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Risk Elevating For Low Level Snow Event From Arctic Blast Surrounding Christmas

Risk Elevating For Low Level Snow Event From Arctic Blast Surrounding Christmas

The Santa Ana Winds are about to start soon, with increased power overnight and into Sunday morning.  Some more snow is projected for Big Bear with my winter weather advisory tonight.  Trends are increasing for the low level snow event surrounding Christmas so read on for all those details. The Santa Ana Winds are about to start, with a north […]

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Cutoff System Brings Dusting Of Snow To Big Bear; Santa Ana Winds Developing Tonight

Cutoff System Brings Dusting Of Snow To Big Bear; Santa Ana Winds Developing Tonight

A cutoff system that is over the area at the current time brought a dusting of snow to Big Bear, and sprinkles/light rain to other sections of the forecast area and more is heading your way.  The Santa Ana Winds are redeveloping overnight tonight.  Read on for details. On Thursday morning and article went out outlining the events to come […]

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Santa Ana Winds Hit Southland;  Follow-Up On Arctic Blast Before Christmas

Santa Ana Winds Hit Southland; Follow-Up On Arctic Blast Before Christmas

The Santa Ana Winds have returned to the Southland and a follow-up to the predicted arctic trough on the West Coast, and even a cutoff pattern on Saturday for some.  Read on for details … The Santa Ana Winds surfaced on time this morning.  Wind gusts over 50 mph has been recorded at Ontario International Airport.  Delays, cancellations, and diverting […]

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Santa Ana Winds To Gust On Your Thursday; High Fire Risk Resumes; Geminid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight

Santa Ana Winds To Gust On Your Thursday; High Fire Risk Resumes; Geminid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight

A shortwave system moving around the ridge will move east of the forecast area, bringing with it strong gusty northerly winds on your Thursday, with the fire risk remaining high.  The return of the Geminid Meteor Shower is tonight as well!  Read on for details. A cold system moving out of Canada through the Western United States will miss our […]

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Arctic Storm Pattern Looking Likely After Winter Solstice;  Low Elevation Snowfall Pattern

Arctic Storm Pattern Looking Likely After Winter Solstice; Low Elevation Snowfall Pattern

Within this article will tell you what type of pattern we are stuck in right now and what type of pattern looks likely for the rest of the storm season after the Winter Solstice hits in less than 10 days from now.  There’s a near 100 percent chance (high) that the pattern favors low elevation snowfall so read on for […]

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December 2017 Forecast Follow-up for Southern California’s Weather Pattern

December 2017 Forecast Follow-up for Southern California’s Weather Pattern

The December 2017 forecast is going as predicted, with so far warmer than normal temperatures during the day and drier than normal conditions.  This is the reason for all the wildfires… no rain all season yet.  Read on … As stated in the December 2017 forecast, I did mentioned something after at least the 17th of this month, between then […]

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Santa Ana Wind Event Subsiding After Today;  But Are Changes Coming After 10 Days?

Santa Ana Wind Event Subsiding After Today; But Are Changes Coming After 10 Days?

The Santa Ana Winds are subsiding after today, but are changes coming to Southern California after around 10 days?  When will it rain again? Read on for details … Strong Santa Ana Winds once again hit the prone zones of the southland last night and lasting through today.  These winds will subside overnight in many locations, with some pass and […]

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OFFICIAL:  Damaging Santa Ana Winds To Return Tonight Into Thursday; San Diego Now Included

OFFICIAL: Damaging Santa Ana Winds To Return Tonight Into Thursday; San Diego Now Included

As I stated in yesterday’s article, a restart of the damaging Santa Ana Winds will happen tonight into Thursday morning, which will be more widespread from Ventura to San Diego County than earlier this week.  Read on for details … There’s somewhat of a lull today, and that was expected.  However, starting this evening and through the overnight winds will […]

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WARNING:  Widespread Santa Ana Wind Event Has Stronger Secondary Peak This Week

WARNING: Widespread Santa Ana Wind Event Has Stronger Secondary Peak This Week

Believe it or not, my numbers on my models are now showing an even stronger Santa Ana Wind dynamic by later Wednesday into Thursday, bringing with it conditions that will strengthen the winds more than what are seeing now, finally hitting Metro San Diego County with gust values on par with 2007’s firestorm Santa Ana Winds with an Omega Ridge […]

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Details: Strong Santa Ana Wind Event Strikes Southland; Only Getting Worse Starting This Evening

Details: Strong Santa Ana Wind Event Strikes Southland; Only Getting Worse Starting This Evening

This will be your final detailed report of the Hurricane Force Santa Ana Wind Event that is about to impact hard across the prone zones of our region of Southern California along with very cold low desert and Kern temps.  Get all the details by reading on. Mostly the nominal prone zones are being impacted today with moderate Santa Ana […]

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