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Today’s Forecast for Crestline, Twin Peaks, Lake Arrowhead and the San Bernardino Mountains.
Today we will have a few cumulus clouds develop across the area as a Trough of low pressure moves through SoCal. Also a push of Subtropical moisture is moving into the Arizona/California border area raising the humidity levels there, which will eventually spread higher humidity levels into the local Mountains and Desert areas of Eastern SoCal. No Thunderstorm activity is expected locally from this Gulf Surge, just some clouds along the Ridges for our area. After the Trough passes later today, we will have a short period with Northeast winds that will follow the departing Trough. Then we will return to an onshore flow by Tomorrow afternoon. We will then head into a more Zonal flow for the next few days into the weekend with slightly warmer daytime temperatures, locally. On the longer range outlook, a Jet max way to our North will help to strengthen an area of Low pressure that will eventually form a cut off Low to our West, next week. Also there is a chance for a Tropical Cyclone to move North parallel to the coast of Baja later next week as well. So we will have a variety of weather to watch in the coming days as we head into Fall. Enjoy the changing weather. Have a good day! RC
Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-78-60*, Twin Peaks-73/55*, Lake Arrowhead-77/60*, Running Springs-73/57*, Big Bear-78/38*, San Bernardino-93/61*.
Average local temps for today are: 75/50*. MIN-33*(1989) MAX-88*-(1949)
Forecast Temperatures for the next three days:
Crestline,Twin Peaks, Arrowhead: Wed-74-79*/56-64*, Thurs-75-81*/55-64*, Fri-77-82*/62-66*.
Big Bear,GVL,Running Springs: Wed-72-78*/38-52*,Thur-74-78*/40-50*, Fri-72-77*/40-52*.
San Bernardino: Wed-92-97*/55-62*, Thur-93-99*/58-64*, Fri-94-98*/62-66*..
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