Saturday, September 25, 2021


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..Good Morning.
..Yesterday as the smoke cleared and the clouds rolled in, some areas actually had a little rain across the mountain. Parts of Running Springs had up to .04″ and along the 330 passing lanes .02″ was reported there by the Ranger Station.
..Today there will be another chance for a rain shower across the Mountains as an area of Low pressure continues to spin over SoCal drawing in moisture from the South and East. Rain chances today are running from 25-50% the further East you go from Crestline.
..The upper level winds will be from the East today then turn to the South, as wrap around winds move over the area from the Cut Off Low as it bobbles around over our area.
..Later tonight the Low will move offshore then move East by Monday taking any chances for scattered showers or Thunderstorms with it.
..Monday should warm up a few degrees as a transient area of High pressure moves across the Southland.
..To our North another area of Low pressure will begin to move Inland Monday night bringing more cooling to our area with increased morning Fog and low clouds as well as gusty SW winds through Thursday.
..Friday of next week, temperatures will begin to warm up under High pressure over the West. Offshore winds will also return for Thursday night and Friday gusting from 10-20mph with higher gusts in the wind prone areas.
..At this time, there is no rain in our ten day outlook for SoCal other than a random shower from a passing Thunderstorm today and Sunday.
..Today’s Fire Danger Levels will be a little lower due to increased humidity.
..Have a good day out there.


Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures and current winds:

Crestline-81/57*, Playground Dr-76/62*, Cdr-Pines Park-80/62*, Dart Canyon-78/63*, Twin-Peaks-73/59*, Rim Forest-71/49*, Lake Arrowhead-74/55*, Arrowhead Villas-73/58*, MacKay Park-77/58*, Heaps Peak-72/60*, Running Springs-73/58*.04″ Rain, Arrowbear-72/49*Trace of rain, Big Bear-72/48*, Upper Waterman Canyon-81/65*, Lower Waterman Canyon-84/62*, San Berdo-86/62*, Devore Heights-87/64*, Cajon Pass-85/64*, LK-Silverwood-84/64*, Rock Camp-82/60*.strong>

Wednesday, April 15, 2020



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..Good Morning.
..A beautiful morning across the mountain. Temperatures will be warming up into the 60s for most areas, with clear skies today. We will have Light and variable winds today..
This will be the forecast for tomorrow as well with another nice day in store. The Coastal areas and possibly into the IE will see morning Fog return tomorrow as onshore flow increases. A Catalina eddy may develop tonight helping to push the Marine layer Inland and up against the local foothills tomorrow morning and Friday as well.
..Friday things will begin to change as a weak area of Low pressure arrives off the SoCal Coast. This will bring increasing clouds to the area with Ridge Fog likely by Friday night. There will be a chance for a rain shower Friday as the Low passess over SoCal. This will not be a big rainmaker, or bring much if any snow, except to the higher elevations above 7000′. Rainfall amounts are running from .10-.40″ locally with the most along the West facing slopes.
..Saturday we will have clearing skies with gusty NE winds developing behind the departing Low. Temperatures will warm back up again to around normal for this time of year through Sunday.
..Monday and Tuesday there will be another area of Low pressure move through the region with another chance for some rain showers. Again, this system will not be a big rainmaker either. Maybe a little colder with snow flurries to the 6500′ level. No significant accumulations are expected from rain or snowfall.
..After Tuesday’s system moves through, Wednesday and beyond look like nice Springtime weather for the SoCal region through the 26th at least with High pressure keeping things warm as well./strong>

..Have a good day today and remember to practice the advice of the Health officials while we all work together to get through these trying times. RC
Thanks for joining me @ *RC.

Yesterday’s’ High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-65/40*, Twin-Peaks-52/39*, Rim Forest-57/42*, Lake Arrowhead Village-58/30*, Arrowhead Villas-52/39*, Running-Springs-52/36*, Big Bear-49/23*, Green Valley Lake-52/37*, N-San-Berdo-78/49*, Devore Heights-71/51*-NE-WINDS FROM 15-38MPH.