Site: SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Blizzard Warning effective Thursday morning …
Date: 1/18/17 at 9:15am PT
Forecast: Snow level charts are showing something interesting in the premium member section. Shows snow level just around 5,000 FT or so this evening before the front hits. This is telling me that flakes (light) could be falling through a drier atmosphere and even if the temperature will be above freezing … the drier atmosphere would allow the flakes to reach the ground so wouldn’t be surprised if we saw snow this evening.
As for the warning … wind gusts over 40-50+ mph will be likely early Thursday morning along with a heavy round of snowfall. Snow level will be around 6,000 FT for the heaviest snowfall and lowering as the morning moves along so most of the warning is in the mid-mountain elevations with no warning in Crestline. Current projections on my model are around 10-18″ of snowfall for Big Bear Lake. White-out conditions are likely so be advised for Thursday morning during the ‘rush hour’ to work down the hill … not advised …
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