Local 2 will bring you more information when it's available.

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