TODAY’S LATEST SATELLITE PICTURES:
TODAY’S WEATHER DISCUSSION AND FORECAST:
This morning we have clear skies and gusty winds from the NE across the area. Playground drive weather station had gusts of over 50mph, earlier this morning.
..Our new Heaps Peak WX/ST had winds over 28mph, and in Chatsworth near last weeks Saddleridge fire, gusts of 61mph. Currently the winds have died down but will continue to be strong and gusty throughout the day, and at times through the rest of the week especially along the Ridges and in the Canyons.
..High pressure over the Eastern Pacific will move over SoCal over the next few days bringing a warming trend to the region. Santa Ana winds will also be with us on and off through the week as a couple Troughs pass through to our North.
..High Fire Danger will be with us as well as Humidity levels lower for Monday and Tuesday.
..Wednesday we will see a brief break as onshore flow returns for the day. Then another round of offshore winds will arrive for Thursday and Friday of next week.
..There is hope for a change in the weather at the end of the month! The models this morning are favoring a long wave Trough arriving around the 28th of the month with a chance for rain locally. This is forecast to be a cold Trough of Low pressure with snow possible for the Sierras, and maybe a dusting at the higher elevations locally, if this does come to fruition. So keep your fingers crossed!
..That’s it for now. Thank You for joining me at, lakegregoryweather.com
Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-68/45*, Twin Peaks-64/43*, Lk Arrowhead-71/43*, Running Springs-61/42*, Big Bear-67/33*, GVL-63/38*, San Berdo-85/55*, Wtrmn Cyn-74/49*.