TRENDS AND FUN FACTS OF THIS DATE IN SOCAL WEATHER.

EL NINO UPDATE 2018.

ENSO Regions

El Nino/ La Nina.

From September of 2017 through March of 2018,  ENSO region 3.4 has been in a La Nina state.

This is due to the SST’s ( Sea Surface Temperatures) remaining at or below what would be considered Normal for this area of the Central Pacific as well as the Eastern Pacific.  Since May of 2018,  the ENSO 3.4 region has began to warm slightly and is now in a neutral state. This warming of the this region of the Ocean is expected to continue for the next six months or more. Currently the 3.4 region is at .2*C  above normal. For the El Nino Threshold to be reached, the SSTs will have to reach at least .5*C above normal for several consecutive months. The current forecast is for this trend to continue into the Winter of 2018/2019 with a 50-65% chance for El Nino to return to the West Coast for next Winter.

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Provided above are current weather outlooks for Crestline to Big Bear, that are issued by the National Weather Service including, Warnings, and Watches. These are posted daily or as needed. Along with the Current Trends are, “This Day in History”, posted along side of any Alerts or Weather Warnings that are pertinent for the Crestline and other Mountain Communities around the Lake Arrowhead to Big Bear areas. Such as, Thunder Storm Warnings, Snow, or Winter Weather Warnings, High Wind Warnings or Advisories for the San Bernardino Mountain communities that have been issued by the National Weather Service. Also the latest Drought information for California as well as a general five Day Precipitation and Temperature Forecast for all of California. The Weather in the San Bernardino Mountain Communities varies greatly by elevation and location. We have the Deep Creek area to the North of the Lake Arrowhead area where Hiking, Camping, and Off Road activities, that all can be impacted by quick moving Summer Storms, and any other outdoor activities in those areas. We also have several lakes for recreation such as, Lake Gregory, Lake Arrowhead, Green Valley Lake as well as Big Bear Lake, where swimming, fishing, and boating can be impacted by local Weather events anytime of the year. So along with the main page for lakegregoryweather.com, this is also a good source of information for the San Bernardino Mountain Communities at a quick glance.