TODAY’S LATEST SATELLITE PICTURES:
TODAY’S WEATHER DISCUSSION AND FORECAST:
Trends..Not much change in our weather pattern for the next week or so. We will continue to have alternating areas of High pressure moving in from the East, toward the West, with Troughing moving through from the PAC-NW in between.
..Today, a 594dm area of High pressure is located over the South West. This will move West today lowering 500mb Heights to around 588mbs as well as temperatures through Sunday.
..A weak Trough of Low pressure will pass to our North Friday and Saturday, bringing in cooler temperatures to most of the region for the weekend.
..Monday High pressure will regain position across the whole Southern portion of the Continental U.S. Temperatures will slowly warm up again as the High strengthens through most of the work week next week. Temperatures will be much the same as what we had this week, for the middle of next week, before another Trough approaches the West again late next week.
..On the longer range outlook, the Trough for next weekend looks stronger and may bring an offshore flow as it passes to our North next weekend. Humidities across the local area are getting into the teens during peak heating prompting VERY HIGH fire danger levels during the afternoon hours locally. *RC
..As we head into the latter part of Summer and the Fall Season, the local Forest vegetation is drying out. Fuel moistures are below average now, and the Fire Danger levels are on the rise. Be sure to check Fire Regulations before camping to make sure of current Fire Regulations. Also I will be posting the Fire Danger levels on the WX Alerts page for a more in depth look at the local fire weather..(Website).
..Thank you for joining me @ www.lakegregoryweather.com
Yesterday’s High and Low temperatures were:
Crestline-89/56*, Twin Peaks-84/66*, Lk Arrowhead-85/66*, Running Springs-85/66*, Big Bear-83/41*, GVL-82/52*, San Berdo-104/65*, Wtrmn Cyn-00/00*.
..On the main page of the website, www.lakegregoryweather.com I have added two live webcam views, one of Lake Gregory pointing North, and the other facing Southeast toward Waterman canyon. These are very helpful for the drive up and down the hill. If the camera view is gray, that means it’s foggy.
Thank you to Joel at progressivesites.com for all of your help keeping this website going!
..Be sure to check out the other pages on the website for the Latest on El Nino, live webcams from around the area, live Radar, Satellite loops, Traffic conditions, along with live Weather conditions, and a live view of Lake Gregory from my weather station at the South side of the lake. Have a good Day! *RC