Dec 15, 2014
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A picture of Big Bear from a local webcam after their first measurable snowfall of the 2014/2015 wet season on the morning of 11/21/14. The Big Bear region reported anywhere from 1-4" of snow with the highest totals occurring on the south shore of the lake up near the resorts at and above 7000ft, especially in the neighborhood of Moonridge. Big bear did see some snow during the Halloween storm but it only amounted to a dusting at lake level despite it snowing fopr several hours the ground was too warm, the resorts did manage to see 1" during that storm at and above the 7500ft level, with So Cals highest mountain peaks seeing anywhere from 6-18" above 10,00ft, which for up there made it one of the top 10 largest October snow storms on record, with the two biggest October snow storms both occurring in 2004, with one in mid October and one two days before Halloween, which both dropped upwards of 4ft of snow at the 10,00ft level!.
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**Forecast:Monday, December,15th, 2014, 12:00am**
Looks like a prolonged period of stormy and cold weather wiwi affect us this week with several storm systems headed to the region. Today look for a nice start but clouds will be on the increase in the afternoon and evening as our first storm nears the region. Highs continued below normal with 50s/60s west of mtns and 40s in mtns. Our first storm system shoujf begin spreading rain into the region early Tuesday morning with a wet rush hour in store for all areas. Latest computer rubs are coming in a bit stronger with this system with s one moderate and even heavy rain possible through the afternoon. Coiukd even be a couple thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon behind the cold front. Rainfall amounts with thus first front about .35-1.00" west if mtns, 1-3" in foothills and mtns below snow level. Amounts will variable due to t storm potential. Snow wise, snow levels start near 7000ft when precip arrives but quickly fall to 5500ft by mid Tuesday morning. Look for 4-8"+ of snow abv 6000ft, with highest amounts at and above 7000ft, about 1-3" May fall down to 5500ft.
The second system looks to arrive Wednesday and is looking pretty string st this pt, comparable to our last storm if not stronger and much colder. There is a sisignificant t storm threat with this system and we found see a widespread t storm outbreak across the region Wednesday afternoon abd evening with some sever storms possible. Flooding will be possible, as well as hail and isolated tornadoes. Rainfall amounts Wednesday through Thursday am look like 1-2" west of mtns and 3-6"+ below snow level in mtns. Snow will be a major impact with this storm with snow levels starting near 5500ft budropping to 4000ft Wednesday evening affecting the grapevine and Cajon pass. Overall 8-16"+ of snow looks likely abv 5500ft, with 3-6" as low as 4500ft, this includes the San Diego mtns.
Skies should clear out Thursday for a cold nice day with highs remaining in 50s west of mtns and 30s in the mountains. Could be frost advisories in valley s Friday morning with lows around Freezing and nearing 0 in Bug Bear. It looks like a weak storm may be possible Saturday with a fewshowers at this pt, but that could change. Stay updated for latest!
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