Monday, January 22, 2018

TODAY’S LATEST SATELLITE PICTURES:


TODAY’S WEATHER DISCUSSION AND FORECAST:



Today’s Forecast for Crestline, Lake Arrowhead and the San Bernardino Mountains:
Good Morning.
Our cool weather will slowly begin to warm as High pressure builds over the Great Basin and over the Pacific Ocean through mid week. Tuesday and Wednesday will have temperatures in the 50s locally with a period of offshore flow. A weak system will move onshore to our North Thursday. This will bring a wind change and much cooler temperatures to the area with an increase in clouds and possibly Ridge fog. At this time, rain is not expected south of the Point Conception area of the California. The long range outlook still looks pretty bleak for SoCal. A Pacific Ridge of High pressure is expected to develop and last through at least the first week of February, and likely longer. So short of a March miracle, the Drought for SoCal will likely carry on.
Temperatures for the Lake Arrowhead and Crestline areas today will run from 46-52* with overnight lows from 28-36*. Running Springs, Green Valley Lake, and Big Bear will have highs today from 38-45* with overnight lows from 19-29*. San Bernardino will be cool today as well with highs expected to be from 65-70* and overnight from 44-49*. No fog or clouds is in todays forecast for the local areas, just some gusty NE winds in the wind prone areas.
That’s it for now, have a good day, and thanks for joining me @ lakegregoryweather.com
RC

HERE ARE SOME HIGH AND LOW TEMPS OVER THE LAST 24 HOURS.

If you click on the green Station name, it will take you to that WX/Station

LAKE GREGORY———42/29….Elev 4617’…0.00″ RAIN*

VLY OF THE MOON—–44/28….Elev  4974’…0.00″ RAIN*

SKYLAND DR.————-41/33….Elev 5036’…0.00″ RAIN*

CDR/PINES/PRK———-40/31….Elev 5784’…0.00″ RAIN*

TWIN PEAKS—————38/31…Elev 5514’…0.00″ RAIN*

RIM FOREST—————45/31….Elev 5768’…0.00″ RAIN*

 STAGING AREA———-45/31….Elev 4920’…0.00″ RAIN*

CEDAR RIDGE————38/29….Elev 5580′..0.00″ RAIN*

SKYFOREST—————38/29…Elev 5863’…..0.00″ RAIN*

RUNNING SPRINGS—–35/29…..Elev 6283′..0.00″ RAIN*

GREEN VALLEY LAKE—37/19…Elev 6925′..0.00″ RAIN*

BIG BEAR/-SHAY/MDW-36/17..Elev 6781’…0.00″ RAIN*

UPR-WTRMN/CYN——-00/00….Elev 3208′..0.00″ RAIN*

SAN BERNARDINO——-63/43….Elev 1278’….0.00″ RAIN*

 *NOTE:

SOME OF THE RAIN GAUGES MAY BE FROZEN DURING STORM EVENTS

This years rainfall total is at  6.82″ so far at my location.

The Rainfall year starts on July 01, and ends on June 30th.

Rainfall amounts from the latest storm were 0.13″.

The storm of January 8th & 9th, brought 5.18″ of Rain, and no snow, at my WX/ST  here at Lake Gregory.

Last years season (2016-2017) rainfall total was, 45.90″ including melted snow moisture at my location.

The Total for the 2015-2016 Rainfall Year, was 32.38″ at my location on the South side of Lake Gregory.
Normal for the Crestline area is around ~40.00″.

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Ron Chalfant

lakegregoryweather.com

If you are interested in learning more about the weather and how it works, at 6pm local time, Tim Vasquez has a 30-40 minute broadcast on YouTube videos that you can learn some of the details in weather forecasting. LINK:  Tim Vasquez. He also has written several books that are worth reading if you are interested in Weather, that can be found on Amazon.


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