Thursday, October 15, 2020


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..Good Morning.
..This morning we have a weak onshore flow across most of the area. This will turn later today a NE flow with gusts from 10-35mph in some areas. Humidity levels will be low, Temperatures will be up, and the FIRE DANGER levels will be very high today and tomorrow.
..High pressure that is now over the Pacific and pasts of SoCal will slowly weaken and move back offshore in the coming days. As it does, this will bring back more seasonal temperatures to the area starting Monday. The winds will turn back to an onshore flow by Sunday helping to bring about the return to more normal weather.
..Looking out in the long range outlook, fair weather will continue through around the 24th, before we have a chance for a changeup. The models are NOT in agreement on this but there is a chance for a few light showers around that time. We will be in a mostly zonal pattern here in socal for the foreseeable future but there will be a couple of weak waves move through as troughs and ridges move through the PAC-NW over the next week or so.
..Currently all stations are reporting clear skies with generally a NE flow beginning to take shape across all of SoCal. always be careful out there with any type of fire!
..On another note, I will be away from my computer for the next week or so.
..Please be careful out there as the fire danger levels increase over the next few days!!!
..Thank you to all the Firefighting teams out there across all of California. They have been working tirelessly for months now and are worn out. THANK YOU!!! RC*

Yesterday’s’ High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-85/52*, Playground Dr-82/67* Winds-NE @ 10-15mph, Cdr-Pines Park-86/67*, Twin-Peaks-84/65*, Rim Forest-87/67*, Lake Arrowhead Village-82/48*, Arrowhead Villas-81/65*, Heaps Peak-77*67 winds NE @ 10-15mph, Running Springs-82/64*, Crab Flats-GVL-78/67*, Big Bear-75/34*, Upper Waterman Canyon-93/73*, San Berdo-103/64*, Lower Waterman Canyon-96/71*, Devore Heights-99/73*, Cajon Lookout-84/73* winds-NE @ 15-22mph.

Lake Gregory

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Rainfall Total 2020-2021: 0.00″

The last 24 hours have brought- 0.00” of  rain at my location as of 7am.

Last storms  24 hour snowfall -0.00″

The total rainfall for the (2019-2020) Rainfall Season was: 31.51″  including 45.50″ of melted snow.

The total for the (2018-2019) Rainfall Year was, rainfall 54.16″ , melted snow total- 25.00″ of snow.

The total for the (2017-2018) Rainfall Year was, rainfall 19.57″ , melted snow total- 4.25″ of snow.

The total for the (2016-2017) Rainfall Year was, rainfall including melted snow total-45.90″

The total for the (2015-2016) Rainfall Year was, rainfall including melted snow total- 32.38″

All measurements are taken at my location on the South side of Lake Gregory.
Normal for the Crestline area is around ~40.00″.

The Rainfall year starts on October, 01, and ends on September, 30th.

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*RC. The information on this site is determined from many sources and is the most probable solution for our local area. Weather is a dynamic force and can change in a brief period of time.