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Satellite Image:  Shelf Cloud Along Tall Cloud Front Caused Kobe Bryant’s Pilot To Become Disoriented And Crash Into Hillside

Satellite Image: Shelf Cloud Along Tall Cloud Front Caused Kobe Bryant’s Pilot To Become Disoriented And Crash Into Hillside

It wasn’t so much ground fog as even cameras in the area shows a five mile visibility, but it was a tall cold-front that caused the pilot for Kobe Bryant’s helicopter to become disoriented and panic, that of which caused him to hit the hillside last Sunday so read on for the details. Satellite images obtained here at Southern California […]

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Powerful 7.7 Earthquake Hits Caribbean Sea Between Cuba and Jamaica: California Fault Stress Model On The Rise

Powerful 7.7 Earthquake Hits Caribbean Sea Between Cuba and Jamaica: California Fault Stress Model On The Rise

The U.S. Geological Survey says a powerful magnitude 7.7 earthquake struck south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica on Tuesday and the California Fault Stress Model is showing signs of rising again.It was centered 139 kilometers (86 miles) northwest of Montego Bay, Jamaica, and 140 kilometers (87 miles) west-southwest of Niquero, Cuba. It hit at 2:10 p.m. (1910 GMT) and […]

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CORONAVIRUS ALERT:  Flight Carrying Americans Out Of Wuhan China To Land At Ontario International Airport With Santa Ana Winds In Progress, Update On Bryant’s Copter Crash

CORONAVIRUS ALERT: Flight Carrying Americans Out Of Wuhan China To Land At Ontario International Airport With Santa Ana Winds In Progress, Update On Bryant’s Copter Crash

A flight carrying U.S. diplomats, family members and other Americans out of Wuhan, China, as a potentially deadly form of coronavirus continues to spread is expected to land at Ontario International Airport Wednesday during a major Santa Ana Wind Event.  Santa Ana Wind Events are known to spread sickness fast and they could not have picked the worst day to […]

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Expert Analysis and Official Flight Track:  Was Weather A Factor In Kobe Bryant’s Helicopter Crash? Not One Bit

Expert Analysis and Official Flight Track: Was Weather A Factor In Kobe Bryant’s Helicopter Crash? Not One Bit

In many areas of Southern California the fog was thick this morning, but was it a factor in the helicopter crash that killed NBA Legend Kobe Bryant in Calabasas on Sunday morning.  Read on for details of the flight track and weather at the time … Low visibility is dangerous to all from cars, boats, and air vehicles.  Even within […]

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Weak LOL Type System Will Move Through Southern California today through Tuesday; Model Maps Only Inside

Weak LOL Type System Will Move Through Southern California today through Tuesday; Model Maps Only Inside

This is just such a weak system, it does not even spark my jollies to even want to report on it but I will post the SCWF model images in this article so read on …As for the rest of the month, as per my JANUARY 2020 Forecast we will have below average rainfall and we are certainly right in […]

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Weather System Due Through Southern California On Thursday; Rare Hurricane Wind Gust Warning Issued For Big Bear Lake

Weather System Due Through Southern California On Thursday; Rare Hurricane Wind Gust Warning Issued For Big Bear Lake

A weather system is due into the region on Thursday into Thursday night.  This system will bring a bit of mountain snow and a moderate front Los Angeles westward, weakening for the IE/San Diego areas.  The big story is the wind and the rare Hurricane Wind Gust Warning has been issued. Join Southern California Weather Force main Facebook Page for […]

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BREAKING: Taal Volcano in the Philippines Has Erupted With The Force Of Mt. St. Helens; VEI-4; What Does It Mean For Our Coming Weather?

BREAKING: Taal Volcano in the Philippines Has Erupted With The Force Of Mt. St. Helens; VEI-4; What Does It Mean For Our Coming Weather?

Taal Volcano in the Philippines has sent an eruption plume 50,000 FT into the area, moving over Manila and dropping ash as it does so and now exiting the Northern Luzon Coast into the upper level jet stream.  What does it mean for weather in the states?  Read on … Evacuation orders have been ordered for three towns in Batangas, […]

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January 2020 Remains On Track For Below Average Rainfall Across Southern California; Warm Period Coming At Unusual Time; A Brief Look At The Spring

January 2020 Remains On Track For Below Average Rainfall Across Southern California; Warm Period Coming At Unusual Time; A Brief Look At The Spring

Now while my forecast for this month was below normal rainfall with below normal temperatures, that does not mean we won’t see some above normal temperatures for at least 5 days of this month and it will come at an unusual time so read on for details. So far so good in that January 2020 is remaining with not much […]

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Inside Slider Bringing Rain and Some Mountain Snow; SCWF Model Images Only

Inside Slider Bringing Rain and Some Mountain Snow; SCWF Model Images Only

Join Southern California Weather Force main Facebook Page for future updates! MICRO-CLIMATE ALERT FACEBOOK GROUPS:  Find yours today! Click here to join Find you area below for rain or snow through today (Thursday) – Rain Snow MICRO-CLIMATE ALERT FACEBOOK GROUPS:  Find yours today! Click here to join As always, stay tuned to official forecasts from Southern California Weather Force for […]

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January 2020 Forecast For Southern California; Colder Air Expected

January 2020 Forecast For Southern California; Colder Air Expected

Last month I put a preliminary forecast out stating we should be below normal in precipitation and colder than normal in temperatures.  This looks about right, but for the details keep reading on … Join Southern California Weather Force main Facebook Page for future updates! MICRO-CLIMATE ALERT FACEBOOK GROUPS:  Find yours today! Click here to join It was clear by […]

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