Category: Ventura County Basin Santa Paula

Thunderstorm Watch Issued for Kern County Effective This Afternoon till Midnight Tonight; Inland Light Rain Elsewhere

Thunderstorm Watch Issued for Kern County Effective This Afternoon till Midnight Tonight; Inland Light Rain Elsewhere

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Thunderstorm Watch effective from this afternoon until midnight tonight, effective for Kern County at the center of the watch, including Bakersfield and the Kern County Mountain zones. A cutoff low that will slide south of the forecast area will bring the risk of thunderstorms for Kern County.  Instability is expected to develop by […]

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FINAL FORECAST:  Storm System To Move Across Southern California Prompts Thunderstorm Watch; Maps Inside

FINAL FORECAST: Storm System To Move Across Southern California Prompts Thunderstorm Watch; Maps Inside

On previous live forecasts, May 4th would be the center of the next storm system, which is currently moving toward the forecast area after having affected areas up north yesterday.  This system will target Los Angeles County, Ventura County, and Santa Barbara County with the highest amount of rainfall and thunderstorm risks.  I’ve issued a Thunderstorm Watch for these areas […]

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Storm System To Move Through Southern California Wednesday night into Thursday

Storm System To Move Through Southern California Wednesday night into Thursday

A storm system that is west of San Francisco today will move down the coast, just offshore for the next 30 hours and then move into the Southern California coastal regions overnight on Wednesday and into Thursday. The system is causing thunderstorms in Central and Northern California today.  The system is expected to rotate into the Southern California Weather Force […]

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California In For a Secondary Gold Rush This Summer With Last Season Snow-pack Melting

California In For a Secondary Gold Rush This Summer With Last Season Snow-pack Melting

There’s a new player to this winter’s historic storms in California: All the runoff is exposing more gold.  That is right, due to the river runoffs, the state of California is experiencing what could be a second gold rush this summer.  Stores across the state are selling more metal detectors than usual and heading off to the base of the […]

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El Nino Watch Issued:  Developing Warm Water Conditions Fast Developing at The Equator with Strong El Nino Projected

El Nino Watch Issued: Developing Warm Water Conditions Fast Developing at The Equator with Strong El Nino Projected

Southern California Weather Force has issued an El Nino Watch effective now as conditions are fast developing for El Nino Conditions starting as soon as May so read on for details … A moderate La Nina has faded over the last couple of months, with a replacement of warm water at the Equatorial Pacific.  These conditions will continue to warm […]

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Strong Winds Blow Across All of Southern California Due To Inside Slider; Wind Model Inside

Strong Winds Blow Across All of Southern California Due To Inside Slider; Wind Model Inside

Strong winds are blowing across the mountain and desert areas as an inside slider moves across the region.  I am back after a few days mourning period for a loss of a family member so let’s get back to work.  Read on for details and see the wind maps … Join the Facebook Page for Further Updates If You Have […]

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Pacific Storm System to Move into Southern California Wednesday into Thursday; Final Rain and Snow Maps

Pacific Storm System to Move into Southern California Wednesday into Thursday; Final Rain and Snow Maps

Another storm system is going to move into California, dragging a tail-end Charlie type front through the region on Wednesday and early Thursday.  The system has been assigned an average of Category Two out of Six here at Southern California Weather Force.  For the rain and snow maps, including the forecast for Opening Day for Baseball on March 30th, read […]

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Tornado Hits Los Angeles County on March 22, 2023; Southern California’s Tornado Alley Detailed Discussion

Tornado Hits Los Angeles County on March 22, 2023; Southern California’s Tornado Alley Detailed Discussion

A tornado hit Los Angeles County later in the morning on Wednesday, March 22, 2023.  This happened within what is one of a few zones called Southern California’s Tornado Alley that many do not know about so read on for details … Southern California Weather Force rotation detection radar indicates this tornado happened between Montebello and Commerce, just east of […]

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Long Range Weather Advisory Issued for Another Storm System into Southern California During Week of March 27th

Long Range Weather Advisory Issued for Another Storm System into Southern California During Week of March 27th

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Long-Range Weather Advisory for the week of March 27th, 2023, as the Pacific Ocean will deliver yet another storm system into the region, continuing to up the rain and snowfall totals.  This is a follow-up to the Super Long Range Weather Watch issued by this office on March 18th so read on for […]

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Weather Advisory Issued for Metro Southern California Today Through Tonight With Thunder and Hail Dynamics

Weather Advisory Issued for Metro Southern California Today Through Tonight With Thunder and Hail Dynamics

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Weather Advisory for scattered thunderstorm cells containing lightning, funnel clouds, hail, and burst of rainfall today through tonight.  The locations will be Santa Barbara, Kern, Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, Inland Empire, and San Diego forecast zones so read on for details … Latest satellite images show another impulse approaching the bight of Southern […]

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