Category: Surf Alerts North LA County Malibu

Thunderstorm Watch

Thunderstorm Watch

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Issued Zones:  All of Southern California … Except far West in Vandenberg and San Luis Obispo Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Thunderstorm Watch effective now through Friday … Date:  5/5/16 at 11:00am PT Forecast: A very large area of thunderstorm dynamics will hit most of Southern California today, tonight, and through Friday … An upper level cutoff low that […]

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Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Issued Zones:  Entire Region Of Southern California … Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Special Weather Statement effective now for Thursday and Friday … Date:  5/4/16 at 1:05pm PT Forecast: A cutoff low will begin affecting the area on Thursday, but come into most of the region on Friday.  This type of system will put different locations within rain/storm activity […]

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Bulk of Cutoff Low Storm Impacts Southern California Today, Tonight, and Through Sunday

Bulk of Cutoff Low Storm Impacts Southern California Today, Tonight, and Through Sunday

With the bulk of the cutoff low coming in later today, tonight, and into Sunday, the forecast area will see an increase in rainfall and a risk for isolated thunderstorms so read on for the details and watch the video included. At the current time the storm system is center just southwest of the Martin storm diamond.  The Martin storm […]

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Winds To Give Way To Moisture Surge Pattern In Southern California

Winds To Give Way To Moisture Surge Pattern In Southern California

Santa Ana Wind Prone Zones will get strong winds on Wednesday, followed by a moisture and upper dynamic surge Thursday into the weekend which will reinforce precipitation and storm potential across the forecast area.  Read on for details and watch the video. Latest water vapor satellite images show a dry atmosphere at the moment, but looking to the south we […]

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End Week into Weekend Precipitation Chances Rise;  April 2016 Forecast Long Range Outlook Released

End Week into Weekend Precipitation Chances Rise; April 2016 Forecast Long Range Outlook Released

Precipitation chances are on the rise across the forecast area through the end of this week into the weekend with multiple shots of storms through the mid part of this month.  Read on for details. A wandering upper level low south of here by the end of the week will usher in moisture out of the south, similar to what […]

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What Happened To El Nino For Southern California?  The Answer Is Here; Video Included

What Happened To El Nino For Southern California? The Answer Is Here; Video Included

Everywhere you look (No not Fuller House) you see articles questioning where El Nino is and why the little boy didn’t show up.  The answer my surprise you and even open your eyes.  After you are done reading this article and watching the video embedded you’ll see why you need to keep tuned to the forecasts I provide you, both […]

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March 2016 Long Range Weather Pattern Outlook Update;  Pattern Forecast Remains Active

March 2016 Long Range Weather Pattern Outlook Update; Pattern Forecast Remains Active

February 2016 is going out with nothing … as the previous article suggested and March 2016 is still on track to be active.  Read on for some of those details. After around March 3rd we will start to see the breakdown of the Martin El Nino Anomaly, a surface high pressure center that has been keeping us dry most of […]

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February and March 2016 Forecast;  The Start Of El Nino Effects For Southern California

February and March 2016 Forecast; The Start Of El Nino Effects For Southern California

Clearly people are asking where is El Nino?  El Nino is here, however the effects have been pretty dull in terms of back to back systems … and lulls in the pattern.  That will change during the second half of February right on into March as my long range forecast does indicate the pattern and El Nino values moving into […]

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Marine Weather Warning

Marine Weather Warning

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text] Issued Zones:  All bight and coast … Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Marine Weather Warning effective now through Monday … Date:  12/13/15 at 11:00am PT Forecast: A squall-line will impact the entire bight and coastal region of Southern California, starting in San Luis Obispo this early afternoon, spreading into the Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, and […]

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FINAL FORECAST:  Southern California El Nino Forecast Breakdown By Month Released

FINAL FORECAST: Southern California El Nino Forecast Breakdown By Month Released

El Nino is now at a whopping +2.8c and we are on track to start the storms very shortly.  We have less than two weeks to start seeing the atmosphere respond.  November 2015 is going as forecast so far so what does December, January, February, and March look like?  Read on for details. NOTE:  If you are a SCWF subscriber […]

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