Author: Weather Force

December 2021 Weather Pattern Forecast Outlook For Southern California; December Arctic Blasts and Storms

December 2021 Weather Pattern Forecast Outlook For Southern California; December Arctic Blasts and Storms

December 2021 remains to be seen as one of the most active months that this season will hold, given an eastern-based weakening La Nina.  The month will be completely 100% opposite of what this last month was, both precipitation and temperature-wise and this is for both Southern California and Arizona Weather Force so read on for details after the first […]

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Santa Ana Wind Watch Issued For Wednesday into Thanksgiving For Below Passes and Canyons; Fire Weather Watch Embedded

Santa Ana Wind Watch Issued For Wednesday into Thanksgiving For Below Passes and Canyons; Fire Weather Watch Embedded

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Santa Ana Wind Watch for a strong Santa Ana Wind Event expected to arrive Wednesday and go into some of Thanksgiving.  This is also a Fire Weather Watch and if you are in a prone area, now is the time to get your plans together, clear the brush around the house, and even […]

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Santa Ana Wind Watch Issued For Saturday night Through Sunday For Below Passes and Canyons of Southern California

Santa Ana Wind Watch Issued For Saturday night Through Sunday For Below Passes and Canyons of Southern California

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Santa Ana Wind Watch for a moderate strength Santa Ana Wind Event expected to arrive later overnight on Saturday, but mainly on Sunday as this is also a Fire Weather Watch and if you are in a prone area, now is the time to get your plans together, clear the brush around the […]

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REMINDER:  Near Total Lunar Eclipse Overnight Tonight, Thursday Night into Friday Morning; High Clouds Could Hamper The View; Return Of The Santa Ana Winds

REMINDER: Near Total Lunar Eclipse Overnight Tonight, Thursday Night into Friday Morning; High Clouds Could Hamper The View; Return Of The Santa Ana Winds

With the exception of low marine layer clouds overnight tonight for the 1:00am Friday morning peak of the near total lunar eclipse, the post I made four days ago predicting high clouds could be a problem has come true along with the return of Santa Ana Winds over the weekend for the prone zones so read on for details … […]

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Dense Fog Warning

Dense Fog Warning

Issued Zones:  Kern County Valleys … Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Dense Fog Warning effective now through Monday, overnights until noon – Date:  11/13/21 at 10:45 pm PT Forecast: Dense Fog has developed in the Central Valley out of the Southern California Weather Force forecast area, and this area will develop further into the entire Kern Valley […]

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Hang In There This November;  Active December Looks To Be Strengthening For Storms Into Southern California; Follow-up

Hang In There This November; Active December Looks To Be Strengthening For Storms Into Southern California; Follow-up

The Southern California Weather Force November forecast called for most of the rainfall happening toward the end of the month long forecast period, which included the first week of December.  November however was to have very little rainfall across the region as the Fall pattern starts to set up so read on for details as the weak La Nina at […]

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HOT TOPIC:  2021-2022 Seasonal Weather Forecast Released For Southwestern United States; Detailed Maps and Discussion Within

HOT TOPIC: 2021-2022 Seasonal Weather Forecast Released For Southwestern United States; Detailed Maps and Discussion Within

A borderline weak La Nina to La Nada (neither La Nina or El Nino) will be the kicker for the season, with a very interesting mixed bag of events to come as we will be in for one of the top 7th coldest seasons since records began in 1850 so read on for details and view the maps within … […]

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One Month Long Range Forecast Projection For the Southwest United States; Valid All of November and First Week of December

One Month Long Range Forecast Projection For the Southwest United States; Valid All of November and First Week of December

After what I will call a roller coaster of a month in terms of temperatures, along with boring weather, what one has to get through to get to the finish line where storm patterns capable of low elevation snow await, here is your one month forecast valid now through the first week of December so read on for details … […]

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G3 Geomagnetic Storms Impacted Earth; 24 Hours Of Effects Expected; Including More Northern Light Sightings Into Southwest

G3 Geomagnetic Storms Impacted Earth; 24 Hours Of Effects Expected; Including More Northern Light Sightings Into Southwest

On November 4, 2021, a CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) impacted the planet.  Radio blackout was detected and the effects will be far felt today into Friday, including the chance of seeing the Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis as far south as the Southern United States so read on for details … A G3-Class Geomagnetic Storm is in IN PROGRESS, and […]

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BREAKING:  G3-Class Geomagnetic Storm From Major Solar Flare Heading To Earth Weekend of October 30, 2021; Details

BREAKING: G3-Class Geomagnetic Storm From Major Solar Flare Heading To Earth Weekend of October 30, 2021; Details

On October 28th, 2021, an X1-Class Solar Flare erupted from the Sun, sending a CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) toward the planet.  Radio blackout was detected within an hour of it and the effects will be far felt this weekend, including the chance of seeing the Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis as far south as the Southern United States so read […]

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