September 10, 2022 at 9:40 am

Thunderstorm Watch


Issued Zones:  Eastern San Luis Obispo County … Kern County … Antelope Valley … High Desert Metro including the Cajon Pass … San Bernardino, Riverside, San Diego Mountain/Foothills Zones … Morongo Basin … Desert Center and JTNP … Banning zones … 

Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Thunderstorm Watch effective now through this evening …

Date Issued:  9/10/22 at 10:40am local

Forecast:  First I will say that this is a demonstration of the SCWF Event Coverage Model (Below this write-up), which you see in this post.  This event is NOT for the main populated regions of Southern California but is for our friends inland like the mountain/desert/kern county areas and will show you how I do things with micro-climates so let’s get started as I will checkmark every single thing today that happens in what I speak about below and where.

Tropical Storm Kay has pushed west of the forecast area, in-which as I stated in the previous update would turn the scenario into an inland type of storm scenario, a monsoon type pattern where moisture being pumped out of the south and east around the northeast periphery (lifting zone) would be the main focus.  So, let’s look at the main focus spots and of course the SCWF Event Coverage Model.  


METRO HIGH DESERT / CAJON PASS:  What will happen is an impulse now moving through the Coachella Valley will continue west northwestward and this will set off a chain reaction that will move off the San Bernardino Mountains and hit the metro high desert zones.  As you can see from the ‘COVERAGE’ model, which is a model developed last year, the Metro High Desert is painted red, which means numerous storms will be expected there, which will cause an impact along Interstate 15 so pay attention to this warning.  

ANTELOPE VALLEY:  The High Desert activity will then activate the Antelope Valley forecast zones of Palmdale/Lancaster and why not let us go further north on this activation to the Edwards Air Force Base zones.  The COVERAGE model show orange/red there so scattered to numerous storms will hit those zones.  

KERN COUNTY: This continues to move later on into the Kern Mountain zones which will activate the mountain range and send more dynamics westward and activate storms in the Kern County Valley zones.  Impact will be seen most north of Bakersfield and areas like Wasco’s zone where the ‘COVERAGE’ model shows a red value or numerous storm number.  What is interesting is the model shows a green zone over Bakersfield proper with higher values all around it.  This could be a record if the SCWF Coverage Model can do this and say that Downtown Bakersfield would have the weakest dynamics for this event with a lot happening around it.  Long shot, but I trust this model I developed.  

SAN DIEGO COUNTY: Storms south into Mexico will shove outflow boundaries northward today and activate the San Diego Foothill/Mountain zones coming out of Campo heading northwest into the Alpine area.  The ‘COVERAGE’ model shows a magenta value in Mexico which means complete storm coverage and red into the regions stated above.  Leakage and weakening storm activity will be likely as far west as Santee and Escondido.

SUNDAY:  We have even stronger lift/dynamics for the inland areas once again.  This again is not for the coast unless I state so.  This again is where the monsoon typically affects.

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Both short and long-range is very important to know in those jobs so you can bet on accuracy here. He is versed in fields like Western USA, Tornadoes, Floods, Hurricanes, High Winds, Fire Behavior, Snow and Blizzards, Short Range, Long Range, Seasonal, and Life-Threatening decisions with over 20 years experience, out-forecasting all weather services available today with lead-time and precision, which makes him a focus of ridicule and envy.
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