Site: SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Winter Storm Watch effective Saturday …
Date: 12/29/16 at 9:10am PT
Forecast: While a cutoff low will come into the area on Friday, an actual Alaskan storm system will impact the region on Saturday. The system looks cold so snow-levels for the most part above the 4,000 FT mark, which could impact the mountain passes at that elevation.
Going to go with a start in the Kern County/Ventura County Mountain zones by later Saturday morning, moving through the LA areas by afternoon, and into the SBD/RIV Mountains later afternoon/early evening.
The upper divergence does pose a risk of thunder-snow …
Snowfall amounts are not ready yet because it is a hybrid cold system/inside slider but this watch is for heavy snowfall conditions in the watch area … upgrading to warnings/advisories as the storm gets closer. Travel is not recommended …
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