Category: Inland Empire Mira Loma Eastvale

Arctic Front To Bring Widespread Wind To Southern California Tonight into Sunday; Rain, Snow, Wind Models Inside

Arctic Front To Bring Widespread Wind To Southern California Tonight into Sunday; Rain, Snow, Wind Models Inside

An arctic front will sweep across Southern California tonight into Sunday.  Various areas of the forecast area will see different weather impacts, but to highlight the focus spots you can see the entire Southern California Weather Force wind, rain, and snow model. Tehachapi will see the most snow out of all populated mountain locations, even beating out Big Bear. Widespread […]

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Earthquake Watch Issued for The San Andreas Fault Now Through January 8th; a Foreshock was Detected.

Earthquake Watch Issued for The San Andreas Fault Now Through January 8th; a Foreshock was Detected.

Southern California Weather Force has issued an Earthquake Watch effective now through the weekend into Monday for the chance of a stronger earthquake occurring on the San Andreas Fault. At 10:55am Pacific Time on January 5th, 2024, a magnitude 4.2 earthquake occurred along the junction point of the San Andreas and San Jacinto Fault zones.  This area last shook with […]

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LONG RANGE WEATHER ADVISORY:  Arctic Jet Stream to Dip into Southwest Wednesday into the Weekend; Cold Storms

LONG RANGE WEATHER ADVISORY: Arctic Jet Stream to Dip into Southwest Wednesday into the Weekend; Cold Storms

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Long-Range Weather Advisory for the event that the arctic jet stream will dip into the Southern California area between January 3rd and the weekend of January 6th. As we move through the start of Winter, the upper-level blocking ridge south of Alaska will develop.  This will bring two cold systems down into the […]

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Fast Moving Storm System To Move Through Southern California Later Tonight into Saturday; Final Forecast

Fast Moving Storm System To Move Through Southern California Later Tonight into Saturday; Final Forecast

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Flood Watch effective for San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Western Ventura Counties, which will also include the Kern Valley zones effective overnight tonight and through mostly Saturday morning.  This will be the only place I’ll do a full flood watch due to how the fast moving system is coming in so read on […]

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Thunderstorm Watch

Thunderstorm Watch

Issued Zones:  Los Angeles Coast/Basin … All of Orange, San Diego, Riverside, and Imperial County … Baja, Mexico … Offshore Islands … Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Thunderstorm Watch effective today, peaking overnight, and into Friday … Date Issued:  12/21/23 at 8:30am local Forecast:  A cutoff low is impacting the region through the watch period.  As more lift […]

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Preliminary Rainfall Forecast for Southern California: Category Four Pacific Storm Assigned

Preliminary Rainfall Forecast for Southern California: Category Four Pacific Storm Assigned

Southern California Weather Force has assigned the category number from the SCWF Pacific Storm Category System from a category one to six, six being the highest.  This system has been officially assigned a Category Four, between Wednesday and Friday of this week. Southern California Weather Force projections dated back to November 28th (Reference A Link Below) with this strong storm […]

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Long Range Weather Advisory:  Series of Storms To Impact Southern California Surrounding Christmas Week

Long Range Weather Advisory: Series of Storms To Impact Southern California Surrounding Christmas Week

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Long-Range Weather Advisory.  As stated way back on November 28th, the thought of the first system to come would be between the window of December 13th and 20th (Reference A Link Below).  This window will make it as the first system is expected west of Los Angeles by Monday, December 18th. As that […]

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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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