Issued Zones: All desert and mountain areas … SLO coast .. .Santa Barbara County … Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange County coast/basin … Las Vegas Metro … All bight (ocean) ..
Site: Southern California Weather Force has issued a Wind Watch with an embedded Marine Weather Warning effective Thursday into some of the night as well … This also embeds a WARNING for activity out across the bight (ocean zone)…
Date: 12/5/21 at 1:15pm local
Forecast: A Pacific front will move through the region on Thursday into Thursday evening/night. This frontal zone will generate precipitation for some of the watch area. However, this far out the first alert to go out would be where the most widespread areas are to be impacted for wind so please use the images below to zone in on what you should expect. Anything red or magenta is also blowing dust and reducing visibility in the deserts. Magenta is sure to cause damage in spots.
It is worth to NOTE that marine activity is NOT recommended this day. Gale force winds will be highly likely in all island regions and routes.
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VALID THURSDAY DECEMBER 9, 2021
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