Confidence is growing that a major storm system with emergency level flooding will hit the metro areas of Southern California from Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange County east to parts of the Inland Empire zones and west to Santa Barbara on Wednesday and going into Thursday. This is a Martin Storm Diamond System and a storm name change has happened, replaced with Major Pacific Storm Kilgharrah so read on for details …
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Southern California Weather Force risk models have come across what could be the strongest system this season surrounding the populated Los Angeles area. The system is a Martin Storm Diamond system. A diamond-shaped area southwest of Southern California that when the center of a low pressure system crosses it, it brings the best chance of widespread rain and thunderstorms to our region. As you can see from the embedded image in this post, there is a very large area of red, magenta, and even dark blue. The dark blue means emergency level flooding will be likely with this system.
At the current moment, I have the system coming down into the area and cutting off in the bight (island region) of Southern California. This type of pattern is the type to worry about and prepare for now if you are in the areas I spoke about, especially the magenta/dark blue areas on the embedded image map provided. Have your sandbags ready.
The system would cutoff and stick around for more than 24 hours. This means that copious amounts of dynamics will be pumped into the region and thunderstorms are going to also be possible. Reverse flow into the surface low could easily bring snow-levels north of the mountains down to pass levels so that needs to be monitored. Snow-levels in this pattern would range from below 4,000 FT for the passes and above 7,000 FT for the metros, a unique type of atmosphere for our corner of the country.
I was going to name this Karen, but the name just doesn’t fit for the type of system I want to remember as a woman that complains too much and is offended about everything. So, the new name will be Major Pacific Storm Kilgharrah
Forecasts for Kilgharrah will update Monday or Tuesday as the Martin Storm Pattern of December 2021 continues.
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.
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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.
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