Category: Ventura County Basin Santa Paula

California and Arizona Will Have More Storms In The Next 30 Years Than Last; Bringing Back The 80s and 90s systems

California and Arizona Will Have More Storms In The Next 30 Years Than Last; Bringing Back The 80s and 90s systems

For the past 30 years California and Arizona has been in a major drought on and on again.  But the indications are that we have been out of it for the last few years and will continue for the next near 30 years so read on for details … A number of you have wanted me to touch on this […]

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Thunderstorm Watch Issued for Metro Southern California Zones Ahead of Strongest Part of The Raiden Storm Pattern

Thunderstorm Watch Issued for Metro Southern California Zones Ahead of Strongest Part of The Raiden Storm Pattern

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Thunderstorm Watch effective mostly for Saturday, February 25th, 2023, out ahead of the strongest section of the current Raiden Storm Pattern, affecting all Southern California coastal to Basin/Valley sections so read on for details, including the snow and long-range details … Join the Facebook Page for Further Updates If You Have Not Yet! […]

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First Detailed Maps: Arctic Storm System To Hit Southern California; Damaging Winds Start Tuesday night

First Detailed Maps: Arctic Storm System To Hit Southern California; Damaging Winds Start Tuesday night

The Raiden Storm Pattern of February 2023 will come with a number of arctic storm systems into Southern California, bringing heavy snow above 3,000 FT, low terrain flooding, and damaging winds.  The pattern begins on Tuesday night and Wednesday with damaging winds, and the storms peak will be later Thursday and into Friday so for the rain, snow, and wind […]

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150 MPH Upper Jet Stream to Bring Windstorm to Much of Southern California Tuesday Evening into Wednesday

150 MPH Upper Jet Stream to Bring Windstorm to Much of Southern California Tuesday Evening into Wednesday

Southern California Weather Force has issued a regional wind alert for most of Southern California as a classic northwest slider system moves into the region starting Tuesday evening, peaking on Tuesday night with some areas seeing damaging winds and others not, so for your area’s model forecasts read on for details and please pay attention to those details and images […]

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Long Range Weather Warning Issued, Upgraded From Advisory; Raiden Storm Pattern Developing For Southern California

Long Range Weather Warning Issued, Upgraded From Advisory; Raiden Storm Pattern Developing For Southern California

Southern California Weather Force has issued upgraded the Long-Range Weather Advisory from back on February 8th to now a Long-Range Weather Warning as the next Raiden Storm Pattern develops so read on for details and important notes, including NASCAR weekend … Join the Facebook Page for Further Updates If You Have Not Yet! SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WEATHER FORCE MAIN: The week […]

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Widespread Wind Event to Hit Most of Southern California Starting Today for The Mountains and Deserts, Tuesday for The Metros During The Peak 

Widespread Wind Event to Hit Most of Southern California Starting Today for The Mountains and Deserts, Tuesday for The Metros During The Peak 

Southern California Weather Force has issued a regional wind alert for most of Southern California as a classic northwest slider system moves into the region starting tonight, peaking on Tuesday and Tuesday night with some areas seeing damaging winds and others not, so for your area’s model forecasts read on for details and please pay attention to those details and […]

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Long Range Advisory Issued for Southern California for the Week of February 19th, 2023

Long Range Advisory Issued for Southern California for the Week of February 19th, 2023

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Long-Range Weather Advisory in what will be the Raiden Storm Pattern of February 2023, a follow-up to the forecast released back before this month even started so read on for details … Back on January 31st I issued the monthly statement for what the next month will be.  It stated that it would […]

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February 2023 Weather Pattern Forecast For The Southwestern United States Released

February 2023 Weather Pattern Forecast For The Southwestern United States Released

The January 2023 forecast for above average rainfall did indeed come true and now it is time to look at the February 2023 forecast.  A number of high amplitude upper high-pressure ridges will be happening this month, which will own to both temperature and precipitation period swings so read on for details … With our current system having departed, the […]

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FINAL FORECAST: Arctic Originated Storm System to Move Through Southern California Later Sunday and into Tuesday

FINAL FORECAST: Arctic Originated Storm System to Move Through Southern California Later Sunday and into Tuesday

A cold storm system will move through the region, starting today and going into at least Monday evening for the most part, but hanging onto the Low Desert zones into Tuesday.  This rare system will show you how diverse Southern California really is and how hard it is to forecast zones because Santa Ana Winds will be in progress at […]

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Arctic Originated Storm System to Move Through Southern California Later Sunday and into Monday

Arctic Originated Storm System to Move Through Southern California Later Sunday and into Monday

A storm system moving out of Canada today will move due south along the California coast on Sunday, affecting the area later on in the day/evening and then move through the overnight and into Monday timeframe so read on for details … This is a highly confusing system in the fact that some of you will not see much and […]

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