Arctic Air Mass To Return Tuesday night into Wednesday For A Near Repeat Of Last Weather Pattern; First Outlook


Southern California Weather Force has issued a Special Weather Statement for a near repeat weather pattern from several days ago with lower snow-levels, gusty winds, and rainfall in an inside slider fashion so read on for details …

The last storm system was completely nailed and as you saw in the final forecast article, sometime after February 20th would be the next pattern start.   This looks to happen with an onshore flow and gusty winds as early as Monday in the metro areas, mainly Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, The Inland Empire and the south and west adjacent mountain slope zones.   Monday will be mainly the mountain/desert zones for gusty to damaging west winds ahead of the main upper-level low.

On Tuesday, we get those gusty winds into the metro zones with the onset of the coming front.  Wind gusts easily from 35-50 mph for areas like Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, and San Diego County, especially along the coast.  High waves will impact the area on this day … so I do not recommend going out then.

As Tuesday night hits, the frontal zone will drop the snow-levels down below 4,000 FT, in some cases below 3,000 FT.  This air-mass is very similar to the one that hit several days ago.  In fact, many of you who are not following my forecasts closely were surprised.  My models even showed the snowfall into the Hesperia areas.  Furthermore I predicted the thunderstorms and issued a Thunderstorm Watch for that event.    The general air-mass looks the same, just a bit colder.

Tehachapi you will get it first on Tuesday night, followed by the rest of the region way overnight into mainly Wednesday.  I also see some snowfall being possible for Las Vegas, just not a lot … but enough to say ‘hey it’s there!’ …

The first alerts to always go out will be the wind alerts.  The wind watch is in effect for all areas in the yellow-shaded images below.  A follow-up will be given as we near the inside slider’s arrival.

LONG RANGE:  We remain at just above 10.65″ inches of rainfall for Downtown Los Angeles this season.  My forecast was 10-14″ which means we are within it and in a scientific perspective I wouldn’t mind now having too much more to maintain that window, but a lot of the times this type of pattern leads to an active Spring.  That forecast will be given in a couple weeks as this month closes and we start Meteorological Spring, which is March 1st every year.

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I control 10 counties in Southern California so there is a lot to say for various areas. The best I can do is let the images below speak for themselves.

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.


Main Weather Type – Valid Monday for the Mountain/Desert areas, the rest of the region for Tuesday … February 21-22, 2022

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