Issued Zones: Metro San Bernardino Deserts … San Bernardino Mountains … Wrightwood … Riverside and San Diego Mountains … Tehachapi Mountains and Kern Desert … Cajon Pass …
Site: Southern California Weather Force has issued a Flood Watch effective now through Monday, with details for certain locations within the forecast wording …
Date: 7/25/21 at 12:20 pm PT
Forecast: An easterly wave will move through the region starting today and maximizing on Monday. Storms are expected to form across the RIV/San Diego Mountains this afternoon/evening. These will push to the southwest toward San Diego on a weakening trend. However, isolated flooding conditions will be possible under them. Today is pretty isolated in terms of flooding..
Storms coming out of Northwest Arizona will move across the Mojave Desert and into the San Bernardino Mountains tonight. They could have brief heavy rain in spots with them. Again, not the main event.
On Monday morning, the flow starts to turn more south to southeast. This will allow clearing in the upper levels for instability to develop… thus exploding storms across the Flood Watch areas. These storms will be capable of large hail, damaging winds, and of course the flooding hazard.
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