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Detailed Forecast:  Pacific Storm Felix – Category Three On Wednesday Across Southern California Zones

Detailed Forecast: Pacific Storm Felix – Category Three On Wednesday Across Southern California Zones

Pacific Storm Felix will hit as a category three at the center of the most dynamics across parts of Southern California.  The SCWF Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for some of you as well as Flood, Winter Weather, and Ocean Weather Alerts.  Read on for those details and see zoomed in SCWF models. Join Southern California Weather Force main Facebook […]

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Pacific Storm Felix; Category Three Due In Southern California Later Tuesday into Mainly Wednesday; Thunderstorm Event Expected For Some Metros

Pacific Storm Felix; Category Three Due In Southern California Later Tuesday into Mainly Wednesday; Thunderstorm Event Expected For Some Metros

Pacific Storm Felix has officially been named here at Southern California Weather Force and for the heart of the dynamics he will begin at a category three Martin Storm Diamond system with flooding in spots, some mountain snow, numerous thunderstorms, and in some areas gusty wind conditions mainly on your Wednesday so read on for details … Join Southern California […]

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ZOOMED IN IMAGE ZONES:  Cold Air Alerts Issued For Southern California Through Saturday Morning; Hard Freeze, Freeze, Frost Advisory Zones Outlined

ZOOMED IN IMAGE ZONES: Cold Air Alerts Issued For Southern California Through Saturday Morning; Hard Freeze, Freeze, Frost Advisory Zones Outlined

As the drier air moves in … we will drop the temperatures very quickly across the region.  Some areas even in the LA Basin/Coast will be at Frost Advisory criteria.  Take steps now to protect tender plants from the cold. If in a Hard Freeze Zone, to prevent freezing and possible bursting of outdoor water pipes they should be wrapped, […]

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December 2019 Will be Colder Than Normal With Even Colder Storms Before The Month Is Done Across Southern California

December 2019 Will be Colder Than Normal With Even Colder Storms Before The Month Is Done Across Southern California

Well as per my 2019-2020 forecast calling for colder than normal temperatures around this time (click to view), I am not fully satisfied with the last system, and December 2019 will be the coldest December in many years across the Southland that will satisfy those numbers so read on for details. Major Pacific Storm ELVIS is on his way out […]

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Major Pacific Storm ELVIS Drops Low Elevation Snowfall With Initial Cold Front; Forecast Through Friday

Major Pacific Storm ELVIS Drops Low Elevation Snowfall With Initial Cold Front; Forecast Through Friday

Ah yes, the good ole’ headlines coming in stating ‘surprise storm’ when in reality I had your Winter Weather Advisory in the High Desert for days now.  Hey did you forget the initial graphic back on November 24th showing the light blue color across the entire High Desert for days now?  Whats next?  Read on for details … Major Pacific […]

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Pacific Storm ELVIS:  Official Mountain Pass Travel and Overall Weather Forecast Alerts; Category Three

Pacific Storm ELVIS: Official Mountain Pass Travel and Overall Weather Forecast Alerts; Category Three

Pacific Storm Elvis is still in the Pacific Ocean and the sweeping front is due to arrive on Wednesday, with impulses lasting through Thursday.  There will be a mixed-bag of events from this category three out of six moderate storm system so read on for details. First and foremost, the wind in the High Desert today.  This was taken care […]

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Pacific Storm ELVIS; Category Three Wednesday into Thanksgiving Across Southern California; Further Details

Pacific Storm ELVIS; Category Three Wednesday into Thanksgiving Across Southern California; Further Details

My strength is returning like kryptonite moving away from Superman and I’m almost to full power once again.  I released the general outlook, which is your first-look at Pacific Storm Elvis on Saturday morning.  The outlook stated something very important to you so you can keep an eye on my future forecast trends.  It stated that just 24 hours ago […]

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Pacific Storm Elvis Announced:  Storm Expected To Hit Over Thanksgiving Holiday Bringing Flooding Rains, Thunderstorms, and Snow; First Outlook

Pacific Storm Elvis Announced: Storm Expected To Hit Over Thanksgiving Holiday Bringing Flooding Rains, Thunderstorms, and Snow; First Outlook

The system is still a bit far away but the general outlook can be painted this far out.  Given this is the very end of the month and we are nearing Meteorological ‘Winter’ for ‘December 1st’ I will go ahead and lay claim to this storm pattern as the cold stormy December pattern I said would happen this year and […]

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Details: Dynamics Cutoff System To Bring Thunderstorms, Flooding, Hail, and Snow to Various Portions Of Southland Today, Mainly Wednesday For Most

Details: Dynamics Cutoff System To Bring Thunderstorms, Flooding, Hail, and Snow to Various Portions Of Southland Today, Mainly Wednesday For Most

Being I am literally crawling to the office to write this (and this I’m going to go to the ER soon), I will just do focus spots for rain, thunderstorms, and snow so this is all I’ll have time for. As per the update on Facebook last night (Click Here), “Leading edge of frontal zone divergence will go from no […]

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Unusual Cutoff Low Pattern Eyes To Bring Precipitation To Southern California after November 19th With Tropical Moisture Tap

Unusual Cutoff Low Pattern Eyes To Bring Precipitation To Southern California after November 19th With Tropical Moisture Tap

There is some strong indication that a low pressure system will cutoff south of here after November 18th.  We will see an offshore Santa Ana Wind Pattern before this however this weekend, which will up the fire hazard potential for a brief period of time.  If all goes according to the mean values on my pattern calculation, the fire hazard […]

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