Wednesday, Sept 19, 2018

 

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Today’s Forecast for Crestline, Twin Peaks, Lake Arrowhead and the San Bernardino Mountains.

Good Morning.
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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Tuesday, Sept 18, 2018

 

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Today’s Forecast for Crestline, Twin Peaks, Lake Arrowhead and the San Bernardino Mountains.

Good Morning.
There will be Subtle changes in our weather over the next few days. An upper level trough will pass over SoCal over the next 48 hours. This will bring gusty winds to the area and a couple of degrees of cooling. As the Trough moves East Thursday, we will pick up a short duration NE flow then returning to the typical SW-SE flow. Thursday and Friday, an influx of Gulf Moisture from the Gulf of California will move into the Deserts and South Eastern SoCal. This will raise the humidity levels across the area helping to reduce the fire danger for a couple days. This morning I have 8% humidity at my location. We may see some Cumulus cloud development at that time but the chance for a Thunderstorm is close to zero as it looks this morning. The Monsoon has been cut off from SoCal due to Troughing brought on by the lowering Polar Jet Stream across the Pac-NW. This is the Typical pattern for this time of year. Change from Summer to Fall/Winter upper air patterns. On the long range outlook for the West Coast, there will be several Troughs pass through to our North over the next week or so. It doesn’t look like we will see any rain from any of these systems. However, as they pass to the North of SoCal, we will be on the bottom side of the circulation giving us the Santa Ana winds. We will also continue to see a general cooling trend as we head toward Fall which officially begins Saturday. Bring on the Fall colors! Have a good day! RC

Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-79-63*, Twin Peaks-74/54*, Lake Arrowhead-77/61*, Running Springs-72/57*, Big Bear-78/46*, San Bernardino-101/58*.
Average local temps for today are: 76/50*. MIN-35*(1993) MAX-89*-(1951)

Forecast Temperatures for the next three days:


Crestline,Twin Peaks, Arrowhead: Tues-72-78*/55-64*, Wed-74-79*/56-64*, Thurs-75-82*/55-64*.


Big Bear,GVL,Running Springs: Tues-72-77*/42-50*, Wed-72-78*/40-52*,Thur-74-78*/40-50*.


San Bernardino: Tues-92-98*/57-64*, Wed-92-97*/55-62*, Thur-93-99*/58-64*..


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Monday, Sept 17, 2018

 

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Today’s Forecast for Crestline, Twin Peaks, Lake Arrowhead and the San Bernardino Mountains.

Good Morning.
Today and Tuesday we will be in between High pressure to our Southeast, and a Trough to our Northwest. This will keep us in a SW flow along with mild temperatures. Wednesday, the Trough will move through SoCal bringing in cooler temperatures and gusty winds. Thursday, we will see a brief period of North East winds across the area as the Trough departs. Temperatures will warm up for Thursday through the upcoming weekend as High pressure once again returns. Monsoonal Moisture will make a return to the Arizona and New Mexico region later in this week, but will not likely have any effect in the Southern Desert areas of SoCal. Once Hurricane Florence should begin to move Northeast today and finally give that area a break from the epic rain they have been dealing with. High pressure is forecast to move over that area this week to help them begin to dry out. No rain is in our 5Day window as of this morning. Have a good day! RC

Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-79-62*, Twin Peaks-73/55*, Lake Arrowhead-77/61*, Running Springs-72/59*, Big Bear-76/47*, San Bernardino-96/59*.
Average local temps for today are: 76/50*. MIN-37*(1977) MAX-89*-(1951)

Forecast Temperatures for the next three days:


Crestline,Twin Peaks, Arrowhead: Mon-74-79*/60-65*, Tues-72-78*/60-66*, Wed-74-79*/56-64*, Thurs-75-82*/62-67*.


Big Bear,GVL,Running Springs: Mon-74-78*/45-52*,Tues-72-77*/42-50*, Wed-72-78*42-52*.


San Bernardino: Mon-90-95*/59-65*,Tues-90-94*/57-64*, Wed-90-95*/55-62*..


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Sunday, Sept 16, 2018

 

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Today’s Forecast for Crestline, Twin Peaks, Lake Arrowhead and the San Bernardino Mountains.

Good Morning.
The Seasons are changing. Cooler weather will slowly move into the Mountains as the Troughs of Low pressure slowly get closer to SoCal. We will alternate from Troughs passing to our North that will bring Santa Ana winds as they pass, to nice cool days that are just nice. October is one of my favorite months of the year. Warm days and cool nights are typical for late September and October. Fall colors will peak which signals the changing of the Seasons. October usually brings our first rains of the Winter Season as well.
The weather for the week ahead will be very typical of this time of year. Today we will have a cool day with highs locally in the upper 70s. A South West breeze will continue to flow across the area with some gusty winds during the afternoon hours. This will be the forecast through Tuesday afternoon. Then a Trough will pass through the area on Wednesday morning, bringing cooler weather, gusty winds, and maybe a few clouds to the area. Wednesday afternoon, as the trough heads East, we will have a weak Santa Ana wind event with winds gusting from 5-20mph in the wind prone areas. Thursday, we will return to onshore flow as High pressure returns along with warmer temperatures through the weekend. Have a good day and enjoy the great mountain weather!
Video updates on Florence will be posted at the bottom of this page as well as an EL NINO update on the “FIRE WX/EL-NINO”, PAGE of the website, lakegregoryweather.com
Have a good day! RC

Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-78-63*, Twin Peaks-78/58*, Lake Arrowhead-76/63*, Running Springs-72/58*, Big Bear-77/65*, San Bernardino-94/64*.
Average local temps for today are: 76/51*. MIN-40*(1959) MAX-93*-(1971)

Forecast Temperatures for the next three days:


Crestline,Twin Peaks, Arrowhead: Sun-74-79*/55-64*, Mon-74-79*/52-60*, Tues-72-78*/52-60*.


Big Bear,GVL,Running Springs: Sun-75-81*/44-55*, Mon-74-78*/45-52*,Tues-72-77*/42-50*.


San Bernardino: Sun-90-95*/58-62*, Mon-90-95*/57-64*,Tues-89-94*/55-64*..


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Saturday, Sept 15, 2018

 

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Today’s Forecast for Crestline, Twin Peaks, Lake Arrowhead and the San Bernardino Mountains.

Good Morning.
This mornings surface pressure is running slightly onshore across the area. However some areas are seeing a NE breeze this morning due to a weak wave passing through the long wave trough, locally. A long wave Trough extending from Central Canada, to off of the NorCal Coast, will remain pretty much stationary through the week ahead. We will see a couple of short waves pass through the area over the next few days. Also an area of High pressure centered South and East of California will also remain mostly stationary. So the end result will be a static weather pattern through the next five days. Temperatures will be a little cooler today and Sunday with gusty SW winds likely from 10-25mph in the wind prone areas. For Monday and Tuesday, the area of High pressure to our Southeast will extend West over SoCal and we will warm up a few degrees as a result. Then another weak wave will arrive for Wednesday through Friday bringing a return of cooler temperatures. So basically, we will be in the middle of two different pressure zones that will push back and forth through the next several days. Now for the long range “Crystal Ball” outlook, The 20th we may see an increase in moisture locally with an increase in the Marine layer, and maybe some drizzle, as another weak trough passes through the area. Then on the 30th, the long range models are favoring a Tropical system moving North along the West Coast from Mexico. This will bring a chance for rain possibly heavy for the Southeastern portion of SoCal. This is something I will be watching in the coming days. Meanwhile, Florence is taking her sweet time moving through the Carolinas. Today South Carolina will likely be the target of the most rain and flooding. Monday, Florence should get picked up by the upper level flow, and move out to the North and East. Keep the people of the East Coast in your thoughts. RC
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Have a good day! RC

Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-82-64*, Twin Peaks-77/56*, Lake Arrowhead-79/63*, Running Springs-76/59*, Big Bear-77/44*, San Bernardino-98/63*.
Average local temps for today are: 76/51*. MIN-40*(1959) MAX-93*-(1971)

Forecast Temperatures for the next three days:


Crestline,Twin Peaks, Arrowhead:Sat-74-81*/58-64*, Sun-75-81*/58-64*.Mon-76-82*/52-60*, Tues-76-82*/56-62*.


Big Bear,GVL,Running Springs: Sat-74-79*/45-53*, Sun-74-79*/43-53*, Mon-73-79*/42-52*.


San Bernardino: Sat-90-95*/58-64*, Sun-90-95*/55-62*, Mon-92-98*/56-64*..


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Friday, Sept 14, 2018

 

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Today’s Forecast for Crestline, Twin Peaks, Lake Arrowhead and the San Bernardino Mountains.

Good Morning.
We will continue to have nice Fallish weather through the next several days. High pressure to our Southeast, and a Trough of Low pressure to our West. We will be sandwiched in the middle of the two. The only change will be subtle as the temperatures will vary by a few degrees while the two pressure areas play tug or war with each other. Clear skies will prevail along with afternoon winds becoming gusty at times. The Hurricane along the Carolinas is very slowly moving onshore this morning bringing lots of rain and wind to that region. Florence was at a CAT 1 this morning. Keep the people of the East Coast in your thoughts. RC
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Have a good day! RC

Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-78-55*, Twin Peaks-74/59*, Lake Arrowhead-76/61*, Running Springs-72/58*, Big Bear-73/37*, San Bernardino-95/60*.
Average local temps for today are: 77/51*. MIN-33*(1970) MAX-91*-(1948)

Forecast Temperatures for the next three days:


-75-81*/56-63*,

Crestline,Twin Peaks, Arrowhead: Fri-75-82*/58-64*,Sat-74-80*/56-62*, Sun-74-79*/52-58*.

Big Bear,GVL,Running Springs: Fri-74-79*/42-52*, Sat-72-78*/43-53*, Sun-73-77*/42-52*.

San Bernardino: Fri-92-96*/58-64*,Sat-90-95*/58-64*,Sun-90-95*/55-62*..


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Thursday, Sept 13, 2018

 

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Today’s Forecast for Crestline, Twin Peaks, Lake Arrowhead and the San Bernardino Mountains.

Good Morning.
Today we will continue to have clear skies across the Mountain areas with a weak South West breeze. A Trough of Low pressure across Central California will slowly move out by the weekend. Also there is an area of High pressure to our Southeast. We are sandwiched in between the two. This will be the keep us in a southwest flow for the next several days. Temperatures will warm slightly toward the weekend then cool back down Sunday through next week. No big changes are in the five day outlook for our area. The East Pacific Tropical outlook shows a couple of systems developing later this weekend and into next week to our South. The long range models show two possible Tropical systems moving North along Mexico and Baja and possibly ending up in the SoCal area toward the end of September. If this does develop we could see a chance for some rain across the area. As far as the Atlantic goes, Florence has weakened to a CAT2 this morning and is still poised to come onshore later today along the Carolinas. As of 5am, florence has winds of 110mph and a central pressure of 956mbs. So the East coast has been given somewhat of a break from the winds as Florence has weakened from a CAT4 to a CAT2, but the rain will continue to be a big problem. Keep the people of the East Coast in your thoughts. RC
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Have a good day! RC

Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-79-61*, Twin Peaks-73/54*, Lake Arrowhead-76/53*, Running Springs-76/57*, Big Bear-73/54*, San Bernardino-91/62*.
Average local temps for today are: 77/51*. MIN-40*(1950) MAX-95*-(1948)

Forecast Temperatures for the next three days:


Crestline,Twin Peaks, Arrowhead: Thurs-75-81*/56-63*, Fri-75-82*/58-64*,Sat-75-80*/56-62*.

Big Bear,GVL,Running Springs: Thurs-72-79*/45-55*, Fri-72-79*/42-52*, Sat-72-78*/43-53*.

San Bernardino: Thurs-89-94*/60-65*, Fri-90-95*/58-64*,Sat-90-95*/58-64*..


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Wednesday, Sept 12, 2018

 

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Today’s Forecast for Crestline, Twin Peaks, Lake Arrowhead and the San Bernardino Mountains.

Good Morning.
Not much change in our local weather for the next few days. We will continue to be in a South West flow across SoCal as a Trough of Low pressure develops to our West.
To our South and East High pressure will try to build into the SoCal area later this week but will not have much luck as the Trough will remain to strong. We will likely see a couple degrees of warming for Friday and Saturday but daytime high temps will remain in the upper 70s to low 80s. Overnight temps will be in the low to mid 50s with a few areas in the low 60s. Big Bear and Green Valley Lake may drop into the upper 30s to low 40s through the period. On the long range “Crystal Ball” outlook, there is a chance for a dying Tropical depression to move up the West Coast from Baja toward the end of the month as well as a Trough dropping South along the West Coast at the same time. They look like the two might meet close to the area. That would bring a chance for some moisture to SoCal if that goes according to plan. Fingers crossed! Meanwhile, we can expect to have clear skies, afternoon gusty SW winds, and Fall like temperatures through the week ahead. This mornings Hurricane models are still all over the place with Hurricane Florence. Still at a CAT4 Hurricane Florence is headed for the Carolinas but there is where the models diverge. Check the NWS Hurricane page for the latest details. I have posted this mornings NHC track map below. Keep that area of the Country in your thoughts. Video updates on Florence will be posted at the bottom of this page. (on the website, lakegregoryweather.com)
Have a good day! RC

Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-80-57*, Twin Peaks-75/60*, Lake Arrowhead-79/61*, Running Springs-76/59*, Big Bear-80/56*, San Bernardino-93/62*.
Average local temps for today are: 78/52*. MIN-34*(1985) MAX-94*-(1948)

Forecast Temperatures for the next three days:


Crestline,Twin Peaks, Arrowhead: Wed-78-82*/56-64*, Thurs-78-82*/56-63*, Fri-77-82*/58-64*.

Big Bear,GVL,Running Springs: Wed-75-80*/44-54*, Thurs-74-80*/44-50*, Fri-76.81*/45-52*.

San Bernardino: Wed-88-93*/59-65*, Thurs-89-95*/60-65*,Fri-92-96*/58-64*..


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Tuesday, Sept 11, 2018

 

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Today’s Forecast for Crestline, Twin Peaks, Lake Arrowhead and the San Bernardino Mountains.
Good Morning.
For our mountain areas temperatures will be a little cooler today as we will be at the bottom of a long wave trough that is along the West Coast. Gusty Southwest winds will develop during the afternoon and evening hours through Thursday. We will continue to have clear skies through the days ahead. Friday through the weekend, we will be in the middle of a Subtropical Jet to our South, and the Polar Jet slightly to our North. So we may, or may not, see a warming trend locally for the weekend. The upper air charts show the Subtropical High expanding toward SoCal, but the lower air charts continue to show the local area in the middle of the two air masses. So it will depend on which one ends up being stronger. So for now, I will keep the nice Fall weather in the forecast through the weekend for the local areas. On the long range outlook clear skies with intermittent intrusion of the Marine layer into the Valley will be the forecast. Temperatures will remain about the same as what we have been having. Daytime highs in the upper 70s to mid 80s from Big Bear to Crestline. Now for the Hurricane update. Olivia has been downgraded to a Tropical Storm with winds averaging 65mph. Olivia is expected to pass over Hawaii later tonight (graphic below). Florence is on track to make landfall as a major Hurricane for North Carolina and possible Virginia (graphic below) Thursday night or Friday. Keep that area of the Country in your thoughts. Video updates on Florence will be posted at the bottom of this page. (on the website, lakegregoryweather.com)
Have a good day! RC

Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-82-61*, Twin Peaks-77/58*, Lake Arrowhead-80/62*, Running Springs-76/60*, Big Bear-81/42*, San Bernardino-97/62*.
Average local temps for today are: 78/52*. MIN-33*(1952) MAX-93*-(1948)

Forecast Temperatures for the next three days:


Crestline,Twin Peaks, Arrowhead:Tues-76-82*/58-64*, Wed-74-82*/58-64*, Thurs-74-82*/60-66*.

Big Bear,GVL,Running Springs: Tues-76-82*/41-53*, Wed-74-78*/39-49*, Thurs-74-78*/38-48*.

San Bernardino: Tues-92-96*/57-65*, Wed-89-95*/67-63*, Thurs-92-97*/60-65*..


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Monday, Sept 10, 2018

 

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Today’s Forecast for Crestline, Twin Peaks, Lake Arrowhead and the San Bernardino Mountains.
Good Morning.
Today we will start the week with a cooling trend that will bring much cooler temperatures by Wednesday. High pressure over the West will break down as a fairly deep Trough develops to our North. As the Trough develops, it will slowly become NE to SW orientated from Canada to off of the SoCal Coast. As a result, the onshore flow will strengthen, as well as increasing the Marine layer’s depth and coverage Inland. Fog and low clouds will be likely Tuesday through Thursday from the coast to the IE. Friday High pressure will return as a Subtropical High re-establishes itself over the South West. Temperatures will rise for the weekend again. Winds will be gusty at times for the next couple days from 5-20mph in some areas. Humidity levels will recover somewhat, but will generally be below normal. Clear skies for the mountains through the week will be the forecast. Now Hurricane Florence is at a CAT2 this morning and continues to strengthen. Florence is expected to reach the Carolinas by Thursday PM. Olivia in the Pacific is expected to reach Hawaii by Tuesday as a fairly strong Tropical Storm. Trajectories for both are at the bottom of this page as well as a video from Levi Cowan.
Have a good day! RC

Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-85-68*, Twin Peaks-81/59*, Lake Arrowhead-84/66*, Running Springs-79/62*, Big Bear-81/40*, San Bernardino-102/64*.
Average local temps for today are: 78/52*. MIN-41*(1950) MAX-91*-(1993)

Forecast Temperatures for the next three days:
Crestline,Twin Peaks, Arrowhead: Mon-79-85*/60-66*, Tues-76-82*/58-64*, Wed-75-80*/58-64*

Big Bear,GVL,Running Springs: Mon-75-81*/41-53*, Tues-75-80*/41-53*, Wed-70-75*/39-49*.

San Bernardino: Mon-94-99*/60-66*, Tues-90-95*/57-65*, Wed-87-94*/67-63..


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