January 30, 2022 at 5:43 pm

Santa Ana Wind Watch Issued For Wednesday February 2nd, 2022 For Moderate to Strong Santa Ana Wind Pattern; Details


Southern California Weather Force has issued a Santa Ana Wind Watch for below the passes and canyons, and parts of the Low Desert, including the Morongo Basin, Colorado River Valley, Imperial County, and up north to the Las Vegas forecast area, effective now for Wednesday, February 2, 2022.

The month of February will have a number of strong Santa Ana Wind Patterns, the first one this Wednesday and another one, possibly stronger, sometime over this coming weekend.  These patterns will be created with storm systems missing the region to the east, over the eastern half of Arizona.  Their northerly flow on the western periphery will be enough to generate upper, thermal, and gradient support for a moderate to strong event on Wednesday followed by a strong event in the next week or so, this next weekend.

Northerly winds support the strongest winds being out of the Cajon Pass through the prone zones of the Inland Empire, and a full hit of the low deserts zones as stated above.  This also opens up the Santa Clarita Valley into the Ventura Coast/Basin areas.  Like the last event, Damaging winds are expected with this one.  Although not as strong of upper support, it will be enough to bring wind gusts that will make travel near impossible for high profile vehicles within the crosswind areas, including along I-40, I-10, and I-8 through the low/high desert areas.

I would suggest anyone reading this to get your Santa Ana Wind plans together before the arrival on Wednesday. We will see wind gusts over 50 mph in the known areas with 70+ in the southern mountain slope areas.

I will be updating the member section models as the event nears, but for now this watch will do.

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