Southern California Weather Force has upgraded a Long-Range Weather Watch to the second to last stage of advisory, 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 maintained 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 may not be an atmospheric river, but it will paint a few storms into the region, which can be potent for preparations…
A Long-Range Weather Advisory means that a storm pattern has been monitored in the long range with a watch, and now is within the 7-day mark and that additional information will be updated on within a few days of the post.
This is a Raiden Storm Pattern.
A Raiden Storm Pattern means a pattern that was foreseen ahead of any source, which; like a comet, bears the name of the scientist who saw it.
Stay tuned to Southern California Weather Force for further updates …
– Raiden Storm –
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