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Pacific System Misses Southern California; But Will Generate Santa Ana Wind Conditions For The Next 24 Hours; Trucker Alert

Pacific System Misses Southern California; But Will Generate Santa Ana Wind Conditions For The Next 24 Hours; Trucker Alert

A Pacific System has missed Southern California for the most part with only scattered dynamics.  Off and on snow showers are still likely for the Cajon Pass to LA/SBD/RIV Mountains with wrap-around moisture and a wind storm is brewing for the Kern/Gorman/Ventura/Santa Barbara Mountain for Wednesday so read on for details … Join Southern California Weather Force main Facebook Page […]

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FINAL FORECAST:  Pacific Storm Hercules Recycled; Misses Most of Forecast Area but Santa Ana Winds and Mountain/High Desert Snow Is Expected With Alerts Already Issued

FINAL FORECAST: Pacific Storm Hercules Recycled; Misses Most of Forecast Area but Santa Ana Winds and Mountain/High Desert Snow Is Expected With Alerts Already Issued

Pacific Storm Hercules will fail to affect half the forecast area and thus the name will be recycled for the next storm system use.  This Pacific System will slide southwest of the forecast area and bring snow to the Mountain and High Desert regions along with heavy rain in SLO/SBA County, and Santa Ana Winds in the prone areas.  This […]

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DETAILED:  Pacific Storm Hercules Wandering Off-Track; Will Deliver Scattered Zone Forecast Dynamics To Southland Sunday night through Monday

DETAILED: Pacific Storm Hercules Wandering Off-Track; Will Deliver Scattered Zone Forecast Dynamics To Southland Sunday night through Monday

Pacific Storm Hercules is going to act like a normal cutoff low and kind of veer off track due to the detachment from the jet stream and forecast changes have to be made.  This is my Stoplight Forecast, which means I will deliver a detailed view of what the system is likely going to do based on what I see […]

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Storm Track Update and Today’s Agenda – 12-28-2019 – 7:45am

Storm Track Update and Today’s Agenda – 12-28-2019 – 7:45am

This is going to be a very hard storm to forecast over the next 24 hours. The track is called a closed cutoff diving upper level low and these coming in from almost due north along the coast can go weird ways. 1. If the storm continues the current path it will bring the previous forecast to light. Mostly along […]

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Pacific Storm Hercules Declared; Category Three To Start;  Rain, Low Elevation Snow, Thunderstorms, and a Martin Storm Diamond System

Pacific Storm Hercules Declared; Category Three To Start; Rain, Low Elevation Snow, Thunderstorms, and a Martin Storm Diamond System

Pacific Storm Hercules is next on the Southern California Weather Force storm list and it will start as a Category Three regionally capable of rain, low elevation snow, and yes even thunderstorms for some metro areas starting Sunday night for some but mainly hitting on Monday.  Find out where by reading on. Join Southern California Weather Force main Facebook Page […]

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Thursday Update: Major Pacific Storm GAVIN Brings Two Possible Tornadoes, Heavy Rainfall, All Mountain Pass Closures, and For Some It Is Not Over Yet

Thursday Update: Major Pacific Storm GAVIN Brings Two Possible Tornadoes, Heavy Rainfall, All Mountain Pass Closures, and For Some It Is Not Over Yet

Major Pacific Storm GAVIN has brought category five out of six conditions on the Southern California Weather Force storm scale and is going as forecast thus far.  There are reports and radar images I’ve gathered that tell me at least two tornadoes touched down, one in Santa Barbara County’s southeast coast and one in Ventura at the harbor.  The storm […]

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Major Pacific Storm GAVIN; Category Five Prompts Tornado Watch for Santa Barbara and Ventura, Flooding elsewhere, and High Desert Snow

Major Pacific Storm GAVIN; Category Five Prompts Tornado Watch for Santa Barbara and Ventura, Flooding elsewhere, and High Desert Snow

In what could very well be a once in every 10-15 year storm for the Gorman and Cajon Pass regions like the December 17, 2008 storm, Major Pacific Storm Gavin is maintaining a category five status and a Tornado Watch has been issued here at Southern California Weather Force along with Winter Storm Warning alerts in the high desert areas […]

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Squall-Line Watch, Santa Ana Wind Advisory, and Flood Warning with Embedded Tornado Wording

Squall-Line Watch, Santa Ana Wind Advisory, and Flood Warning with Embedded Tornado Wording

Issued Zones:  All metro areas south/west of the mountains except the Inland Empire … Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Squall-Line Watch, Santa Ana Wind Advisory, and embedded Flood Warning effective Christmas Night through Thursday at 3pm and then a Santa Ana Wind Advisory from Thursday 3pm till Friday at 9am … Date:  12/24/19 at 1:50pm PT Forecast: […]

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DETAILS:  Pacific Storm Fiona Moving Out;  Major Pacific Storm GAVIN comes in Christmas Night through Thursday;  Low Elevation Snow

DETAILS: Pacific Storm Fiona Moving Out; Major Pacific Storm GAVIN comes in Christmas Night through Thursday; Low Elevation Snow

Well here we are.  On the article back on November 29th I said another cold system will hit before the month of December was to be over and such a system will be coming in Christmas Night, mainly Thursday.  This is officially a mountain pass affecting system, including snow in the High Desert again along with rain elsewhere so read […]

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WARNING: Christmas Storm Pattern Certain;  The Martin Storm Pattern, Some Cold, Is 100% Certain and Will Disrupt Holiday Travel; Free Trial Opened For Alerts

WARNING: Christmas Storm Pattern Certain; The Martin Storm Pattern, Some Cold, Is 100% Certain and Will Disrupt Holiday Travel; Free Trial Opened For Alerts

Back on November 29th I issued a forecast for cold systems to return during the Christmas period, or before the month of December is over.  This was another long range forecast that cannot be seen anywhere but Southern California Weather Force.  This will chalk another success in the long range ability and this pattern is now not an what if, […]

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