Issued Zones: Mt San Jacinto to Santa Rosa Mountain zones, including the Palm Springs Tram … Coachella Valley …
Site: Southern California Weather Force has issued a Thunderstorm Watch effective today from 11am till 6pm …
Date: 9/10/21 at 8:00 am PT
Forecast: The last of the moisture will bunch up against the Riverside County Mountains for the most concentrated activity in the region (Minus Las Vegas’ Severe Thunderstorm Watch). The flow will turn from south to north to southwest to northeast.
As this does so, instability developing over Mt. San Jacinto and the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, to the Santa Rosa Mountain areas will pop off thunderstorms there. The flow being northeast, downrange would be the Coachella Valley. Frequent lightning and urban street flooding is likely with today’s storms along with 30-45 mph wind gusts. Thunderstorm outflow being from the southwest would mean a risk for high profile vehicles due to the crosswinds on Highway 111 and Interstate 10 through the watch area –
The storms will diminish with the setting of the Sun and this watch will expire then.
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