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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2016.

TODAY’S LATEST SATELLITE PICTURES:

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TODAY’S WEATHER DISCUSSION AND FORECAST:

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For the Crestline, Lake Arrowhead, Twin Peaks, Running Springs and Big Bear areas:
 
Good Morning. Todays WIND ADVISORY will expire at 4pm. The RED FLAG WARNING will expire on Monday at 3pm. This morning we will have North East winds increasing through the day from 10-25mph for most areas, and 15-45mph likely in the wind prone areas along the ridges and in some canyons locally. Temperatures across the mountain will be about the same as Saturdays with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s and overnight lows in the mid to upper 50s. Tomorrow, the winds will turn to a more Easterly direction as an area of low pressure to our south begins to affect our weather here. Today, a West Coast High at 596dm, is centered off of California. A developing area of low pressure in the North Western area of Mexico currently at 580dm, will expand into SoCal late Monday and Tuesday. As this area of low pressure expands into SoCal, Tropical Moisture will be drawn up from Baja and again bring increased moisture and cumulus type clouds into the area at the 10-15k’ level. Tuesday and Wednesday, there will be a chance for light rain showers and or Thunder Storms, from Running Springs to the Big Bear area. We will be on the far Western edge of the Tropical Moisture flow and will only have a slight chance for a T/Storm here. However, the good news is we will have increased moisture across the entire area and less wind so the RED FLAG WARNINGS will be over for now. Temperatures are expected to peak Monday, then cool off rapidly Monday night through the rest of the week. A trough of low pressure will arrive from the North late Wednesday, dropping South over the area and continuing to bring cooler air and the return of an onshore flow to the SoCal area. *RC
 
For local dispatch info check, www.socalmountains.com (link below). For ongoing updates on local incidents, check Rim of the world breaking news on Facebook. *RC
 



 
TODAY THROUGH MONDAY, THERE IS A RED FLAG WARNING AND A WIND ADVISORY, LOCALLY.
 
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High temperatures for the Crestline, Twin Peaks, and Lake Arrowhead areas today will be from 75-82* today, with overnight lows from 54-60*. Gusty winds from the NE can be expected today

Big Bear, and Running Springs, will have High temperatures today from 70-75*, with overnight lows in Big Bear from 34-39*, and in Running Springs from 48-52*.

Highs in the San Bernardino and Valley areas will be from 95-102* today, with overnight lows from 65-70*.


 

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HERE ARE SOME LOCAL TEMPS FROM AROUND THE AREA.

 
LAKE GREGORY——-75/60…….Elevation 4618’………..0.00″ RAIN
VLY/MOON—————79/56…….Elevation 4974’………..0.00″ RAIN
TWIN PEAKS————77/54…….Elevation 5784′ ……….0.00″ RAIN
RIM FOREST————71/59……..Elevation 5768’………..0.00″ RAIN
SKY-FOREST————71/57……..Elevation 5863′ ……….0.00″ RAIN
ROCK CAMP————78/62…….Elevation 5472′ …………0.00″ RAIN
CEDAR RIDGE———–73/59……Elevation 5580′ ………..0.00″ RAIN
RUNNING SPRINGS—71/60……..Elevation 6283’……….0.00″ RAIN
BIG BEAR——————66/34……..Elevation 6781′ ………..0.00″ RAIN
UPR-WTRMN/CYN——-81/65…….Elevation 3208’…………0.00″ RAIN
N.SBDNO——————-97/61…………………………….0.00″ RAIN

The Rainfall year starts on July 01, and ends on June 30th. The Total for the 2015/2016 Rainfall Year, was 32.38″ at my location on the South side of Lake Gregory.
Normal for the Crestline area is around 40.00″~.


 


THE LATEST FIRE INFORMATION: INCIWEB


 
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Fire Weather Warning

Issued: 3:44 AM PDT Sep. 25, 2016 – National Weather Service

… Red flag warning remains in effect until 3 PM PDT Monday for
strong gusty winds and low humidities…

* winds… areas of northeast winds 15 to 25 mph with gusts to 35
mph… becoming 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 45. Isolated gusts to
55 mph along wind-prone coastal slopes today.

* Humidities… lowest of 6 to 10 percent today with poor overnight
recovery. Lowest of 10 to 20 percent on Monday.

* Outlook… gradual cooling with higher humidities and weaker
winds Tuesday into Wednesday.

* Impacts… any fires that start may exhibit extreme fire
behavior and spread rapidly. Outdoor burning is not
recommended.

Precautionary/preparedness actions…

A red flag warning means that critical fire weather conditions
are either occurring now… or will shortly. A combination of
strong winds… low relative humidity… and heat will contribute
to extreme fire behavior.

 


 

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Here is a link to the latest article in WEATHERWEST on EL NINO and other weather trends, written by Daniel Swain, PHD. WEATHER WEST BLOG

If you check the “ROAD CONDITIONS” page there is a live picture from HWY 18 AND LAKE GREGORY DRIVE. Use this to check the FOG or other road conditions such as CHAIN CONTROL.

Be sure to check the WEBCAM page to see how the weather looks at other locations around the mountain as well.


*RC. The info on this site is determined from many sources, and is the most probable solution.

 

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