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Fire Weather Warning

Fire Weather Warning

Fire Weather Warning   Issued Zones:  All High and Low Deserts ... Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Special Weather Statement effective today through Tuesday evening ... Date:  6/26/17 at 11:30am PT Forecast: A passing front to the north of the area will bring dry weather and gusty wind conditions between 30-50 mph in gusts ... along with high temperatures through [...] Read more ›
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HEATWAVE ON LAST BREATH

Southern California Inland Heatwave On Last Breath On Monday

A long duration heatwave that has gripped Inland Southern California will have one more shot for the metros tomorrow and then finally get out of here.  A major fire has broke out near the Santa Clarita Valley areas along Highway 14 and relief is on the way after Monday so read on for details. This inland heatwave has mainly been […]

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Air Quality Affected Zones

Air Quality Warning

Air Quality Affected Zones Issued Zones:  Antelope Valley ... Southern Kern Deserts ... Acton zones ... Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued an Air Quality Warning effective now through Tuesday ... Date:  6/25/17 at 3:15pm PT Forecast: The Placerita Fire is burning out of control ,already approaching 1000 acres in just a short period of time.  The general movement of the fire [...] Read more ›
PLACERITA FIRE WEATHER ALERT ZONES

Placerita Fire Weather Information For The Next 24 Hours

PLACERITA FIRE WEATHER ALERT ZONES A fire broke out in Placerita Canyon, just east of the Santa Clarita areas and along Highway 14.  The fire is moving east-northeast along the highway and residential zones along this area will be immediately threatened through the next 24 hours.  Read more to get the details on ground level. Look at the next 24 [...] Read more ›
June 25, 2017 High temperatures

June 25, 2017 High Temperature Model Forecast; Nearing The End Of The Heatwave

June 25, 2017 High temperatures NOTE:  This is the new summer time temperature forecast map.  This was built to be easier in the short/medium range forecast viewing for you, the viewers, and the 'blue' color is set because blue is actually a hotter flame than red is so it is scientifically accurate.  The scale goes through 130F in-case we ever [...] Read more ›
6-25-2017 Temperatures

Brief Secondary Inland Heatwave Starts Today; Relief Coming By Mid-Week

Surprise!  A shallow layer of sub-tropical moisture is over the area today bringing a tropical sky this morning, but this will pass over the day and allow for heating to happen in the inland areas once again.  Sunday is the true ‘start’ to the brief secondary heatwave so read on for details. Tropical moisture from the south has made it […]

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7-4-2017

Preliminary July 4th Forecast; Premium Members Post

Premium members, this is your preliminary July 4th forecast so you know how to plan into it so read on for details. The rest of this month will be similar to a see-saw pattern where we are in the middle of a major heatwave right now for all Inland areas and getting slight relief Friday and Saturday and then a […]

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Heatwave Continues

Major Inland Heatwave Ends After Thursday; Another Sunday into Monday; Then Relief

Well I know some of you by now in the Inland areas are suffering from the heatwave, much like me.  However, a ‘brief’ relief will come by the end of this week before another one comes back after the weekend.  However there is relief coming after all of this so read on for those details. Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (KPHX) […]

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Entire Forecast Grid

June 20, 2017 High Temperature Model Forecast; The Peak Of The Heatwave Part I

Entire Forecast Grid NOTE:  This is the new summer time temperature forecast map.  This was built to be easier in the short/medium range forecast viewing for you, the viewers, and the 'blue' color is set because blue is actually a hotter flame than red is so it is scientifically accurate.  The scale goes through 130F in-case we ever need it [...] Read more ›
June 19, 2017 High Temperature Model Forecast; The Climb Of The Inland Heatwave

June 19, 2017 High Temperature Model Forecast; The Climb Of The Inland Heatwave

NOTE:  This is the new summer time temperature forecast map.  This was built to be easier in the short/medium range forecast viewing for you, the viewers, and the 'blue' color is set because blue is actually a hotter flame than red is so it is scientifically accurate.  The scale goes through 130F in-case we ever need it one day ... [...] Read more ›