Author: Meteorologist Martin

El Nino Update:  Remains Intact To Tie Strongest On Record; When Does It Begin?

El Nino Update: Remains Intact To Tie Strongest On Record; When Does It Begin?

Many are still questioning when these storms will actually hit and with a cutoff low veering south of the area leaving many dry, questioning of El Nino has begun.  But it is too early to call that off and I’ll tell you why. Statistically, Super El Nino values such as this have never been with a dry season.  It’s only […]

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1:30pm 9/21/2015 Rapid Update

1:30pm 9/21/2015 Rapid Update

The storm system is southwest of the forecast area.  This image shows the storm activity in Arizona circled in red.  This is the activity that will generate outflow through Imperial and San Diego County tonight. Image below – SCWF Lifting zone model showing elevated lifting in a larger area out of Imperial County tonight, with the green arrows generally showing […]

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Predictive Radar Blend For Locations Of Activity Today Through Tonight

Predictive Radar Blend For Locations Of Activity Today Through Tonight

The predictive radar blend goes from today, tonight, into tomorrow.  This image in this update shows that anywhere from the OC, Inland Empire, San Diego areas, east to the low desert will see the increase in activity.  Mid-upper level clouds are moving in now over the mountains, hampering instability somewhat.  Convective temp is only 90F today so it won’t take […]

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9:45am 9/21/2015 Rapid Update

9:45am 9/21/2015 Rapid Update

Maintaining current alerts, especially the Flood Watch zones.  Storms are expected in the mountain areas and their outflow could come eastward into the IE/SD Valley zones … with an outlining chance it goes into some of Orange County as well today and this evening. Furthermore, activity out of the east (Arizona) will spark outflow and place part of the Inland […]

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Flood Watch

Flood Watch

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] Issued Zones:  All Riverside County excluding the Western Inland Empire … High Desert Metro east of I-15 … Morongo Basin … San Bernardino Mountains/Deserts … Colorado River Valley … Imperial and San Diego County … Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Flood Watch effective now for Monday and Tuesday … Date:  9/19/15 at 10:55pm PT Forecast: The storm system is […]

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Pacific Storm Andreas Declared:  Category Two With Room For Upgrade This Next Week

Pacific Storm Andreas Declared: Category Two With Room For Upgrade This Next Week

Pacific Storm Andreas has been declared here the Southern California Weather Force.  The initial category intensity from the one through six scale will be starting at a two with room for upgrades as more information is crunched.  The impacts will mainly be Monday through Wednesday, with moderate confidence on timing, location, and strength. How We Categorize and Name The Systems:  […]

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Heat Advisory

Heat Advisory

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] Issued Zones:  LA/OC Valley/Basins … Long Beach … The Inland Empire … San Diego Valleys and Foothills … Aguanga … Eastern Ventura Basin … Kern and San Luis Obispo Valleys … Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Heat Advisory effective now for Sunday and Monday … Date:  9/17/15 at 9:45am PT Forecast: A ridge building into the area for […]

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Tsunami Advisory

Tsunami Advisory

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] Issued Zones:  All bight and coastal zones of Southern California … Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Tsunami Advisory effective now for between 4:30am and 10:00am Thursday morning … Date:  9/16/15 at 6:20pm PT Forecast: A magnitude 8.3 Earthquake struck offshore Chile today and generated a Tsunami that will come into the the bight of Southern California and into the […]

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Heatwave and Then A Possible Big Storm Pattern Heading For Southern California

Heatwave and Then A Possible Big Storm Pattern Heading For Southern California

  A hybrid storm has passed us and now we look to the next event.  First we’ll have to endure another heatwave to get there, with advisory level heat being an issue … a small one though because it would only last 2 or three days and then we have yet another shot of rain activity. The degree of uncertainty […]

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El Nino Pattern Now Official:  Pacific Storm Names Released; Storms Will Increase

El Nino Pattern Now Official: Pacific Storm Names Released; Storms Will Increase

[fbvideo link=”https://www.facebook.com/scweatherforce/videos/vb.1579713538969429/1633364286937687/” width=”600″ height=”400″ onlyvideo=”1″]       The coming systems will start to veer from ex tropical systems to Pacific Storms with tropical moisture influence, otherwise known from the cause … El Nino.  Our Pacific Storm names have been released and the category system has also been released for you to follow along. El Nino is a Super El […]

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