Pacific Storm Jake Moves In On Monday; Category Three Overall Moderate; Rain, Snow, Wind Images Inside; Stronger System Wednesday into Thursday


After Major Pacific Storm Ingrid (Category Four) has moved out, another separate system is set to move in on Monday in the continued “storm after storm” event within the Martin Storm Pattern of December 2021 with an even stronger system Wednesday into Thursday projected so read on for details and see the maps –


The storm pattern continues with Pacific Storm Jake, and then Kilgharrah later on Wednesday.  Pacific Storm Jake has been assigned a category three.  He however has dangerous aspects to him in certain parts of the forecast area.  Tehachapi will see near 6″ of snow with this system Monday, Gorman 2″+ which can cause problems on the Grapevine.  The Cajon Pass will see 1-2″ of snowfall.  I don’t think it is too big of a deal up there, but there will be snowfall down through 4,000 FT with Jake.

The system does not have too much southerly flow with it, so it is considered a west-northwest to east-southeast frontal zone slider.  This means probably less rain in Ventura than in areas like Ontario.  Anywhere near the mountain/foothill zones stand the best rainfall chances.  I don’t see warning level conditions for flooding, but advisory is level is possible.  But, because the low-level flow is more west to east with a strong west to east flow all the way up into the jet stream, we will see strong frontal zone winds as this passes.  Still, due to the lack of flooding dynamics for warning level conditions, have kept this as a moderate system over.

The mountains and desert will also have strong winds, some cases on the eastern slopes of the Riverside and San Diego Mountains reaching near 100 mph!  This is clearly blizzard warning conditions in some of these areas.  Use the images below for rain, snow, and wind.

Timing will be morning for west of Los Angeles and afternoon/evening for the rest of the forecast area …

MEDIUM RANGE: Another system, which would be Kilgharrah, will be coming in later on Wednesday.  Forecasts for him will begin as Pacific Storm Jake is in progress.  This one looks to have a cutoff potential with it and the risk of thunderstorms as a result.  Should trends like that continue, Kilgharrah would obtain Major Pacific Storm status within 24 hours …

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.

If you do have plans to travel during that time, I would suggest continuing to monitor the latest forecasts here at Southern California Weather Force, however you get them, either by the member email alert system, social media, or checking the main website daily for updates.  The ABOUT section of this site will tell you all you need to know about it for navigation.  Click here to read the about section.

OFFICIAL CURRENT issued Southern California Weather Force Alerts by location at time of post release –

Squall-line Watch – San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego County … The Inland Empire … All Mountain zones below 4,000 FT …
Blizzard Warning – Tehachapi zones, Los Angeles, Riverside Mountains above 5,000 FT … Big Bear Lake …
Winter Storm Warning – Ventura Mountains above 5,000 FT … San Bernardino County Mountain Rim …
Winter Weather Advisory – Gorman/Cajon Pass … Anza to San Diego Mountains above 4,000 FT … Mountain Pass area near the CA/NV Border on I-15 at elevation … Lake Isabella zone …
Hurricane Wind Speed Warning – San Diego Deserts …
High Wind Warning – High and Low Deserts … Las Vegas Metro
Wind Advisory – Colorado River Valley

There are 10 counties in the Southern California Weather Force forecast area and I cannot write about each micro-climate sector in this article.  I however can show you the images in the SCWF model suite and you will need to know where you are on a map to read them.  Everyone should know where they are on a map so this is no excuse.

The maps below are of flood, rain, snow, snow-level, or wind intensity, whichever is available now.  Each one is clickable.  Map 1 is NW SoCal, Map 2 is SW SoCal, Map 3 is SE SoCal, Map 4 is NE SoCal, Map 5 is the Cajon Pass, and Map 6 is the SCV region, which includes Gorman at the top.


Rain Forecast – Valid Monday through Tuesday December 27-28, 2021 –
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Snow Forecast – Valid Monday through Tuesday December 27-28, 2021
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Wind Forecast – Valid Monday through Tuesday December 27-28, 2021
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This was a follow-up to the following articles – You can read them and see how this forecast is evolving from Day 1.

November 5, 2021
HOT TOPIC: 2021-2022 Seasonal Weather Forecast Released For Southwestern United States; Detailed Maps and Discussion Within

November 29, 2021
December 2021 Weather Pattern Forecast Outlook For Southern California; December Arctic Blasts and Storms

December 15, 2021
Long Range Weather Advisory Issued: Multiple Storm Set To Hit The Southwestern United States Starting December 21st and Going Through End Month

December 20, 2021
Stormy Conditions All Set To Last Through End Month Across Desert Southwest; Last Half of Martin Storm Pattern of December 2021 Starts This Week

December 21, 2021
Pacific Storm Ingrid Declared Category Three To Start; SCWF Flood Watch Issued For Metros, Mountains, and Some Desert Areas

December 22, 2021
Pacific Storm Ingrid Upgraded To Category Four Due To Flood Risks; Hits Thursday through Friday; Rainfall Details

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