Author: Meteorologist Martin

Pacific Storm Andreas Moves Through Southland, Departs Later Monday

Pacific Storm Andreas Moves Through Southland, Departs Later Monday

Pacific Storm Andreas is a category two storm at the center of the dynamics.  Thunderstorms have erupted in the northern forecast zones and there is still more rain to come for others, with a continued chance of showers and thunderstorms.  Find out where and watch the video with this article. An explosion of thunderstorms hit the Kern Mountain/Desert regions this […]

Read more ›
12:30pm Update – Convective Activity Forecast Through Midnight –

12:30pm Update – Convective Activity Forecast Through Midnight –

This will be done with images and each image will have an explanation.  Images are clickable and this is valid through TONIGHT ONLY …            

Read more ›
Weather Advisory

Weather Advisory

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][v[vc_column_text]p> Issued Zones:  Ventura County … Los Angeles Coast/Basin/Valley/Mountains … Orange County … Offshore waters of Channel Islands, Malibu, LA, and Catalina Island … Site: SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Weather Advisory effective now through tonight … Date:  10/4/15 at 11:55am PT Forecast: A west to east moving area of lift will move across the Ventura County region this afternoon, heading […]

Read more ›
Pacific Storm Andreas Member’s Update 9:00am

Pacific Storm Andreas Member’s Update 9:00am

  Pacific Storm Andreas is moving through the forecast area, now on the western side.  This update will update you on what will be expected with the system throughout the day in various locations. The storm system is expected to continue upslope shower/thunderstorm chances through today in the Los Angeles and San Bernardino Foothill areas … with breaks in the […]

Read more ›
Thunderstorm Watch

Thunderstorm Watch

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][v[vc_column_text]p> Issued Zones:  Kern Mountains/Deserts … Northern San Bernardino Deserts … Stateline Recreational Zones … Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Thunderstorm Watch effective now through today … Date:  10/4/15 at 8:10am PT Forecast: Strong upper divergence is popping thunderstorms in the Lake Isabella zones for the Kern County Mountains and this divergence will increase through today … all the […]

Read more ›
Pacific Storm Andreas Forms:  Category Two Impacts Sunday; Find Out Where

Pacific Storm Andreas Forms: Category Two Impacts Sunday; Find Out Where

Pacific Storm Andreas is a Category Two system at the heart and it is traveling down Northern California and Nevada this evening and will start to impact our region on Sunday. We had Andreas?  No, it never hit and therefore the name was put into the list again for use.  As with hurricanes, you need to read the entire forecast […]

Read more ›
Yes:  Rain Is Coming To Southern California Starting Sunday; Additional Details On Where

Yes: Rain Is Coming To Southern California Starting Sunday; Additional Details On Where

A storm system dropping down out of the Pacific Northwest will move into Southern California starting Sunday, with an increase in desert winds and coast/metro showers.  Depending on which way the system goes will be what dynamics we have to work with so read the entire article and watch the video for details. An inside slider storm is what we […]

Read more ›
Cooling With Metro Showers Possible; Windy Desert Zones ; October 2015 Outlook Included.

Cooling With Metro Showers Possible; Windy Desert Zones ; October 2015 Outlook Included.

A longer awaited cooling will begin after today and our models in the member section are pegging metro showers developing later this weekend, with higher winds in the desert areas.  Read the rest of the article to find out the details. As of now the system is around four days away and has shallow moisture dynamics so what we’re looking […]

Read more ›
Weather Forecast:  Super Moon Total Lunar Eclipse This Evening

Weather Forecast: Super Moon Total Lunar Eclipse This Evening

A total lunar eclipse will happen this evening and be visible across parts of Southern California and there will be deeper clouds to deal with.  Do you need to travel somewhere else to view it?  Who will not be in a good area to view it? The action peaks at 7:48pm this evening, September 27, 2015 so read on for […]

Read more ›
El Nino Update: Locked Colder Pattern More Likely This Winter For High Snow-pack

El Nino Update: Locked Colder Pattern More Likely This Winter For High Snow-pack

Recently values in our super long range models have now pushed El Nino from an above average temperature season to a below average season, with a healthy California snow-pack being more possible, with above normal precipitation for the entire state, severe storms, and a rare locking low pressure pattern to come. Members Section:  Price goes up to $15/month by mid-season.  […]

Read more ›
wp_footer();