Jul 07, 2014
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A lifting tornado that briefly touched the ground over the Lake Elsinore Convergence zone(near highway 74) back in Summer of 2012 during a super cell thunderstorm. This tornado if it had fully materialized could of been one of the strongest landfalls ever recorded in California as it had a rotating wall cloud. Photo courtesy of site owner Michael Mojarro.
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**Forecast: Tuesday, July, 8th, 2014, 12:00am**
Were going to see an ever so slight cool down the next couple days as high pressure backs off a bit and onshore flow increases with the marine layer returning for the coast and coastal valleys. Highs will be near or just a tad below normal for this time of year with 80s and 90s inland, and 70s and 80s for the coast, coastal valleys and mountains, and typical 100-110 in the lower deserts. The monsoonal flow is a little unpredictable today through the end of the week as we are going to be on the edge of it. There will be just enough moisture this afternoon for a very slight chance of an isolated thunderstorm over the mountains, mainly in the San Bernardino mountains, with dry lightning being the main concern. Computers continue to advertise a slight increase in moisture Wednesday into Thursday for a bit better of a chance of storms over our mountains as well as the low deserts, especially for area east of the Coachella valley. Any storms that form could have some heavy rain, lighting, hail and strong winds. Storm chances drop off again Thursday into Friday but I still think there will be just enough moisture for a cell or two to possibly form over the mountains and deserts, but things could remain dry Best chances will be in the eastern low deserts of Riverside and Imperial Counties.
High pressure begins to build back in towards the end of the week into the weekend with temps rising again back to slightly above normal, with highs Friday in the 90s to near 100 inland, 70s and 80s for the coast and mountains, and typical 100s in the deserts. It appears there may be another push of monsoon moisture by Saturday or Sunday for another increase in storms chances over our mountains and deserts.
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