Author: Meteorologist Martin

La Nina Warning Issued; Strong La Nina Is Expected For Winter 2020-2021; Severe Impacts on California Expected

La Nina Warning Issued; Strong La Nina Is Expected For Winter 2020-2021; Severe Impacts on California Expected

Southern California Weather Force has officially upgraded the La Nina Advisory to a full La Nina Warning with an expected strong La Nina this winter season so read on for details on what this could mean … Join Southern California Weather Force main Facebook Page for future updates! Back in May of this year I released an article stating a […]

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Dense West Coast Smoke To Be Pushed East After The Weekend and Into Next Week With Air Quality Improving; Pacific Northwest Rain

Dense West Coast Smoke To Be Pushed East After The Weekend and Into Next Week With Air Quality Improving; Pacific Northwest Rain

Models here at National Weather Force are detecting an area of low pressure that will bring rain to the Pacific Northwest this next week and a strong jet stream in the entire area that will push the dense smoke to the east and disperse some.  The same storm system will bring off and on showers to the Pacific Northwest as […]

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United States Impact Possible; Hurricane Outlook To Watch For “S” Storm Name ‘Sally’ Into Atlantic After September 21st

United States Impact Possible; Hurricane Outlook To Watch For “S” Storm Name ‘Sally’ Into Atlantic After September 21st

On August 30th I released a forecast for the September and October hurricane patterns.  The September pattern was them coming out of the Atlantic and threatening the region.  This is a direct update to that forecast for the Gulf States and up the Eastern United States zones so read on for details. The article released on August 30th stated that […]

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OFFICIAL:  Santa Ana Wind Warning Issued Across Parts of Southern California; Fire Weather Warning Embedded; Wind Models Available

OFFICIAL: Santa Ana Wind Warning Issued Across Parts of Southern California; Fire Weather Warning Embedded; Wind Models Available

Southern California Weather Force – For Immediate Press/Social Media Release – has officially upgraded the Santa Ana Wind Watch to Santa Ana Wind Warning as gusty Santa Ana Winds are expected to arrive by Tuesday and last into Wednesday.  Wind models are up as well as the electric company power shutdown risk model I developed last year, which tells you […]

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Strong Gusty and Dry North Winds Expected To Enter Arizona on Tuesday; Wind Warnings and Advisories Issued Via AZWF Wind Gust Model

Strong Gusty and Dry North Winds Expected To Enter Arizona on Tuesday; Wind Warnings and Advisories Issued Via AZWF Wind Gust Model

Gusty winds are expected to target most of the state on Tuesday at the same time snow will be falling in Denver.  Who will see what intensity, read on for and view the model within for details … A cold front is expected to move through Wyoming and Colorado on Tuesday, where I have issued over my national page the […]

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Deadly Heatwave To Breakdown To Santa Ana Wind Pattern; Santa Ana Wind Watch Issued

Deadly Heatwave To Breakdown To Santa Ana Wind Pattern; Santa Ana Wind Watch Issued

Southern California Weather Force issued a Santa Ana Wind Watch via the micro-climate alert system on Saturday morning, effective for Tuesday into Wednesday as a dry front moves into the area.  Read on for details … A cold front is expected to move through Wyoming and Colorado on Tuesday, where I have issued over my national page the Winter Storm […]

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Santa Ana Wind Watch

Santa Ana Wind Watch

Issued Zones:  Eastern San Bernardino/Riverside Deserts … Las Vegas … SCV … Eastern VT Basin … Tehachapi to Gorman … Cajon Pass … Banning … Riverside/San Diego Mountains … Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Santa Ana Wind Watch effective Tuesday/Wednesday … Date:  9/5/20 at 9:35am PT Forecast: A powerful cold-front will hit the Rocky Mountains early this […]

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Fall 2020 Forecast Projected To Have Above Average Precipitation For Southwest United States For Catastrophic Flooding In Burn Areas ; National Weather Force

Fall 2020 Forecast Projected To Have Above Average Precipitation For Southwest United States For Catastrophic Flooding In Burn Areas ; National Weather Force

For Immediate Press Release – (National Weather Force) – Patterns in the atmosphere are suggesting we will run into an active October, November, and December across the Southwestern United States with above average precipitation so read on for details … La Nina will be in full swing this Fall and many think La Nina means dry conditions.  You are right, […]

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WARNING:  Deadly Heatwave To Impact Southern California; 115F in Inland Metro Areas Likely Through Weekend

WARNING: Deadly Heatwave To Impact Southern California; 115F in Inland Metro Areas Likely Through Weekend

Southern California Weather Force has issued and maintained a high heat warning for deadly heat expected over the weekend across the southland.  Warning goes from Friday until Monday so check the zoomed in model images of this event using the index for heat so read on for that … 5. Heat Stroke Certain After 10 minutes of exposure. You will […]

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Hurricane Outlook For Southeast/Eastern United States for September and October; United States Remain On Watch

Hurricane Outlook For Southeast/Eastern United States for September and October; United States Remain On Watch

With the successful predictions here at National Weather Force of both Isaias and Laura I thought I would go ahead and get a bit more in-depth on the outlooks for the month of September and October for the Gulf States and Eastern Seaboard so read on for details … With September moving along we will have a seesaw pattern where […]

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