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June 2024 Forecast for Southern California; Seesaw Pattern Continues

June 2024 Forecast for Southern California; Seesaw Pattern Continues

May 2024 has been colder than average, with the ‘May Gray’ finally returning to the forecast area’s metro zones, which is the key to keeping the temperatures at bay. June 2024 looks to have what we call June Gloom.  June will be colder than average for the first 20 days as cutoff lows develop and park to the southwest of […]

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Strong La Nina to Enter for The 2024-2025 Southern California Storm Season; Advisory Issued

Strong La Nina to Enter for The 2024-2025 Southern California Storm Season; Advisory Issued

Southern California Weather Force has issued a La Nina Advisory, the second in the step to a warning as a developing La Nina has been detected. Latest sea surface temperature maps show fast declining numbers, which is indicating that El Nino is officially over and that we will skip straight into a La Nina at least in the next month […]

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Extreme Geomagnetic Storm to Hit a Second Time Overnight Tonight Across Southern California; Northern Lights

Extreme Geomagnetic Storm to Hit a Second Time Overnight Tonight Across Southern California; Northern Lights

Northern lights were visible as far south as Puerto Rico last night, and across Southern California.  They are likely to return again with the next coronal mass ejection arrival between the hours of 10pm and 5am overnight tonight, May 11th, 2024, to sunrise May 12th, 2024, but I am forecasting two main events during that period that no one else […]

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Final Forecast: Late Season Storm To Sweep Across Southern California This Weekend; Rain, Snow, and Wind Maps

Final Forecast: Late Season Storm To Sweep Across Southern California This Weekend; Rain, Snow, and Wind Maps

Southern California Weather Force has issued the final forecast for a system that will enter the forecast area this weekend. Here are your bullet point summaries. This storm system will impact San Luis Obispo, Kern, Santa Barbara, and Ventura forecast zones the most, with a Flood Watch now issued here at Southern California Weather Force in those zones. Thunderstorms will […]

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Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Southwest Southern California, Including All Metros and High Desert

Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Southwest Southern California, Including All Metros and High Desert

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Thunderstorm Watch effective from midnight until evening on Friday, April 5th, 2024 for the following zones: Zone Issued:  San Luis Obispo, Kern, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego County … The Inland Empire … High Desert Metro … Offshore Island Zones from Channel Islands through Catalina, San Nicolas, and San […]

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Final Forecast:  Bulk of Southern California Storm To Hit Friday, April 5, 2024: Rain, Snow, Wind Maps Inside

Final Forecast: Bulk of Southern California Storm To Hit Friday, April 5, 2024: Rain, Snow, Wind Maps Inside

Southern California Weather Force has issued the final forecast for a system that will enter the forecast area today but maximize on Friday and be out of here on Friday night. As predicted here at Southern California Weather Force on the March 26th article, the first week of April would see another system move in.  This is that system so […]

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Severe Thunderstorms Target Southern California: Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued Tonight Through Easter Sunday

Severe Thunderstorms Target Southern California: Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued Tonight Through Easter Sunday

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch and Thunderstorm Watch, effective tonight through Easter Sunday for the following zones: Santa Barbara, Ventura County Basin and Coast … SCV … Los Angeles Basin, Valley, and Coast … All of Orange County, The Inland Empire … San Diego County … Cajon Pass … All of Imperial County … and […]

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Final Forecast: Strong Storm System To Impact Southern California This Evening Through The Weekend

Final Forecast: Strong Storm System To Impact Southern California This Evening Through The Weekend

Southern California Weather Force has issued the final forecast in relation to the early initial forecast on a storm system that will start over Vandenberg / San Luis Obispo this evening, shoving eastward through the night and into tomorrow (Saturday).  Rain and snow maps are available for this event, but since it has already been predicted here at Southern California […]

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Strong Weekend Storm System Eyes Southern California For Weekend of March 30, 2024; Details

Strong Weekend Storm System Eyes Southern California For Weekend of March 30, 2024; Details

Southern California has issued an update to the end month strong storm pattern, effective now until we get closer to the event. First and foremost, I will say again, I do not accept or keep comments that ask me ‘I’m hearing of a storm coming etc.”  You do realize I predicted this pattern over two weeks ago. (Reference A Below) […]

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Final Forecast:  Weekend of March 23, 2024, Rain, Snow, and Wind Forecast Maps for Southern California

Final Forecast: Weekend of March 23, 2024, Rain, Snow, and Wind Forecast Maps for Southern California

Southern California Weather Force has issued the final forecast for a system that will enter the forecast area on Saturday, lasting into Sunday. Rain, Wind, and Snow models have been finalized. LONG RANGE:  This pattern is a Raiden Storm Pattern, predicted two weeks ago. We also will have another system, likely stronger, toward the end of the month. RAIN SNOW […]

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