Category: Ventura County Basin Santa Paula

FINAL FORECAST: Atmospheric River Storm System into Southern California Tuesday into Wednesday Morning; Rain Map Inside

FINAL FORECAST: Atmospheric River Storm System into Southern California Tuesday into Wednesday Morning; Rain Map Inside

Southern California Weather Force will maintain the category of the coming impulse as a category five out six within the scale designed for Pacific Storm Impacts.  This is a very similar system to the last one in various zones, which means more flooding is likely along with a loss of life if one does not listen to these forecasts. This […]

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Atmospheric River Storm System Into Southern California Tuesday into Wednesday Morning Assigned Category Five; Details

Atmospheric River Storm System Into Southern California Tuesday into Wednesday Morning Assigned Category Five; Details

Southern California Weather Force has finalized the category of the coming impulse as a category five out six within the scale designed for Pacific Storm Impacts.  This is a very similar system to the last one in various zones, which means more flooding is likely along with a loss of life if one does not listen to these forecasts. So, […]

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WARNING: March 2023 ARKSTORM Dynamics to Increase and Peak Tuesday into Wednesday of This Next Week

WARNING: March 2023 ARKSTORM Dynamics to Increase and Peak Tuesday into Wednesday of This Next Week

Southern California Weather Force has issued the final Weather Emergency as the first in a double series of systems is moving through at this time.  The current rainfall has brought major flooding in the zones north and west of Los Angeles, but still some flooding is happening in Los Angeles proper, and the Santa Ana River across the Inland Empire […]

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FINAL FORECAST:  Storm System to Hit Friday, Then Again This Next Week; Avalanche Watch in Effect; Models Inside

FINAL FORECAST: Storm System to Hit Friday, Then Again This Next Week; Avalanche Watch in Effect; Models Inside

This month’s Raiden Storm Pattern will begin west of Los Angeles tonight, followed by the rest of the forecast area tomorrow, with a secondary hit around Tuesday March 14th.  The entire series will hit areas Los Angeles westward more than eastward, the exception being the Wrightwood forecast area, which will be hit hard with the rain during the forecasted period…  […]

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ATMOSPHERIC RIVER PREDICTED FROM HAWAII:  Raiden Storm Pattern Update For Week of March 12th for Southern California

ATMOSPHERIC RIVER PREDICTED FROM HAWAII: Raiden Storm Pattern Update For Week of March 12th for Southern California

The national page I run, National Weather Force, has just gone into Long Range Weather Warning Mode with the next round of storms starting around March 10th for them and going for over a week thereafter.  Several days ago, I put out a warning for Southern California for mid-March storm systems that would be tropical in nature.  This is your […]

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WARNING:  ARKSTORM Will Hit Mid-March 2023 ALL The Snow Will Flood the Lowlands; Data Inside

WARNING: ARKSTORM Will Hit Mid-March 2023 ALL The Snow Will Flood the Lowlands; Data Inside

Southern California Weather Force has issued a Long-Range Weather Alert for all of the populated areas of Southern California effective March 9th through 20th … Join the Facebook Page for Further Updates If You Have Not Yet! SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WEATHER FORCE MAIN: SPRING 2023 MEMBERSHIP TIER OPEN – WANT THESE DELIVERED WITH ALL THOSE PERKS INCLUDING BEING ON THE MICRO-CLIMATE ALERT […]

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FINAL FORECAST: Alaskan Storm System to Move Through Southern California This Evening into Wednesday; Maps Inside

FINAL FORECAST: Alaskan Storm System to Move Through Southern California This Evening into Wednesday; Maps Inside

On previous forecasts I stated the current Raiden Storm Pattern would end with one more system on March 1st.  That such system will be moving through on a peak between this evening and into Wednesday, bringing renewed mountain and mountain pass snow, along with heavy rain in the metro areas at times.  Given the track of this system, regionwide strong […]

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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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