February 8, 2024 at 12:33 pm

Long Range Weather Watch Issued: Second Storm Pattern Aiming Southern California Week of February 17th


Southern California Weather Force has issued a Long-Range Weather Watch, effective starting February 17th and going on for the week of the 18th with a possible series of storms moving in.

Southern California Weather Force Precipitation Risk Model has activated another storm pattern as the jet stream returns back to California.  Values are similar to the previous pattern we just had when it comes to the metros painted in the extreme category, so this bears watching closely as we near the event.

This is still 10 days or so out, so this Long-Range Weather Watch will remain until values remain, weaken, or get stronger to determine if the upgrade to advisory and warning will happen.  Details will be given as we near the 5–7-day mark.

A Long-Range Weather Watch means that a storm pattern is being monitored in the long range (more than a week out) and that additional information will be updated on within a few days of the post.

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