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Long Lasting Heatwave To Grip Southland Starting Sunday, Lasting into This Next Week

Long Lasting Heatwave To Grip Southland Starting Sunday, Lasting into This Next Week

A heatwave lasting a week will grip Southern California, Starting Sunday, and going into this next week, possibly through the next weekend.  Read on for details. High Heat Warnings may again be needed in our inland valley/basin areas of the forecast area as more than 10-15 degrees above the average is going to be expected.  Our grids show a more […]

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El Nino Vs Warm Blob?   All Scenarios Point To Southern California Getting Slammed

El Nino Vs Warm Blob? All Scenarios Point To Southern California Getting Slammed

[fbvideo link=”https://www.facebook.com/scweatherforce/videos/vb.1579713538969429/1618995331707916/” width=”600″ height=”600″ onlyvideo=”1″] Traditionally Southern California is Dry 7 out of 10 winters.  So of course you get forecasters who predict a dry winter every year and they can be 70% right.  That’s still a C-.  But El Nino has something to contend with this year that we have never seen before on a merge.  The blob is […]

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High Heat Warning

High Heat Warning

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] Issued Zones:  Inland Valleys/Empire/Kern … High/Low Deserts … Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a High Heat Warning effective Thursday through Monday … Date:  8/11/15 at 4:15pm PT Forecast: A very strong ridge of high pressure will form over Southern California starting Thursday … peaking over the weekend and fading after Monday.  Very high temperatures well above the normal will accompany […]

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Super El Nino Watch Issued;  Grab Your Sandbags This Month; Heatwave Heading In

Super El Nino Watch Issued; Grab Your Sandbags This Month; Heatwave Heading In

We have gone ahead and issued a Super El Nino Watch, which means conditions are being watched for a Super El Nino to develop.  A Super El Nino is classified as having +2.0c above the average temperatures in the ENSO regions of the Central/Eastern Pacific at the equator.  Residents in Southern California are urged to stock up on sandbags over […]

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Finally, raining in Big Bear!

After teasing us all day with sun and clouds up here in Big Bear (92315), and some light rain this morning, the main part of the system arrived around 4pm. It started with a light rain and developed into moderate rain as we headed out to dinner. Upon leaving the restaurant it was definitely a moderate rain, and by the […]

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El Nino To Get A Boost By Super Typhoon Soudelor

El Nino To Get A Boost By Super Typhoon Soudelor

Another factor we look for with boosting El Nino strength would be the Typhoons in the Eastern Pacific, one such Typhoon is going to increase the El Nino dynamics so continue reading on with those details. Super Typhoon Soudelor is going to slam Taiwan as a major system, likely a Category Four or Five Super Typhoon.  Typhoons often put wrenches […]

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