July 24, 2017 at 11:31 am

Easterly Wave Moves Through Southern California; Next Weather Event Starts Saturday


As projected with scenario one and two on Friday, an easterly wave moved between the two scenarios and brought shower and thunderstorm activity for areas Los Angeles eastward, but what is next?  Read on for details …

Overnight last night an easterly wave crossed Baja, Mexico and brought with it on the northern end thunderstorm activity through Imperial County.  This morning this went through San Diego County and eventually up through the Inland Empire zones.

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Scattered activity west of there into Los Angeles and Orange County will remain possible as this transverses the region and moves on north into the Metro High Desert zones.

So while most of you west of Los Angeles are not seeing much, others east are … which is typical in the monsoon pattern.  However, the flow looks to turn even more easterly toward the end of this week, targeting possibly after the weekend onward.  This would be the end month monsoonal flow I talked about previously.  This flow would allow even more dynamics to push into the area, finally giving some areas like Ventura, Santa Barbara, Bakersfield and even San Luis Obispo the upward chances of shower or thunderstorm activity.

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So this pattern is the next in line … and is being watched at current.

Stay tuned to Southern California Weather Force for the latest updates …

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