Widespread Wind Event to Hit Most of Southland Starting Today for The Mountains and Deserts, Tuesday for The Metros

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Southern California Weather Force has issued a regional wind alert for most of Southern California as a classic northwest slider system moves into the region starting tonight, peaking on Tuesday and Tuesday night with some areas seeing damaging winds and others not, so for your area’s model forecasts read on for details and please pay attention to those details and images as I do not want to hear anyone complain their area is not seeing this event when the forecast clearly would confirm it …

Wind gusts will start today for the mountain and desert regions as onshore flow starts to take hold.  The wind gusts through Tuesday will increase in all areas then, including the coast/basin/valley areas.  Since this is regional, I will go ahead and outline the key areas.

  1. 90% of Southern California will have advisory level 30+ mph wind gusts.
  2. There will be some rain with it, not much, but the information for that is below.
  3. Trees and/or powerlines will be down in the stronger hit areas.
  4. Strong winds on Tuesday should prevent small crafts from being out in the island region (bight) of Southern California.  If you plan on being out there, you will have 40-50 mph wind gusts out of the west-northwest then, so it is not recommended.
  5. The hardest hit area will be around the San Diego/Imperial Border along I-8 where high profile vehicles will be certain to tip over.
  6. The weakest of the rain/wind will be parts of the Riverside/Corona areas of the Inland Empire, where I call it ‘The Screw Zone’, meaning if you want active weather then you won’t see much as other areas will.
  7. Winds will weaken on Wednesday, leaving a weak offshore (Santa Ana Wind Pattern) flow into Thursday.
  8. Another system comes in this weekend, but it could be a southern slider and favor the stronger hits into San Diego, but it is being monitored.

Please use the information below for the SCWF rain and wind models Monday night through Tuesday …

See the wind and rain model images on this link - https://www.southerncaliforniaweatherforce.com/2023/02/13/widespread-wind-event-to-hit-most-of-southern-california-starting-today-for-the-mountains-and-deserts-tuesday-for-the-metros-during-the-peak/

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