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September 2017 Long Range Forecast; Premium Members Only Post

September 2017 Long Range Forecast; Premium Members Only Post

September 2017 will be an usual one, similar to what we saw in August as August was also an unusual month for the season we are in but all members read on for details … If you are not a member you’ll want to be one for the coming season updates as Meteorological Fall Starts September 1st! While the August […]

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WARNING:  High Heat and Humidity To Return To Southland This Next Week

WARNING: High Heat and Humidity To Return To Southland This Next Week

After a relatively cool August thus far as predicted in my August 2017 forecast released in July, (Article A) we will push those temperatures back into dangerous heatwave levels as the monsoonal moisture returns to the area after this weekend into this next week so read on for details. Heads up, because as stated in my August 2017 forecast, the […]

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Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement

Issued Zones:  Mountain and Desert Zones ... Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Special Weather Statement effective now through Tuesday ... Date:  8/19/17 at 6:45pm PT Forecast: An upper level low will move offshore through today and maximize on Monday across the forecast area.  This will provide the needed lift without the mountain zones across both the mountain [...] Read more ›
Solar Eclipse Weather Across Southern California; And Seriously Why Are Schools Doing This

Solar Eclipse Weather Across Southern California; And Seriously Why Are Schools Doing This

Did we seriously lose the day and age where we can make eclipse boxes, use a scope to project the Sun’s image, or just enjoy an eclipse without people thinking even being outside during it is like the apocalypse?  What will the weather be like?  Read on for details … Schools in Hemet and San Jacinto are keeping their kids […]

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August 2017 Shaping Up To Be Dry, But What About In September?

August 2017 Shaping Up To Be Dry, But What About In September?

Every month I release my official long range forecast that gives an idea on what to expect.  It is one of a kind exclusive thing only view-able within the work done on the site.  It can tell you the warm/cold periods, rain/dry periods, and sometimes even tropical system track probabilities.  August 2017 is going as projected but can we look […]

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Weather Forecast:  The Great American Total Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017

Weather Forecast: The Great American Total Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017

I have finished my medium to long range forecast for the Great American Total Solar Eclipse, crossing the entire United States on August 21, 2017.  Whether you’ll be away on business, school, camping, or traveling to … this detailed forecast will help you know your best chances so read on for your forecast zone outlook. Coastal Clouds:  In looking at […]

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Active Fall 2017 Looking More Likely For Southern California; Scientific Discussion

Active Fall 2017 Looking More Likely For Southern California; Scientific Discussion

An active season coming up is looking more likely for the Southern California area … read on for details. As you may or may not know, September 1st is the start of meteorological Fall, whereas the traditional later month days are astronomical.  Weather patterns usually follow September 1st for Fall, December 1st for Winter, March 1st for Spring, and June […]

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High Humidity Streak To End After The Weekend Across Southern California

High Humidity Streak To End After The Weekend Across Southern California

The atmosphere was very unstable today and storms exploded in the inland areas, but just as fast as they came they’ll vanish by sunset due to the loss of daytime heating.  As if someone hits a switch tomorrow, it’ll look much more stable out there and the humidity is coming down soon so read on for details. First … what […]

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Lightning Warning

Lightning Warning

Issued Zones:  Kern/LA Mountains ... PMC/Gorman ... LA/KERN/SBD Deserts ... Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Lightning Warning effective now through Thursday morning ... Date:  8/2/17 at 3:30pm PT Forecast: Very strong upper divergence coupled with PVA will move into the region overnight tonight and into your Thursday morning across the Kern/LA Mountains to the entire High Desert Metro areas.  This [...] Read more ›
Monsoon Surge Continues For Metros Through Today and Increasing Tonight; Details

Monsoon Surge Continues For Metros Through Today and Increasing Tonight; Details

The moisture surge continues across the southland, making it feel like the Midwest, and it will increase today and especially overnight in a large part of the forecast region.  Read on for details. In the previous article there was mention of severe weather IF debris clouds did not get in the way.  Convective temperatures over the Elsinore Convergence Zone will […]

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