Author: Meteorologist Martin

This Week In Weather Episode 3

This Week In Weather – Episode 3 – Southern California Weather Force About: ‘This Week In Weather’ from the Southern California Weather Force weather forecast office. Events: Double cutoff low systems last week, followed by the Tuesday wind-storm and another shot of mountain snow.

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Facebook Post Links

You’ve ended up on this page because it was on a Facebook Post.  Please look below to the many things that can be found here. Southern California Weather Force main page now has models, agendas, the alert map, and other things updated during storm events. You can bookmark the main site and check back during an event for the latest […]

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Detailed Final; Second Pacific Storm To Move Through Southern California Tonight Through Sunday; Snow In Local Mountains

Detailed Final; Second Pacific Storm To Move Through Southern California Tonight Through Sunday; Snow In Local Mountains

The second system will move through Southern California overnight tonight west of Los Angeles and Los Angeles into the rest of the region through early on Sunday.  The SCWF Winter Weather Advisory is in effect above 6,000 FT for the local mountains, but for your area’s details (if needed), read on … The frontal zone timing is for the main […]

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Winter Weather Advisory

Winter Weather Advisory

Issued Zones:  Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and Riverside Mountains above 5,000 FT Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Winter Weather Advisory effective now through Sunday evening … Date:  5/18/19 at 3:30 pm PT Forecast: A Pacific System will move through the area on Sunday morning.  This system will bring with it a round of snowfall above 6,000 FT.  […]

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Flood Advisory

Flood Advisory

Issued Zones:  San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Orange County …The Inland Empire, excluding Temecula … Los Angeles County, excluding the mountain/desert areas … Catalina Island … Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Flood Advisory effective this evening through Thursday at 1 pm Date:  5/15/19 at 11:10 am PT Forecast: An unusual cold-front for this time of year […]

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Series Of Cold Fronts To Cross Southern California In Rare Late Spring Pattern; Sierra Nevada To Receive 2-3 Feet Of Snow

Series Of Cold Fronts To Cross Southern California In Rare Late Spring Pattern; Sierra Nevada To Receive 2-3 Feet Of Snow

Not often do we see more than one cold front cross the forecast area of Southern California, however as stated in the previous updates, it will likely happen.  And if you are on the Southern California Weather Force Facebook Page, the goal for this is 1000 shares so chime in and help reach that number. The Sierra Nevada Mountain Range […]

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Initial Details; Northwest Slider Cold Front To Cross Southern California On Thursday

Initial Details; Northwest Slider Cold Front To Cross Southern California On Thursday

A northwest slider system is poised to cross the forecast area on Thursday, impacting mainly areas of notable precipitation in a larger area Los Angeles westward with the tail-end charlie into San Diego.  This looks like it’ll be a series of fronts coming in. First, a bit of news from the office. The Monsoon Season Model has been calibrated.  I […]

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This Week In Weather – Episode 2 – Southern California Weather Force

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Thunderstorm Watch And Weather Advisory

Thunderstorm Watch And Weather Advisory

Issued Zones:  San Bernardino, Riverside, San Diego Mountains … Borrego Springs … Hemet/Banning Zones … Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Thunderstorm Watch mixed with Weather Advisory effective today … Date:  5/12/19 at 10:00am PT Forecast: A narrow strip of mid-level moisture is present over the area today from north to south with the northern end in the […]

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Pacific Storm DICK Sags Downward, Dynamics Target Inland Metro Zones Today; Inland Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued

Pacific Storm DICK Sags Downward, Dynamics Target Inland Metro Zones Today; Inland Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued

Pacific Storm Dick is Sagging Downward as we speak. The system has east-northeast to west-southwest flow in the mid-levels and this is the direction of storm travel today. I decided to go with my Monsoon Model for this event since the elevation zones will act to serve as the starting point of thunderstorms so for the break-down of today’s forecast, […]

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