February 28, 2020 at 4:28 pm

Winter Weather Watch


Issued Zones:  All Southern California Mountains except the Santa Ana Mountains above 3,000 Feet, and all mountain pass locations.

Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Winter Weather Watch effective Sunday into Monday …

Date:  2/28/20 at 4:25pm PT

Forecast: A slider system will move into the area on Sunday, maximizing on Sunday night, and leaving through Monday. 

The snow level and areas of strongest impact will be determine by which way this upper level low moves over.  If way offshore then very little amounts, but if directly overhead then we could see all mountain zones above 3,000 FT have some snow. 

So this is for all mountain and pass areas for 3,000 feet and higher for the risk of some snow later Sunday into Monday, main accumulations Sunday night.  The Los Angeles and San Bernardino County Mountains stand the best chance at seeing the most snow from all mountain areas.

The Winter Weather Watch means that conditions are favorable for any kind of snowfall in the zone areas.  I could add some High Desert areas if I wanted to now but I’ll wait a bit till the storm shows where it really will go.  Expect an update on Sunday before any snow begins to fall.  Gusty winds will hit each area during the allotted time.

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Forecaster: KM

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