Author: Weather Force

Light Earthquake Jolts Los Angeles Basin Monday Morning; On Newport-Inglewood Fault Zone

Light Earthquake Jolts Los Angeles Basin Monday Morning; On Newport-Inglewood Fault Zone

A magnitude 4.0 jolted the Los Angeles Basin on Monday morning, proceeded by a foreshock 30 minutes prior on the Newport-Inglewood Fault, part of a larger system, the San Andreas Fault.  Read on for details … At 4:44 am, April 5, 2021, a magnitude 4.0 jolted the Los Angeles area.  It was felt as far as the Inland Empire.  Alarms […]

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April 2021 Forecast For Southern California; A look Into The Summer Monsoon

April 2021 Forecast For Southern California; A look Into The Summer Monsoon

March 2021 ended with well below normal temperatures.  April will end with a seesaw pattern, which is quite typical of the month.  Temperatures and rainfall will fluctuate back and forth so for the full forecast on when that will be read on for details … April 2021 will signal the seesaw pattern.  A seesaw pattern is when the jet stream […]

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Santa Ana Wind Watch Issued For Tuesday into Wednesday Below Passes and Canyons; Fire Weather Warning Included

Santa Ana Wind Watch Issued For Tuesday into Wednesday Below Passes and Canyons; Fire Weather Warning Included

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Santa Ana Wind Watch effective Tuesday into Wednesday of this week. These winds will be warm this time, so this is a full-fire weather warning as well.  Gusty winds will hit the high desert on Monday beforehand, but this main article is for the Santa Ana Winds so read on for details … […]

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FINAL FORECAST:  Weather System To Affect Parts of Southern California Today through Friday; Rain, Snow and Wind Models Updated

FINAL FORECAST: Weather System To Affect Parts of Southern California Today through Friday; Rain, Snow and Wind Models Updated

A weather system will make a glancing blow to Southern California today and last through Friday.  Some areas will see rain, others snow, and others just wind.   so read on for details and see the complete model suite in your area … I have opened the member section for the rain, snow, wind model zoom-in factor to everyone again […]

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FINAL FORECAST:  Santa Ana Wind Warning Issued Today Through Wednesday As Weather System Moves Through Southern California; Rain, Snow, and Wind Models Updated

FINAL FORECAST: Santa Ana Wind Warning Issued Today Through Wednesday As Weather System Moves Through Southern California; Rain, Snow, and Wind Models Updated

The forecast made for a Santa Ana Wind Pattern a week ago centering March 24th has been finalized and this event starts later on today and goes into Wednesday.  Some areas will see some rain and snow as well as thunderstorms so read on for details and see the complete model suite … A weak system that is giving a […]

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Another Santa Ana Wind Event Looms Surrounding March 24th;  Mississippi Tornado Outbreak Detected For St. Patrick’s Day

Another Santa Ana Wind Event Looms Surrounding March 24th; Mississippi Tornado Outbreak Detected For St. Patrick’s Day

I’m back.  Did you miss me?  Remember I said on Friday I would be gone and to take Monday’s system as a ‘what if’ you didn’t have me around.  I can see some were caught off guard in certain areas.  I can also see the thunderstorm watch on Friday was a big success as well in all A, B, C, […]

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Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Los Angeles Basin Valley Areas To The Inland Empire With Organized Thunderstorms Expected Friday Afternoon and Evening

Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Los Angeles Basin Valley Areas To The Inland Empire With Organized Thunderstorms Expected Friday Afternoon and Evening

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Thunderstorm Watch for organized storms stretching from the Santa Clarita Valley through to the Banning Pass along the Los Angeles and San Bernardino Mountains, pushing south into the Basin and Valley areas, including the heart of the Inland Empire for Friday afternoon and evening so read on for details … Join Southern California Weather […]

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Thunderstorm Watch

Thunderstorm Watch

Issued Zones:  SCV/SFV, LA Basin and Valleys … Northern OC … The Inland Empire … Los Angeles Mountains … San Bernardino Mountains … Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a High Surf Advisory effective now for Tuesday … Date:  3/12/21 at 4:50am PT Forecast: A north to south flow above clear skies will work with a convergence zone stretching […]

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Detailed Outlook: Major Pacific Storm Gavin To Deliver Coup De Grace To Inland Valleys On Friday; Denver To Have Two Feet Of Snow Over The Weekend

Detailed Outlook: Major Pacific Storm Gavin To Deliver Coup De Grace To Inland Valleys On Friday; Denver To Have Two Feet Of Snow Over The Weekend

Thunderstorms were scattered across the southland today in what is called ‘popcorn’ storm activity.  Basically storms pop-up anywhere and at any time.  Gorman (Grapevine) was affected as well, however, Friday looks to be the most active day for select areas so read on for details … Join Southern California Weather Force main Facebook Page by clicking here for future updates if you like […]

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Major Pacific Storm GAVIN To Last Through Friday; Thunderstorms and Low Snow Levels; Thursday Gorman Pass Alert In Effect; And Why SCWF is More Accurate Than NOAA

Major Pacific Storm GAVIN To Last Through Friday; Thunderstorms and Low Snow Levels; Thursday Gorman Pass Alert In Effect; And Why SCWF is More Accurate Than NOAA

Major Pacific Storm GAVIN remains a category four over Southern California.  Continuous intermittent showers and thunderstorms will continue through Friday.  The Gorman Pass however today is under the gun for heavy snowfall and thunderstorms this afternoon, which likely cause a closure so be advised if traveling there that my forecast calls for such.  The rest of you read on for […]

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