Mar 08, 2014
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Around a foot of snow fell in Fawnskin and other parts around Big Bear as seen in this photon taken on March 1st by Roger Vieau.
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**Forecast:Saturday, March, 8th, 2014, 12:00am:**
Warmer today and Sunday as weak offshore flow and a strong ridge of high pressure will result in warm spring like temperatures under sunny skies with highs a good 10-15 degrees above normal west of the mountains, in the upper 70s and lower 80s all the way to the coast. A few records may be neared, or broken, mainly near the cost, but i think overall very few will be broken as March record highs are mostly in the 90s. In the mountains very minor cold air advection will keep highs in the 50s and 60s, still a good 5-10 degrees above normal. Lows at night will be cooler Saturday and Sunday nights due to dry air in place with upper 30s and 40s west of the mountains and upper 10s and 20s in the mountains. A trough of low pressure and cold front will bring a rapid cool down Monday and Tuesday with rain going by to our north in northern and central California, which the past week as seen a pretty consistent weak wave of storms which continues to slowly raise the Sierra snow pack which is good news for the whole state despite it staing dry down here. The onshore winds and marine layer will rampe up Monday evening into Tuesday morning, possibly even generating some drizzle west of the mountains. Highs will drop back to near normal west of the mountains with middle 60s to the lower 70s, but in the mountains Monday where onshore winds wont reach temperatures will remain in the 50s and 60s. Following the cold front a burst of moderate Santa Ana winds will follow sometime Tuesday into Wednesday. This will warm things up a bit once again west of the mountains but not quite as warm as this weekend as there will be more cold air advection to work with with highs back in the 70s overall. In the mountains cold air advection from the widnds will actually drop temperatures to near or a bit below normal Tuesday and Wednesday with middle 40s and 50s overall.
Yet another strong ridge of high pressure will follow for the second half of next week into next weekend with more warm spring like weather with highs bouncing back up into the 70s and 80s west of the mountains, a good 10-15 degrees above normal once again. Looking into the long range, their continues to be indications of a rapid change in the warm and dry weather sometime between the 20th and 23rd of the month. Computer sshow a very cold arctic blast of air and back sliding colds fronts dropping down from Canada and into the west during this time frame that for one will bring some very cold temperatures for early spring, and two could bring a couple shots of rain and low elevation snow, but of course this is still a very long ways out and may or may not happen, but at least there is some hope at the moment for at least a couple more shots of rain and snow by the end of the month.
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