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Enhanced Santa Ana Wind Warning Issued for The Southern California and Las Vegas Prone Zones for Damaging Winds; Details

Enhanced Santa Ana Wind Warning Issued for The Southern California and Las Vegas Prone Zones for Damaging Winds; Details

Southern California Weather Force has issued the Enhanced Santa Ana Wind Warning for damaging Santa Ana Winds, arriving later this evening and peaking through the overnight and into Monday so for the maps and what level you are in with the SCWF Wind Model read on … WANT THESE DELIVERED WITH ALL THOSE PERKS INCLUDING BEING ON THE MICRO-CLIMATE ALERT […]

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Flood Watch Reissued for Parts of Southern California with Second Storm System of the weekend

Flood Watch Reissued for Parts of Southern California with Second Storm System of the weekend

Southern California Weather Force has re-issued the Flood Watch for the coast/basin/valley areas of Southern California, effective now through Monday along with mountain snow at times so read on for details … Join the Facebook Page for Further Updates If You Have Not Yet! SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WEATHER FORCE MAIN: Latest satellite images show the next impulse that will move over […]

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Flood Watch Issued for Saturday Across Portions of Southern California, Including Los Angeles and Surrounding Zones

Flood Watch Issued for Saturday Across Portions of Southern California, Including Los Angeles and Surrounding Zones

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Flood Watch effective now for Saturday as the next storm system in the current Raiden Storm Pattern moves on through.  For the details of this system, read on … Join the Facebook Page for Further Updates If You Have Not Yet! SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WEATHER FORCE MAIN: The long-range weather warning issued a week […]

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Tornado Watch Issued for Metro Southern California Ahead of Strongest Storm Since January 2010; Complete Coverage

Tornado Watch Issued for Metro Southern California Ahead of Strongest Storm Since January 2010; Complete Coverage

Southern California Weather Force has issued four additional alerts ahead of the strongest storm system not seen since January 2010, making this system an official Category Six out of Six system, the strongest category possible in the Southern California Weather Force system.  The Tornado Watch, Severe Thunderstorm Watch, Waterspout Watch, and Winter Weather Advisory have been activated.  For those details, […]

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Flood Watch Issued for Southern California Ahead of Strong Thunderstorm Filled Convective System Later Monday into Tuesday

Flood Watch Issued for Southern California Ahead of Strong Thunderstorm Filled Convective System Later Monday into Tuesday

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Flood Watch effective later Monday into mainly Tuesday.  This watch comes scheduled after the Long-Range Weather Warning back on January 5th was issued so read on for details as this system will sure to be filled with thunderstorms, some severe with elevated tornado dynamics.  This system will be assigned a start of a […]

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Long Range Weather Warning Issued for Southern California with Secondary Storm Pattern Developing for the Week of January 8th

Long Range Weather Warning Issued for Southern California with Secondary Storm Pattern Developing for the Week of January 8th

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Long-Range Weather Warning effective now, starting the end of this weekend and going through this week, and into the following weekend as multiple storm systems will be expected to return, stronger than the current pattern we are temporarily leaving after today.   This is an upgrade from the Long-Range Weather Advisory issued for this […]

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Mesoscale Discussion Issued For Thunderstorm Dynamics Across Southern California; Details Inside

Mesoscale Discussion Issued For Thunderstorm Dynamics Across Southern California; Details Inside

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Mesoscale Discussion that does not replace the current Flood Alerts but does outline the Thunderstorm Risk for Thursday behind the main storm front so read on for details on if it is in your area. This category five storm system will have flooding, snow, and wind with it so this is a separate […]

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