Category: Offshore Islands Catalina Island

Earthquake Advisory:  We Will Not Have The Big Earthquake Yet

Earthquake Advisory: We Will Not Have The Big Earthquake Yet

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The Earthquake Advisory that was issued by the government expires today.  Hearing that some places are closed because there will be a big earthquake today and while you cannot predict by the day that one will happen, I am going to say right out that it will not happen today and that the chances have diminished .. it keep […]

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The Results Are In:  October 2016 Southern California Monthly Forecast

The Results Are In: October 2016 Southern California Monthly Forecast

The September 2016 forecast went very well with equal chances of precipitation and above average temperatures and October 2016 has been given.  The pattern is going into a weird one … one I have NEVER seen before … read on more for those details. Those of you who thought it would be colder than average have made a mistake .. […]

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Marine Weather Warning

Marine Weather Warning

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Issued Zones:  Entire bight and island region of Southern California, including the recreational beach zones … Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Marine Weather Warning effective now for Sunday and Monday Date:  9/30/16 at 3:15pm PT Forecast: A dry frontal zone will move through the region and generate strong winds and higher than normal waves across the bight of Southern California […]

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Santa Ana Winds and Heat Give Way To Storms In Monsoon Flow Tuesday and Wednesday

Santa Ana Winds and Heat Give Way To Storms In Monsoon Flow Tuesday and Wednesday

  Santa Ana Winds and Heat Give Way To Storms In Monsoon Flow Tuesday and Wednesday … Read on for details … The upper level low that was causing the Santa Ana Winds and heat in the basin this past few days will retrograde and actually bring monsoonal moisture into the mountain and desert regions on Tuesday and Wednesday … […]

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Marine Weather Warning

Marine Weather Warning

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Issued Zones:  All coastal areas … All Island Regions .. All Bight …. Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Marine Weather Warning effective Thursday … Date:  9/21/16 at 11:50am PT Forecast: A dry front will move through the region on Thursday.  With strong west winds in the bight from 30 to 50 mph … waves will be 8 to 10 foot […]

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IMMINENT:  Santa Ana Winds Returning;  Heatwave, High Fire Risk, and Dry Weather

IMMINENT: Santa Ana Winds Returning; Heatwave, High Fire Risk, and Dry Weather

Rain has added up for areas east of Orange County with San Diego and the Eastern Deserts seeing the most rainfall from former Hurricane Paine but things are about to change with a major heatwave coming this weekend into early this next week along with the dreaded return of the Santa Ana Winds … Read on for details … A […]

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Marine Weather Warning

Marine Weather Warning

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Issued Zones:  All Bight and Island Region Of Southern California Site:  SouthernCaliforniaWeatherForce.com has issued a Marine Weather Warning effective now for Monday … Date:  9/18/16 at 4:00pm PT Forecast: Our models shows a strong area of positive vorticy advection moving into the bight on Monday morning and lasting through the evening, respectively… The energy provided with give way to elevated […]

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Heatwave To Give Way To Clouds, Showers, and Thunderstorms Across Southern California

Heatwave To Give Way To Clouds, Showers, and Thunderstorms Across Southern California

The heat is on as previously forecast but this will be short-lived as the clouds move in on Monday, bringing with it the risk of shower and even thunderstorm activity.  Because of the lack of cold core, the storm will not retain the name Amelia … but will still impact us the same so read on for those details. The […]

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Pacific Storm Amelia May Be Pending For Monday And Tuesday;  Video Included

Pacific Storm Amelia May Be Pending For Monday And Tuesday; Video Included

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Current water vapor satellite images show the center of a cutoff low just west of Santa Barbara County and because it is moving due south … it will draw in moisture on Monday and Tuesday for widespread shower and thunderstorm activity in Southern California.  Because this has a cold core and is coming from the Pacific … It may […]

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Heat on Sunday May Give Way To Cutoff Storm Pattern;  Details and Scenarios

Heat on Sunday May Give Way To Cutoff Storm Pattern; Details and Scenarios

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] A heatwave on Sunday will bring triple digits to the inland areas with warm temperatures even along the coast thanks to offshore flow.  This pattern will give way to a potent cutoff low forming south of here and if it moves west a bit … it could introduce storms into the forecast area (mainly LA eastward) on Monday or […]

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