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BREAKING: Taal Volcano in the Philippines Has Erupted With The Force Of Mt. St. Helens; VEI-4; What Does It Mean For Our Coming Weather?

BREAKING: Taal Volcano in the Philippines Has Erupted With The Force Of Mt. St. Helens; VEI-4; What Does It Mean For Our Coming Weather?

Taal Volcano in the Philippines has sent an eruption plume 50,000 FT into the area, moving over Manila and dropping ash as it does so and now exiting the Northern Luzon Coast into the upper level jet stream.  What does it mean for weather in the states?  Read on … Evacuation orders have been ordered for three towns in Batangas, […]

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January 2020 Remains On Track For Below Average Rainfall Across Southern California; Warm Period Coming At Unusual Time; A Brief Look At The Spring

January 2020 Remains On Track For Below Average Rainfall Across Southern California; Warm Period Coming At Unusual Time; A Brief Look At The Spring

Now while my forecast for this month was below normal rainfall with below normal temperatures, that does not mean we won’t see some above normal temperatures for at least 5 days of this month and it will come at an unusual time so read on for details. So far so good in that January 2020 is remaining with not much […]

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Inside Slider Bringing Rain and Some Mountain Snow; SCWF Model Images Only

Inside Slider Bringing Rain and Some Mountain Snow; SCWF Model Images Only

Join Southern California Weather Force main Facebook Page for future updates! MICRO-CLIMATE ALERT FACEBOOK GROUPS:  Find yours today! Click here to join Find you area below for rain or snow through today (Thursday) – Rain Snow MICRO-CLIMATE ALERT FACEBOOK GROUPS:  Find yours today! Click here to join As always, stay tuned to official forecasts from Southern California Weather Force for […]

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January 2020 Forecast For Southern California; Colder Air Expected

January 2020 Forecast For Southern California; Colder Air Expected

Last month I put a preliminary forecast out stating we should be below normal in precipitation and colder than normal in temperatures.  This looks about right, but for the details keep reading on … Join Southern California Weather Force main Facebook Page for future updates! MICRO-CLIMATE ALERT FACEBOOK GROUPS:  Find yours today! Click here to join It was clear by […]

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Pacific System Misses Southern California; But Will Generate Santa Ana Wind Conditions For The Next 24 Hours; Trucker Alert

Pacific System Misses Southern California; But Will Generate Santa Ana Wind Conditions For The Next 24 Hours; Trucker Alert

A Pacific System has missed Southern California for the most part with only scattered dynamics.  Off and on snow showers are still likely for the Cajon Pass to LA/SBD/RIV Mountains with wrap-around moisture and a wind storm is brewing for the Kern/Gorman/Ventura/Santa Barbara Mountain for Wednesday so read on for details … Join Southern California Weather Force main Facebook Page […]

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FINAL FORECAST:  Pacific Storm Hercules Recycled; Misses Most of Forecast Area but Santa Ana Winds and Mountain/High Desert Snow Is Expected With Alerts Already Issued

FINAL FORECAST: Pacific Storm Hercules Recycled; Misses Most of Forecast Area but Santa Ana Winds and Mountain/High Desert Snow Is Expected With Alerts Already Issued

Pacific Storm Hercules will fail to affect half the forecast area and thus the name will be recycled for the next storm system use.  This Pacific System will slide southwest of the forecast area and bring snow to the Mountain and High Desert regions along with heavy rain in SLO/SBA County, and Santa Ana Winds in the prone areas.  This […]

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DETAILED:  Pacific Storm Hercules Wandering Off-Track; Will Deliver Scattered Zone Forecast Dynamics To Southland Sunday night through Monday

DETAILED: Pacific Storm Hercules Wandering Off-Track; Will Deliver Scattered Zone Forecast Dynamics To Southland Sunday night through Monday

Pacific Storm Hercules is going to act like a normal cutoff low and kind of veer off track due to the detachment from the jet stream and forecast changes have to be made.  This is my Stoplight Forecast, which means I will deliver a detailed view of what the system is likely going to do based on what I see […]

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Storm Track Update and Today’s Agenda – 12-28-2019 – 7:45am

Storm Track Update and Today’s Agenda – 12-28-2019 – 7:45am

This is going to be a very hard storm to forecast over the next 24 hours. The track is called a closed cutoff diving upper level low and these coming in from almost due north along the coast can go weird ways. 1. If the storm continues the current path it will bring the previous forecast to light. Mostly along […]

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Pacific Storm Hercules Declared; Category Three To Start;  Rain, Low Elevation Snow, Thunderstorms, and a Martin Storm Diamond System

Pacific Storm Hercules Declared; Category Three To Start; Rain, Low Elevation Snow, Thunderstorms, and a Martin Storm Diamond System

Pacific Storm Hercules is next on the Southern California Weather Force storm list and it will start as a Category Three regionally capable of rain, low elevation snow, and yes even thunderstorms for some metro areas starting Sunday night for some but mainly hitting on Monday.  Find out where by reading on. Join Southern California Weather Force main Facebook Page […]

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Winter Weather Watch

Winter Weather Watch

Issued Zones:  All High Desert Zones, except Baker … Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Winter Weather Watch effective now for Monday … Date:  12/27/19 at 9:20am PT Forecast:  A strong cutoff system will release from the jet stream on the eastern periphery of the Pacific High Pressure system that has been responsible for bringing arctic storms in […]

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