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Hurricane Force Santa Ana Winds To Impact Below Passes and Canyons Later Monday into Tuesday

Hurricane Force Santa Ana Winds To Impact Below Passes and Canyons Later Monday into Tuesday

While the winds begin by Monday morning, an even stronger dynamic hits Monday evening and night into Tuesday morning that will deliver a damaging wind event below passes and canyons along with freezing desert temperatures.  Find out where and more by reading on … Upper support is limited Monday through Tuesday to around 12,000 FT so what we’re looking at […]

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December 2017 Forecast Pattern Outline Across Southern California Released

December 2017 Forecast Pattern Outline Across Southern California Released

After a boring November, December looks even worse for the time of the year it is.  What type of pattern outline am I forecasting and when will it change to benefit us with rainfall, read on for details … The November 2017 Forecast went as expected for the most part, even the end month trough.  However the magnitude of the […]

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Bali Agung Volcano Could Alter Global Jet Stream Patterns; A Look at Next Week’s Inside Slider

Bali Agung Volcano Could Alter Global Jet Stream Patterns; A Look at Next Week’s Inside Slider

On the Indonesian island of Bali, a volcano called Mount Agung is spewing ash 5.5 miles into the sky, causing flight cancellations and trapping thousands of tourists and locals on the island, even as the potential for a bigger eruption looms that could alter the current jet stream this season and for a few years.  More on the dynamic inside […]

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First Look:  Very Cold Dynamic Inside Slider Storm To Move Through During First Week Of December

First Look: Very Cold Dynamic Inside Slider Storm To Move Through During First Week Of December

As stated in the previous articles, I have been watching a system in the Pacific that looks to hit over or just to our east, but it will deliver much cooler weather to the entire region with a shot of precipitation for some of you, including the chance of low elevation snowfall.  Read on for details … The system is […]

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Tail-End Charlie System To Bring Some Rain Through Monday; Gusty Winds In The Deserts

Tail-End Charlie System To Bring Some Rain Through Monday; Gusty Winds In The Deserts

A tail-end Charlie front will bring some rainfall to the metro areas south and west of the mountains while the deserts and upper mountain areas become gusty.  A small look at the first week of December system with some changes in the forecast.  Learn more by reading on … PRO member section precipitation models have been updated for today into […]

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Tail-End Charlie System On Monday Leading To A Storm Pattern For The Beginning of December?

Tail-End Charlie System On Monday Leading To A Storm Pattern For The Beginning of December?

Another tail-end charlie system is set for Monday, but my weather event agreement is hinting at something more interesting between December 3rd and 7th.  It’ll be in the 60s in the metros by Monday as well.  Read on for details. Well I’m back from Thanksgiving holiday and I hope you all had a good one as well and maybe still […]

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Weather:  Mother Nature Turns On Some Heat With Your Oven On Thanksgiving Day

Weather: Mother Nature Turns On Some Heat With Your Oven On Thanksgiving Day

While you are turning up your ovens on Thanksgiving Day, mother nature has some heat of her own.  While it won’t surpass Summer temperatures with this sun angle, metros will heat up into the 90s.  Read on more for details on how long it’ll last. The heatwave will be due to a very abnormal ridge of high pressure over the […]

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FINAL: Official 2017-2018 California Storm Season Forecast

FINAL: Official 2017-2018 California Storm Season Forecast

So far this season we have seen tail-end charlie systems with no real storms.  This is a bit worrying right now in the beginning but middle to end is where the focus will be this season.  Will it be colder?  Will it be wetter?  Read for details … Latest atmospheric profile suggests that we are stuck in a northwest to […]

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Another Tail-end Charlie System for Thursday, A look at The Rest Of the Month

Another Tail-end Charlie System for Thursday, A look at The Rest Of the Month

Another tail-end charlie system is scheduled for Thursday, meaning more rain west of Ventura than south or east of there.  The system has been tail-end charlie for several days now.  Facebook Jail has prevented me from updating the main pages due to intolerant liberals with their whiner baby disease but I found a way to circle around it for the […]

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Final:  November 2017 Southern California Weather Forecast

Final: November 2017 Southern California Weather Forecast

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The October 2017 Forecast went as expected for the most part, the exception of the very end of the month.  This could be expected being Fall patterns are the hardest to predict, along with Spring.  The month was hotter than average but what does November 2017 hold?  Rain?  Dry? Cold? Warm?  Read on for details … The preliminary November […]

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