February 2, 2019 at 12:28 pm

Winter Weather Advisory


Issued Zones:  Los Angeles County Mountains above 4,500 FT …

Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Winter Weather Advisory effective now through this evening …

Date:  2/2/19 at 12:25pm PT

Forecast: A frontal zone is moving into the area this afternoon through evening.  As the evening moves along the snow-levels will plummet below 6,000 FT from where they are now, higher … with a dusting down to 4,400 FT.  This small window at the end of the front is not enough for my Winter Storm Warning, however, it is enough for the Winter Weather Advisory product.

The gusty winds should be diminished by then, or at least much more than they are now.  Snow Model ‘East’ here at Southern California Weather Force shows a good 1-3″ of snow in town (Wrightwood) with 3-6″ on the west end near Big Pines along Highway 2.  This is a very short window and not much is expected as the mid-level moisture moves in and cuts off the low-level flow diminishing the winds and drying the low levels out this evening.


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Forecaster: KM

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