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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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Canyon Fire 2; Santa Ana Wind Update; When Are They Leaving?

Canyon Fire 2; Santa Ana Wind Update; When Are They Leaving?

While we can be thankful that the temperatures aren’t in the 90s or 100s, the Canyon Fire 2 is on-going, starting today in nearly the same spot as the Canyon Fire.  When will the Santa Ana Winds end … and is it over this month?  Read on for details. A couple hours ago it started off with a 25 acre […]

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Strong Santa Ana Winds and High Fire Danger + Vandenberg Air Force Base Launching Monday

Strong Santa Ana Winds and High Fire Danger + Vandenberg Air Force Base Launching Monday

A storm sliding well to the north and northeast of us will cool the Great Basin down. This, combined with strong northerly low level flow will bring very gusty winds into the Santa Ana Prone zones. Wind gust charts shows 50-70 mph wind gusts in the most prone zones. Vandenberg Air Force Base is launching a Falcon-9 Rocket at 5:37am […]

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Inland Heatwave To Strike Southland Along With The Santa Ana Winds

Inland Heatwave To Strike Southland Along With The Santa Ana Winds

An inland heatwave that will be accompanied by the Santa Ana Winds will hit the southland, with temperatures rising through end week into the weekend.  Vandenberg Air Force Base is launching a rocket soon … Find out all the details by reading on … As per the October 2017 official long range forecast put on this site, the first ‘event’ […]

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October 2017 Long Range Weather Forecast For Southern California

October 2017 Long Range Weather Forecast For Southern California

The September 2017 Forecast went as predicted and the October 2017 forecast is now ready for public viewing.  Read on for details on how this month will be rain and temp-wise. The reason for the late release was taking care of my health and also that October is the swing month where the weather patterns start to react to the […]

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Near Triple Digits To Return Briefly; Vandenberg AFB Launching Next Week

Near Triple Digits To Return Briefly; Vandenberg AFB Launching Next Week

Near triple-digit temperatures will return to the metros and low deserts by the end of the week for a brief time, and Vandenberg Air Force Base is scheduled to launch another rocket next week … get the details by reading on … As forecast, the Santa Ana Winds have returned, however on a mild scale.  The air is dry and […]

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2017-2018 Pacific Storm Names Released;  A Warm Up Coming Up

2017-2018 Pacific Storm Names Released; A Warm Up Coming Up

The Southern California Weather Force 2017-2018 Pacific Storm names are in, a weak cold front this week, and then a warm-up with offshore flow by the weekend.  Read on for all those details … Every September when monsoon season ends the Pacific Storm name list is released.  This is the first time I will continue with last season’s list where […]

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Cold Front To Zip Through Southern California Tonight into Thursday Morning

Cold Front To Zip Through Southern California Tonight into Thursday Morning

A cold front is going to zoom across our forecast region tonight into Thursday morning, bringing with it passing showers, gusty mountain and desert winds, and thunderstorms in the Kern Valley areas.  Read on for details. The upper level low that backed into the Martin Storm Diamond earlier in the week has finally kicked toward the east and ready to […]

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