Category: Inland Empire San Jacinto

Strong Storm System to Divide Southern California Like the Civil War Sunday through Wednesday

Strong Storm System to Divide Southern California Like the Civil War Sunday through Wednesday

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Flood Watch for the following areas, effective Sunday through Wednesday for the week of February 18th, 2024; San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles (minus deserts), and Orange County … The Northern Inland Empire Ontario, Fontana and the Cajon Pass … A strong but slow-moving storm system will start to bring a […]

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Raiden Storm App:  Update Made to Include Comments Directly to This Weather Service

Raiden Storm App: Update Made to Include Comments Directly to This Weather Service

This is Raiden Storm with an app update. If you have it, go to your playstore/app store and update it, if you do not have it, great, if not, its $5/month cheap as all hell to keep this project going.  This app you are paying for, or will soon, has now a commenting system.  You can now comment, ask a […]

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Flood Emergency Issued For Los Angeles, Orange, Inland Empire Zones Week of February 18th, 2024

Flood Emergency Issued For Los Angeles, Orange, Inland Empire Zones Week of February 18th, 2024

Southern California Weather Force has issued Flood Emergency effective now for the week of February 18th, 2024, for the following areas; Los Angeles and Orange County, The Inland Empire, and Camp Pendleton. A Long-Range Weather Warning is now also in effect for the following areas; San Luis Obispo, Kern, Santa Barbara, Ventura, San Diego County …. The High Desert Discussion: […]

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Imperial Valley Shaken by Series of Quakes, Largest Being 4.8 During Earthquake Watch Window

Imperial Valley Shaken by Series of Quakes, Largest Being 4.8 During Earthquake Watch Window

After midnight on the morning of February 12th, 2024, the Imperial Valley was awakened by a magntitude-4.8 earthquake.  This quake did indeed fall within the wording and alert for the Southern California Weather Force Earthquake Watch.  What will happen next? Back on February 9th, 2024, Malibu had a magnitude-4.6 earthquake.  This prompted another Earthquake Watch to be issued here at […]

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Long Range Weather Watch Upgraded to Long Range Weather Advisory for Week of February 17th

Long Range Weather Watch Upgraded to Long Range Weather Advisory for Week of February 17th

Southern California Weather Force has upgraded a Long-Range Weather Watch to the second to last stage of advisory, effective starting February 17th and going on for the week of the 18th with a possible series of storms moving in. Southern California Weather Force Precipitation Risk Model has maintained another storm pattern as the jet stream returns back to California.  Values […]

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Malibu Earthquake Fills Earthquake Watch; Likely Building for Larger; Watch Issued to February 25th

Malibu Earthquake Fills Earthquake Watch; Likely Building for Larger; Watch Issued to February 25th

Southern California Weather Force has issued an Earthquake Watch for a larger Earthquake for California until February 25th, 2024, after the main sequence continues to elevate. Move over Lucy Jones, I may be a meteorologist, but my expertise is actually patterns and numbers, which aligns to anything science or math ……  during the last watch windows, we had quakes up […]

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Long Range Weather Watch Issued:  Second Storm Pattern Aiming Southern California Week of February 17th

Long Range Weather Watch Issued: Second Storm Pattern Aiming Southern California Week of February 17th

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Long-Range Weather Watch, effective starting February 17th and going on for the week of the 18th with a possible series of storms moving in. Southern California Weather Force Precipitation Risk Model has activated another storm pattern as the jet stream returns back to California.  Values are similar to the previous pattern we just […]

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Southern California to Get Sucker Punched by Another Storm Wednesday Night into Thursday Morning

Southern California to Get Sucker Punched by Another Storm Wednesday Night into Thursday Morning

If this storm wasn’t enough for you, we have another one to hit us quickly on Wednesday night into Thursday morning.  This fast-moving system will be colder, have severe thunderstorm and tornado dynamics, and a bit of snow down into the 4,000 FT level pass zones.  It is possible a Severe Thunderstorm or Tornado Watch will be needed for the […]

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Southern California Atmospheric River Storm Update: Category Five: Tuesday Thunderstorm Risk

Southern California Atmospheric River Storm Update: Category Five: Tuesday Thunderstorm Risk

At the current time, the atmospheric river is hitting Los Angeles, Orange, and the Inland Empire zones.  This will not affect San Diego until this evening, peaking Tuesday morning for the heaviest rain. So, if you are in San Diego, you will eventually get it, patience is a virtue. As the system starts digging south and eastward, colder air aloft […]

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Final Forecast:  Category Five Pacific Storm To Impact Southern California Through Tuesday; Rain, Snow, Wind Maps

Final Forecast: Category Five Pacific Storm To Impact Southern California Through Tuesday; Rain, Snow, Wind Maps

Southern California Weather Force has issued the final forecast for a powerful storm that will impact Southern California later today, tonight, Monday, and last into Tuesday.  This system has been finalized as a category five out of the one through six scale. Since I don’t feel to write a novel, we can talk about fonts, bullet point summaries, etc, but […]

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