Category: Surf Alerts South LA County LAX

IMMINENT:  Santa Ana Winds Returning;  Heatwave, High Fire Risk, and Dry Weather

IMMINENT: Santa Ana Winds Returning; Heatwave, High Fire Risk, and Dry Weather

Rain has added up for areas east of Orange County with San Diego and the Eastern Deserts seeing the most rainfall from former Hurricane Paine but things are about to change with a major heatwave coming this weekend into early this next week along with the dreaded return of the Santa Ana Winds … Read on for details … A […]

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Marine Weather Warning

Marine Weather Warning

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Issued Zones:  All Bight and Island Region Of Southern California Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Marine Weather Warning effective now for Monday … Date:  9/18/16 at 4:00pm PT Forecast: Our models shows a strong area of positive vorticy advection moving into the bight on Monday morning and lasting through the evening, respectively… The energy provided with give way to elevated […]

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Heatwave To Give Way To Clouds, Showers, and Thunderstorms Across Southern California

Heatwave To Give Way To Clouds, Showers, and Thunderstorms Across Southern California

The heat is on as previously forecast but this will be short-lived as the clouds move in on Monday, bringing with it the risk of shower and even thunderstorm activity.  Because of the lack of cold core, the storm will not retain the name Amelia … but will still impact us the same so read on for those details. The […]

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Pacific Storm Amelia May Be Pending For Monday And Tuesday;  Video Included

Pacific Storm Amelia May Be Pending For Monday And Tuesday; Video Included

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Current water vapor satellite images show the center of a cutoff low just west of Santa Barbara County and because it is moving due south … it will draw in moisture on Monday and Tuesday for widespread shower and thunderstorm activity in Southern California.  Because this has a cold core and is coming from the Pacific … It may […]

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Heat on Sunday May Give Way To Cutoff Storm Pattern;  Details and Scenarios

Heat on Sunday May Give Way To Cutoff Storm Pattern; Details and Scenarios

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] A heatwave on Sunday will bring triple digits to the inland areas with warm temperatures even along the coast thanks to offshore flow.  This pattern will give way to a potent cutoff low forming south of here and if it moves west a bit … it could introduce storms into the forecast area (mainly LA eastward) on Monday or […]

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After A Taste Of Fall A Heatwave Is Set To Develop By The Weekend; Massive By End Month

After A Taste Of Fall A Heatwave Is Set To Develop By The Weekend; Massive By End Month

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] After a taste of Fall, mild offshore flow will set into the area by this weekend and last through some of this next week with triple digits returning to the inland areas along with a mild Santa Ana Wind pattern for elevated fire risks by the 20th or 21st with a MAJOR Heatwave expected toward the end of the […]

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First Measurable ‘Precipitation’ for Los Angeles Metro and Surrounding Zones Expected Overnight tonight into Tuesday Morning

First Measurable ‘Precipitation’ for Los Angeles Metro and Surrounding Zones Expected Overnight tonight into Tuesday Morning

A weak front will develop in the bight of the forecast area from south of Ventura to Orange County with Los Angeles County at the center overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning, Tuesday.  It will drop light rain with it … but for a deeper explanation read on for the details. A cutoff low dropping south out of Canada is […]

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Much Colder Weather Coming Next Week Across Southern California

Much Colder Weather Coming Next Week Across Southern California

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] For a summer that has brought too many hot days inland, we will start to cool-down after this weekend and by Tuesday we won’t see 80s for a high in the inland metro areas and our mountains may even get to freezing during the night.  We might even see light measurable rain south and west of the mountains so […]

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September Cutoff Low Season And A Look At La Nina 2016-2017

September Cutoff Low Season And A Look At La Nina 2016-2017

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] September is cutoff low season and the season generally starts as the Southwest Monsoon season ends … have a look at the rest of the month pattern and a glimpse at La Nina by reading on … Newton is well inland as tropical remnants that hit Arizona and the moisture is extending through the rest of the Central and […]

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September 2016 Weather Pattern Forecast;  2016-2017 Storm Name Contest Begins

September 2016 Weather Pattern Forecast; 2016-2017 Storm Name Contest Begins

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The September 2016 forecast has now been released and it will talk about the different patterns we can expect to see this month.  Also, since 1999 this project in different names has been naming Pacific Storms and now you the reader can get a chance to get a name in there so read on for the details. The contest […]

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