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Major Heatwave Peaks; Introducing The Winds In Santa Ana Wind Zones

Major Heatwave Peaks; Introducing The Winds In Santa Ana Wind Zones

A major heatwave is peaking across the metros of Southern California today with the stronger Santa Ana Winds being introduced tonight into Tuesday.  Read on for details … The predicted heatwave for the October 20-25 time-frame on my monthly forecast article released in the beginning of the month has arrived (click for article) and temperatures are well over 100F in […]

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The Numbers Are In:  This Week’s Heat Forecast Temperatures

The Numbers Are In: This Week’s Heat Forecast Temperatures

The numbers are in (well they’ve been in for a few days now) and the following forecast article will go into this next heatwave event.  Read on for details … The following list of select cities are temperatures that will go from Sunday to Thursday of this week, in a row so the first number is Sunday and the last […]

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Southern California:  Watching Dynamics Ridge and Storm Pattern Around Halloween

Southern California: Watching Dynamics Ridge and Storm Pattern Around Halloween

I’m watching a storm pattern around Halloween still as my October 2017 forecast is batting 100% so far so this is being watched carefully.  Read on for details … The pattern is about to turn highly dynamic.  What that means is a ridge of high pressure that will give us very hot temperatures in the metros through mid-week will be […]

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Preliminary:  November 2017 Outlook for Southern California

Preliminary: November 2017 Outlook for Southern California

The October 2017 monthly forecast is going 100% so far, even getting the October 20-25 time-frame of the hottest temperatures of the month with the coming heatwave.  Next in line is a storm near or over our area toward the end of the month.  What is November shaping like?  Read on for details … and the member lotto is open […]

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Forecast:  Orionid Meteor Shower and Dangerous Heatwave Conditions

Forecast: Orionid Meteor Shower and Dangerous Heatwave Conditions

Over the next several days, you may get a chance to glimpse a “shooting star” in the predawn hours, as the Orionid meteor shower will be at its peak.  Offshore flow starts on Saturday and peaks with heatwave level temperatures Monday through Wednesday.  Get the details by reading on … First we’ll get into the weather.  The cool-down has arrived with […]

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Southland Weather:  Some Showers, Heat, and a Look Ahead To End Month

Southland Weather: Some Showers, Heat, and a Look Ahead To End Month

The passage of an impulse overnight tonight into Friday will bring some areas showers and some areas gusty winds, switching offshore by Saturday with the start of the warm up.  Read on for details to see if you’re in a target zone forecast … An impulse will move through the area overnight tonight and into Friday, bringing an upswing in […]

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Major Heatwave Coming After Cool-Down; International Space Station Flying Over

Major Heatwave Coming After Cool-Down; International Space Station Flying Over

A major heatwave is scheduled to hit the area after the weekend with an offshore flow pattern.  We’ll see brief cooler weather before that and even the chance of thunderstorms in the northwest forecast area.  The International Space Station is making a flyby this evening.  Get all the complete details by reading on … pay attention to the zones discussed […]

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October 17, 2017 High Temperature Forecast Grid

October 17, 2017 High Temperature Forecast Grid

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] NOTE:  This is the new summer time temperature forecast map.  This was built to be easier in the short/medium range forecast viewing for you, the viewers, and the ‘blue’ color is set because blue is actually a hotter flame than red is so it is scientifically accurate.  The scale goes through 130F in-case we ever need it one day […]

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Countdown:  International Space Station Comes Out With Offshore Flow This Evening

Countdown: International Space Station Comes Out With Offshore Flow This Evening

Don’t worry, the International Space Station cannot feel the weather down here, but the skies will be very clear with incoming weak to moderate Santa Ana Winds coming through nominal prone areas so read on for details along with the countdown clock for space station arrival. The Santa Ana Winds are coming back in today with an increase on my […]

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Offshore Flow To Bring High Fire Danger Through Weekend; Rain In The Medium Range?

Offshore Flow To Bring High Fire Danger Through Weekend; Rain In The Medium Range?

High temperatures and low humidity along with areas of offshore Santa Ana Winds in the prone areas will hit this weekend.  And is there a chance of rain in the medium term?  Read on for details. Southern California Weather Force Fire Weather Warnings were issued on Thursday, for the weekend event. Weak offshore flow, temperatures in the 90s, and very […]

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