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First Measurable ‘Precipitation’ for Los Angeles Metro and Surrounding Zones Expected Overnight tonight into Tuesday Morning

First Measurable ‘Precipitation’ for Los Angeles Metro and Surrounding Zones Expected Overnight tonight into Tuesday Morning

A weak front will develop in the bight of the forecast area from south of Ventura to Orange County with Los Angeles County at the center overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning, Tuesday.  It will drop light rain with it … but for a deeper explanation read on for the details. A cutoff low dropping south out of Canada is […]

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Much Colder Weather Coming Next Week Across Southern California

Much Colder Weather Coming Next Week Across Southern California

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] For a summer that has brought too many hot days inland, we will start to cool-down after this weekend and by Tuesday we won’t see 80s for a high in the inland metro areas and our mountains may even get to freezing during the night.  We might even see light measurable rain south and west of the mountains so […]

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September Cutoff Low Season And A Look At La Nina 2016-2017

September Cutoff Low Season And A Look At La Nina 2016-2017

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] September is cutoff low season and the season generally starts as the Southwest Monsoon season ends … have a look at the rest of the month pattern and a glimpse at La Nina by reading on … Newton is well inland as tropical remnants that hit Arizona and the moisture is extending through the rest of the Central and […]

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September 2016 Weather Pattern Forecast;  2016-2017 Storm Name Contest Begins

September 2016 Weather Pattern Forecast; 2016-2017 Storm Name Contest Begins

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The September 2016 forecast has now been released and it will talk about the different patterns we can expect to see this month.  Also, since 1999 this project in different names has been naming Pacific Storms and now you the reader can get a chance to get a name in there so read on for the details. The contest […]

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Blue Cut Fire In Cajon Pass Threat Assessment of Wind Driven Flames and Ash; Cooler Weather Coming

Blue Cut Fire In Cajon Pass Threat Assessment of Wind Driven Flames and Ash; Cooler Weather Coming

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The Blue Cut Fire has destroyed businesses, homes, and infrastructure and continues on at the northwest, north, and northeast end and assessment here at Southern California Weather Force does not look good for the areas outlining the pass.  Temperatures will come down however so read on for the details in the medium range forecast. At the current time we […]

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August 2016 Monthly Weather Forecast Pattern Released

August 2016 Monthly Weather Forecast Pattern Released

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The July 2016 forecast went well with the predicted drier than normal weather and slightly hotter than average temperatures as a whole month combined … and now it is onto what August will be so read on for details. August 2016 will feature a cooling period for the first 10 days of the month.  Already, high pressure has backed […]

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Easterly Wave Monsoonal Flow Event Targets Southern California By End Month

Easterly Wave Monsoonal Flow Event Targets Southern California By End Month

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Easterly waves within the monsoonal flow (first of the season) are targeting Southern California for the risk of showers and thunderstorms into the region, extending even to some valley and coastal regions this next week.  Find out more and where the monitoring and confidence areas are as of now by reading on … The monsoon ridge; or heat dome, […]

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Dangerous Heatwave:  Inland Heatwave Strikes Through Weekend

Dangerous Heatwave: Inland Heatwave Strikes Through Weekend

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]   A strong ridge of high pressure has formed AS EXPECTED since the beginning of the month, making this yet another successful sole long range forecast.  In early July I said colder than average and then after the 18-20th it would be hotter with the return of heatwaves and here we are.  Here are the expected SELECT CITY values […]

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Monsoon Ridge Heat Blast Starts This Next Week With Oppressive Heat Inland

Monsoon Ridge Heat Blast Starts This Next Week With Oppressive Heat Inland

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Oppressive inland heat is set to arrive this next week with increasing monsoonal moisture depth toward the end of the month … and the article contains the information you’ll need to plan for heatwave level temperatures. When the monsoon first arrives in the Southwestern United States we get a heat-blast first.  This is one such heat-blast that will bring […]

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Monsoonal Surge Setting Up Next Week For Southern California

Monsoonal Surge Setting Up Next Week For Southern California

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] A monsoonal surge is setting up for Southern California this next week.  Find out who is targeted and when it will arrive. A ridge of high pressure that has been poorly placed this Summer so far will move into position to bring a surge of monsoonal moisture and upper level dynamics from areas of lift, easterly waves, and inverted […]

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