Category: Surf Alerts South LA County LAX

FINAL PREDICTION: NOAA will Botch El Nino When It Was Called Opposite Privately Here at SCWF; Details

FINAL PREDICTION: NOAA will Botch El Nino When It Was Called Opposite Privately Here at SCWF; Details

Southern California Weather Force has issued an update to the Super Long-Range Forecast for this season’s El Nino. If you have been following, you know that here at Southern California Weather Force the forecast was for a strong El Nino.  But, El Nino does not mean rain at all for Southern California. As for the short and medium range … […]

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December Forecast with Multiple Santa Ana Winds and Pattern Change to Impact the Region

December Forecast with Multiple Santa Ana Winds and Pattern Change to Impact the Region

Across Southern California: Multiple events are anticipated as we progress through December. Initially, there will be several Santa Ana wind events accompanied by intermittent warming throughout the month. This will be followed by a storm system expected to affect the region from December 15th to December 22nd, just before Christmas which is looking to be on the dry side but […]

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Enhanced Santa Ana Wind Warning Issued For The Prone Zone of November 20th 2023

Enhanced Santa Ana Wind Warning Issued For The Prone Zone of November 20th 2023

Southern California Weather Force has issued the Enhanced Santa Ana Wind Warning, which will be stronger than the last warning back on October 27th. Previous updates used the medium resolution SCWF wind model.  This update is using the super high resolution wind model, in-which the zoom in images can be found within this write-up. A strong ridge to the west will bring […]

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Secondary Storm Impulse to Cross Southern California Friday night into Saturday; Details

Secondary Storm Impulse to Cross Southern California Friday night into Saturday; Details

Southern California Weather Force is pending a possible Flood Watch for areas Los Angeles westward, in areas like Western Los Angeles County, Ventura County, Santa Barbara County, and San Luis Obispo County.  This decision will come on Friday morning, but you can get the details on it now. The upper-level low that caused a conveyor belt of storms for Los […]

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Long Range Weather Advisory Update: Southern California Metro Storm Risk Upgraded To High Risk

Long Range Weather Advisory Update: Southern California Metro Storm Risk Upgraded To High Risk

Southern California Weather Force has upgraded the category status of the coming system with a narrowed window from November 14th to 18th to November 15th and 16th, with an upgrade from category three to four with room for upgrade. Back on November 5th, the official long range weather advisory was issued here at Southern California Weather Force.  (See reference A […]

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Preliminary Storm Risk Assessment:  Category Three To Start Issued for November 14th to 18th

Preliminary Storm Risk Assessment: Category Three To Start Issued for November 14th to 18th

Southern California Weather Force has set a starting category of three out of the one through six scale, with room to go higher.  Continue reading on for the window of November 14th through 18th as this is a long-range forecast update to what your ‘apps’ did not show in the beginning. A split flow pattern will allow a pineapple express […]

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LONG RANGE WEATHER ADVISORY: First Pacific Storm of the Season for Southern California

LONG RANGE WEATHER ADVISORY: First Pacific Storm of the Season for Southern California

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Long-Range Weather Advisory effective for mid-November, with a window between November 14th and 18th respectively. A ridge south of Alaska will form with a ridge in Southern Canada.  This will block storms from moving up and over and into the Central/Eastern United States and allow a rouge low pressure system to form below […]

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UPGRADE: Enhanced Santa Ana Wind Warning Issued for The Prone Zones of Southern California Sunday into Monday

UPGRADE: Enhanced Santa Ana Wind Warning Issued for The Prone Zones of Southern California Sunday into Monday

Southern California Weather Force has upgraded the Santa Ana Wind Warning issued on October 27th to the higher class Enhanced Santa Ana Wind Warning, effective for below mountain passes starting early Sunday morning before sunrise and moving through the day and into some of Monday. Previous updates used the medium resolution SCWF wind model.  This update is using the super […]

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Final Forecast Update for the 2023-2024 Strong El Nino Storm Season Pattern for Southern California

Final Forecast Update for the 2023-2024 Strong El Nino Storm Season Pattern for Southern California

Southern California Weather Force has issued an update to the previous issued final forecast for the 2023-2024 winter season and remains to be anything but a normal El Nino. El Nino is the warming of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean from South America to near Australia.  The last strong El Nino we had like this was the 1997-1998 season, however does […]

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FINAL FORECAST:  2023-2024 El Nino Season for Southern California

FINAL FORECAST: 2023-2024 El Nino Season for Southern California

Southern California Weather Force has issued the final forecast for the 2023-2024 Strong El Nino Season. The last update on the preliminary forecast will stand.  I will keep this as storms moving to the north mostly and delivering strong Santa Ana Wind Events, unlike the last several years.  I will be going opposite of the other forecasts and going for […]

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