The Raiden Storm Pattern of February 2023 will come with a number of arctic storm systems into Southern California, bringing heavy snow above 3,000 FT, low terrain flooding, and damaging winds. The pattern begins on Tuesday night and Wednesday with damaging winds, and the storms peak will be later Thursday and into Friday so for the rain, snow, and wind models developed here in-office, read on for details ...
MOUNTAIN AREAS HIT THE STORES BEFORE OTHERS DO -
For the naysayers or new viewers, understand this was predicted on January 31st to the exact timeframe. You can click here to view that forecast. This means that confidence is very high of the forecast coming true. SCWF forecasts are ahead of the time we are on now by over 50 years.
There is not much to talk about other than the now famous pretty models here at Southern California Weather Force. Please use the information below this writing and also make sure you see when it is valid for. Models now show a zoom-in to the mountain locations for your convenience.
For the rain, snow, and wind models that are zoomed into the region - Go here - https://www.southerncaliforniaweatherforce.com/2023/02/20/first-detailed-maps-arctic-storm-system-to-hit-southern-california-damaging-winds-start-tuesday-night/
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