Southern California Weather Force has issued the final forecast for a powerful storm that will impact Southern California later today, tonight, Monday, and last into Tuesday. This system has been finalized as a category five out of the one through six scale.
Since I don’t feel to write a novel, we can talk about fonts, bullet point summaries, etc, but I’ll let you use the maps for this event. I will note that the zoom-in maps now contain a zoom-in on the Inland Empire, so if you live there (as I do) you can enjoy that new addition. I also decided to do the mountain zone zoom-in feature for the snow, which will be standard from here on out.
Any additional alerts will be issued accordingly, but this has been well taken care of over the last 10 days.
Oh and please do not say it is not raining where you are yet until Tuesday is over. Read the timing. Just when you think to comment it isn’t reading, read the timing, and when you think you read it enough… Read is once more …
For the rest of the forecast, use the model images here –
Raiden Storm Wind Gust Intensity Scale –
8. Extensive widespread damage.
7. Trees are broken or uprooted, building damage is considerable. – High Profile Vehicle Roll-Over CERTAIN.
6. SOME Trees are broken or uprooted, building damage is possible. – High Profile Vehicle Roll-Over Likely, Do NOT recommend Traveling in this zone. This zone also is the starting zone where trees and powerlines will fall and damage cars and even kill people near or in them!
5. Slight damage occurs to buildings; shingles are blown off of roofs. HIGH WIND WARNING CRITERIA – High Profile Vehicle Roll-Over Possible if weight is not corrected.
4. Twigs and small branches are broken from trees, walking is difficult.
3. Large trees sway, becoming difficult to walk. POWER SHUTDOWN THRESHOLD DURING FIRE WEATHER / WIND ADVISORY CRITERIA
– Raiden Storm –
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