Category: Surf Alerts Pismo Beach

August 2016 Monthly Weather Forecast Pattern Released

August 2016 Monthly Weather Forecast Pattern Released

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The July 2016 forecast went well with the predicted drier than normal weather and slightly hotter than average temperatures as a whole month combined … and now it is onto what August will be so read on for details. August 2016 will feature a cooling period for the first 10 days of the month.  Already, high pressure has backed […]

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Easterly Wave Monsoonal Flow Event Targets Southern California By End Month

Easterly Wave Monsoonal Flow Event Targets Southern California By End Month

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Easterly waves within the monsoonal flow (first of the season) are targeting Southern California for the risk of showers and thunderstorms into the region, extending even to some valley and coastal regions this next week.  Find out more and where the monitoring and confidence areas are as of now by reading on … The monsoon ridge; or heat dome, […]

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Dangerous Heatwave:  Inland Heatwave Strikes Through Weekend

Dangerous Heatwave: Inland Heatwave Strikes Through Weekend

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]   A strong ridge of high pressure has formed AS EXPECTED since the beginning of the month, making this yet another successful sole long range forecast.  In early July I said colder than average and then after the 18-20th it would be hotter with the return of heatwaves and here we are.  Here are the expected SELECT CITY values […]

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Monsoon Ridge Heat Blast Starts This Next Week With Oppressive Heat Inland

Monsoon Ridge Heat Blast Starts This Next Week With Oppressive Heat Inland

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Oppressive inland heat is set to arrive this next week with increasing monsoonal moisture depth toward the end of the month … and the article contains the information you’ll need to plan for heatwave level temperatures. When the monsoon first arrives in the Southwestern United States we get a heat-blast first.  This is one such heat-blast that will bring […]

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Monsoonal Surge Setting Up Next Week For Southern California

Monsoonal Surge Setting Up Next Week For Southern California

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] A monsoonal surge is setting up for Southern California this next week.  Find out who is targeted and when it will arrive. A ridge of high pressure that has been poorly placed this Summer so far will move into position to bring a surge of monsoonal moisture and upper level dynamics from areas of lift, easterly waves, and inverted […]

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July 2016; Below Average Temperatures and Then A Warm-Up; Long Range Forecast

July 2016; Below Average Temperatures and Then A Warm-Up; Long Range Forecast

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] So far the forecast made for July 2016 is on track with below average temperatures for the first half.  Last year we had the remnants of Hurricane Dolores hit the forecast area but what about this time?  Read on for details. The marine layer has returned to the inner areas, making it further in than May and June combined […]

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La Nina Has Officially Arrived; What Will It Mean For Southern California

La Nina Has Officially Arrived; What Will It Mean For Southern California

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]La Nina has officially arrived as the waters in the Equatorial Pacific have cooled drastically so what will this mean for our Summer, Fall, and the next Winter season?  Is the July 2016 forecast on track?  Read on … July 2016 is right on track with temperatures expected to be below normal for this time of year for the first […]

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July 2016 Temperature and Precipitation Forecast For Southern California

July 2016 Temperature and Precipitation Forecast For Southern California

The June 2016 forecast (released here) went perfect, calling for multiple heatwave events and an above average month for temperatures and a lack of precipitation in the forecast area … but how will July 2016 be?  Read on for details! July 2016 is going to feature the ridge of high pressure backing further east and allowing for a trough to […]

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La Nina Coming:  However Long Range May Prove More Stormy For Southern California

La Nina Coming: However Long Range May Prove More Stormy For Southern California

La Nina usually means drier than average conditions in Fall, Winter, and Spring … however as we saw the last El Nino didn’t do well in Southern California .. as expected Northern California took the rains … but a certain pattern this June and looking into July is making me think we’ll see more storms for the 2016-2017 season despite […]

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Prolonged Heatwave To Impact Inland Southern California Starting This Weekend

Prolonged Heatwave To Impact Inland Southern California Starting This Weekend

A ridge of high pressure will build back into the region and up the temperatures once again, giving a prolonged triple digit heatwave for the metro inland areas with well above normal temperatures again in the deserts starting this weekend and lasting well into the week following.  Read on for details. At the current time, models here at Southern California […]

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