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May 2019 Weather Forecast Pattern For Southern California

May 2019 Weather Forecast Pattern For Southern California

May 2019 will have a mixed temperature profile with key dates having excellent weather and the first major heatwave in the region so for details read on … The beginning of May we will have a slight bump in temperatures this weekend, followed by a cool-down as another cutoff system comes in early this next week.  This will bring a […]

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OFFICIAL: Southwestern U.S. Monsoon To Start First to Second Week Of July; Impacts

OFFICIAL: Southwestern U.S. Monsoon To Start First to Second Week Of July; Impacts

The Southwestern U.S. Monsoon is expected to start during the first and second week of July, according to my latest numbers. Read on more to find out what we are looking at across the region. My latest numbers are showing a ridge of high pressure that will develop over the four corners of the Desert Southwest just after July 4th, […]

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June 2018 Tropical Storm or Hurricane Impact Forecast

June 2018 Tropical Storm or Hurricane Impact Forecast

This is your official tropical storm and hurricane forecast for June 2018 across the United States and SoCal (Socal is not on the graphic but is the wording) based off the current pattern outlook… if you’re in Southern California.. also look at this. Welcome to National Weather Force, a division of Southern California Weather Force.  Regardless of what you may […]

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First Tropical Impact:  Tropical Storm Alberto To Hit Florida Coast Through Monday; NWF Tornado Watch Issued

First Tropical Impact: Tropical Storm Alberto To Hit Florida Coast Through Monday; NWF Tornado Watch Issued

Tropical Storm Alberto is due into the Florida Coast on the final landfall impact and my first tornado watch has gone out, which is long duration.  Read on for details. Tropical Storm Alberto is streaming northward into the Gulf of Mexico as we speak.  He’ll bring the arm-band across the Florida Peninsula overnight tonight and into your Monday.  Strong southeasterly […]

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch

Severe Thunderstorm Watch

NationalWeatherForce.com has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for the Western half of Oregon and Washington ... effective now through tonight ... Issued:  5/4/17 at 12:10pm PT A potent upper level low in the Pacific is approaching the area.  Already lifting associated with the upper divergent part of it is popping cells along the Oregon Coast.  Expansion of coverage through all [...] Read more ›
Snowfall Forecast For Oregon Tonight Through Wednesday

Snowfall Forecast For Oregon Tonight Through Wednesday

A winter storm is set to hit the state, with Portland possibly seeing more snow than forecast due to lower dewpoints adding to higher snow ratios.  Images here are valid from now through Wednesday.

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Snow and Ice:  Indiana and Ohio Through Tuesday

Snow and Ice: Indiana and Ohio Through Tuesday

Snow and ice are set to briefly hit Ohio and Indiana on Tuesday.  The maps inside shows what is being thought for the final forecast … read on for details … Northern half of both Ohio and Indiana (minus Far NW IN) will see 1-3″ of snowfall between tonight and Tuesday evening.  Ice accumulation below the 1″ snowfall forecast would […]

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Snow and Ice Storm To Impact Pacific Northwest This Weekend

Snow and Ice Storm To Impact Pacific Northwest This Weekend

The start of the California Pineapple Express starts tomorrow (Saturday) and the Pacific Northwest remains cold enough for snow and ice across Oregon and Washington.  Read on for details … The system is lifting northward and this lifting will make an over-running snow and ice event in both states this weekend and into Monday.  Ice storm level event is going […]

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BREAKING NEWS: California’s ‘Ark-storm’ To Hit; Predicted Back In August!

BREAKING NEWS: California’s ‘Ark-storm’ To Hit; Predicted Back In August!

The state of California for the most part will bit hit with massive storm systems that will bring feet of snow to the Sierras and a year’s worth of ‘Seattle Rainfall’ to the valleys of Central and Northern California, with Southern California at the tail-end of the action.  Keep in mind this was predicted boldly back in August 2016 so […]

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Weekend Carolina Snow Threat Looms

Weekend Carolina Snow Threat Looms

A potent storm system is set to hit the Southeastern United States, including the Carolinas this weekend … bringing snowfall.  Read on for details. The storm system at the current time is crossing the Pacific Northwest, bringing snowfall to parts of Washington and Oregon this morning.   As the system dives further southeast it’ll bring colder air with it as it […]

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