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IMMINENT THREAT: Tropical Storm Warning Issued for Southern California and Las Vegas For The Weekend of August 19th

IMMINENT THREAT: Tropical Storm Warning Issued for Southern California and Las Vegas For The Weekend of August 19th

Southern California Weather Force has issued an official rare Tropical Storm Warning for most of Southern California and all of Las Vegas effective now for the weekend of August 19th, 2023 along with a High Wave Warning for 30 Foot Waves. For well over a week, Southern California Weather Force Long Range Risk Model Assessment Models have predicted a major […]

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Warm Pacific Waters Sustain the Chance of Hurricane Activity Making It to Southern California Within The Week

Warm Pacific Waters Sustain the Chance of Hurricane Activity Making It to Southern California Within The Week

The Eastern Pacific Hurricane Season is continuing to get stronger and one such hurricane may very well be the candidate for making it all the way up to Southern California by August 20th. Greg may develop first, with this stronger hurricane assigning the name Hilary, the next on the list.  What will be either Hurricane Greg or Hilary will be […]

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Long Range Weather Advisory Issued for Increase in Storm Activity August 20th till End Month Across Southern California

Long Range Weather Advisory Issued for Increase in Storm Activity August 20th till End Month Across Southern California

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Long-Range Weather Advisory for increasing Eastern Pacific Hurricane activity that will eventually affect Southern California with showers and thunderstorms. For a week now, the long-range risk assessment model has shown activity after August 20th until the end of the month.  This is in direct response to a large hurricane that will form off […]

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El Nino Warning Issued for The 2023-2024 Storm Season for Southern California

El Nino Warning Issued for The 2023-2024 Storm Season for Southern California

Southern California Weather Force has upgraded the El Nino Advisory (Reference B below) to an official El Nino Warning for the 2023-2024 storm season across Southern California as a Strong El Nino will be present. Back on April 13, 2023, here at Southern California an El Nino Watch was issued (Reference A below).  This showed the long-range graphical model representation […]

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Former Tropical Storm Eugene Will Affect the Southern California Weather Pattern This Week

Former Tropical Storm Eugene Will Affect the Southern California Weather Pattern This Week

A former tropical storm south of here by the name of Eugene will start affecting the Southern California Weather pattern this evening, peaking Wednesday into Friday. This system is in a pattern where the Eastern Pacific tropical activity is being affected by upper-level low pressure systems off the California coast.  These turn the storms from west to north and head […]

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Level 5 Inland Southern California Heatwave For Weekend of July 15th with Strong Monsoon Ridge

Level 5 Inland Southern California Heatwave For Weekend of July 15th with Strong Monsoon Ridge

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Special Weather Statement for the inland zones of Southern California effective the weekend of July 15th, 2023. Join the Facebook Page for Further Updates If You Have Not Yet! SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WEATHER FORCE MAIN: A ridge of high pressure will near Southern California, which is nominal for this time of year.  This monsoon […]

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Southern California Heatwave Pushed Further Inland As Upper Lows Continue Abnormal Pattern

Southern California Heatwave Pushed Further Inland As Upper Lows Continue Abnormal Pattern

Not often does a switch happen in a long-range forecast, but I will be pushing the summer heat further inland and out of the metro zones for Father’s Day Weekend and canceling the posts on such any further as the final outlook for that weekend due to a pattern change. An unusual weather pattern for June is continuing to bring […]

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Thunderstorm Watch Issued for Kern, San Luis Obispo, and Western Santa Barbara County; Showers Metros

Thunderstorm Watch Issued for Kern, San Luis Obispo, and Western Santa Barbara County; Showers Metros

An upper-level low will bring cooler temperatures and a chance of rainfall for metro Southern California through this weekend.  Thunderstorm Risks will be up for Kern, San Luis Obispo, and Santa Barbara County as well as the Big Bear to Morongo Basin zones, affecting travel up I-15 from Las Vegas on Sunday so read on for the details. Southern California […]

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Summer 2023 Forecast for Southern California; Will Most of The Heat Be Escaped?

Summer 2023 Forecast for Southern California; Will Most of The Heat Be Escaped?

Southern California Weather Force has finalized and issued the official Summer 2023 forecast for what the temperatures will be on average across the state, which has not changed from previous mentions. As we transition from La Nina into El Nino, low pressure is usually prominent most of the summer off the west coast.  This can do many things for the […]

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El Nino Advisory Issued: Warm Water Conditions at The Equator with Strong El Nino Projected

El Nino Advisory Issued: Warm Water Conditions at The Equator with Strong El Nino Projected

Southern California Weather Force has issued an El Nino Advisory, which replaces the official El Nino Watch issued a month ago, effective now as El Nino Conditions have developed in the Equatorial Pacific. A moderate La Nina has faded over the last few months, with a replacement of warm water at the Equatorial Pacific.  These conditions will continue to warm […]

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