Wednesday, Oct 16, 2019





..Good Morning.
The Heaps Peak weather station is up and available on the Webcam page. Click the link below the picture (webcam page) from Heaps Peak to view the current weather there.
..This morning the skies are clear even in the Valley.
..Today we will have increasing high clouds from the South West along with gusty winds at times. Temperatures will be a little warmer, then turn cooler for tomorrow.
..The only real change in our weather will be the onshore-offshore alternating winds through Sunday. Temperatures will cool for Thursday and Friday, then warm back up for the weekend.
..Saturday night, or early Sunday morning, will be our next possible round of Santa Ana winds as surface High pressure builds into the Great Basin behind a departing trough of Lower pressure. The pressure gradient as of this morning doesn’t look particularly strong, but the Fire Danger levels will be heightened for those days as humidity levels will be low along with the gusty winds..
..Tomorrow morning we may see a brief return of Fog in the Valley. The Fog, if it does materialize, will clear out by mid morning as an offshore flow returns.
..As far as the Crystal Ball outlook goes, I don’t see any rain in the ten day outlook for our area. There will be a few systems working their way through the PAC-NW, but as it looks now, they will stay well to our North.
That’s it for now. Thank You for joining me at,

Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-72/44*, Twin Peaks-69/50*, Lk Arrowhead-75/54*, Running Springs-70/54*, Big Bear-65/40*, GVL-68/38*, San Berdo-93/60*, Wtrmn Cyn-77/57*.


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