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TODAY’S WEATHER DISCUSSION AND FORECAST:
This morning we have clear skies and very nice weather across the Mountain. Overnight, the North East flow aloft that has brought warm temperatures and gusty winds to the area has moved East. Today, a South West flow at the surface level will bring cooler temperatures, and gusty SW winds to most of SoCal today. Along with the SW flow, the Coastal areas will see an increase in the Marine layer aided by a Catalina Eddy. Tomorrow and Monday, fog and low clouds will push further inland with the help of the Coastal Eddy, all the way into the Inland Valleys and Coastal slopes of the Mountains. Temperatures today for the Lake Arrowhead and Crestline areas will be cooler with daytime highs in the upper 60s to low 70s. Overnight lows will cool to the mid 40s for most areas. Big Bear and Running Springs will have daytime highs in the mid to upper 60s as well, with overnight lows in the mid 30s for Big Bear, and the low 40s for Running Springs. A cooling trend will continue through Wednesday of next week for the start October, with very seasonable weather. October can have very warm daytime temperatures however, very cool nights are also associated with October, as well. Santa Ana winds will typically peak during October along with the Fire Danger levels. Fall colors will peak this month locally, making for a good time to get outdoors and enjoy the beauty of Fall in the Mountains. On the long range outlook a warming trend will begin mid week next week with a return of NE winds. For the first look at the Winter Forecast, I have posted some thoughts on the “Alerts and Trends” page.
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