The Martin Storm Pattern of December 2021 will start Tuesday with light rainfall for some. It only will gain steam as we go toward the end of the week. Already Southern California Weather Force‘s alert system has wind products up for many areas for Thursday, including dangerous ocean conditions. This will only get stronger as we go further into the storm pattern with a projection of an atmospheric river into California during the week of December 13th so read on for details …
A weak upper level system will pass to the west of Southern California overnight tonight and into Tuesday. This will generate light rain for some. The projection on who will get it will be posted in two places. You can take advantage of either. The SCWF Member Section is for premium members only. However, this week, until Friday, it will be able to be viewed publicly. You also get the GPS models in there where the SCWF models overlay your location for rain, snow, wind, flood etc whatever is available. Click here to enter the SCWF Member Section.
The other place you can get micro-climate alerts is the Southern California Weather Force Facebook GROUP. Not the page, but the group. The group is an area where ALL alerts are posted, not just articles. Both articles and alerts are posted. You can Click here to join the Facebook group. If the algorithm works in your favor, you’ll see the alerts. If it does not, you can always become a member for the e-mail alert system (click here) and get them that way for the areas you choose in your own control panel.
Now, the SCWF Wind Watch Hybrid Marine Weather Warning is in full effect. It was issued yesterday (Sunday) and outlines the wind risk for Thursday. You can Click Here to view that one. It also has a GPS model link as it was activated for this event. Thursday’s event will have more precipitation. Although looking a bit like a slight inside slider, as usually, onshore flow will make it so areas south and west of the mountain slopes will see more than areas along the coast. That’s how those work. But, it will deliver more precipitation than Tuesday’s weaker system.
The attention is paid to the weather dynamics for the week of December 13th, 2021. The weaker system on Tuesday will drop so far south that it will pick up moisture with it. As this moisture is flung northward over this next weekend, an upper level low will move into position west of Oregon/Washington. As this does so, it will draw that moisture into the West Coast, covering most of California in an atmospheric river, or better known as ‘Pineapple Express’. Southern California, as mostly always, sits at the southern end of this flow. We will see the flow hit, yes, but it will impact areas Los Angeles westward than areas eastward more. This will be what I will be watching. The SCWF Member Section will be members only at that time, but you can enjoy the Thursday updates and GPS models via that section. At times during this season, with a strong storm, I’ll open it again for non-members and you can see how it works during a stronger event.
So that is what we have here. I will take these systems one at a time for specifics. All you have to do is find a way to keep getting the updates. If you go to the new FAQ/Troubleshooting Section of the website, you can read how to stay in touch on social media and everything else about this service. Click Here to read that section.
LONG RANGE: With the ridge shoved west to north of Hawaii, the door remains open for storm after storm through the end of the month for the California region so stay tuned for updates …
A Martin Storm Pattern means that the pattern was predicted before apps or government/private sources, and since my last name is Martin, like a person who discovered a comet, it is only fair this coming pattern is the Martin Storm Pattern of December 2021. There will be MANY Martin Storm Patterns due to my ability to go longer range in weather.
This was a follow-up to the following articles – You can read them and see how this forecast is evolving from Day 1.
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