Long Range Rainfall Level Risk Model

The Southern California Weather Central.com Rainfall Risk Model is a long range project that is experimental.  It means that it is likely to be more accurate in the 5 day period than the 15 day period, but it cannot hurt to try this test out.  The model’s weakness is small scale event.  It will not predict small scale events.  This is for predicting larger scale events into Southern California, which can cause little rain or up to extreme flooding potential.

Updated Every 5 Days – Next update August 20, 2014

Level 6 – Extreme – Extreme Flood Potential
Level 5 – High – Flood Potential High
Level 4 – Moderate – Flood potential starts
Level 3 – Slight – Moderate
Level 2 – Slight –
Level 1 – Risk Too Low

Valid August 15th – 20th

Valid August 20th through 25th

Valid August 25th through August 30th