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2/22/05 FCST: S. CAL

Brian Press

Yet another round. Lifted indicies forecast to -3 and capes to 500 here in the LA Basin. Plenty of Shear. Here we go again.

ISOLATED STRONG/SEVERE STORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE OVER SOUTHERN CA TODAY...SPREADING INTO SOUTHWEST A TONIGHT.
 
Also, with the sun out, daytime heating will aid development across the area. All ready a few towers out over Orange county, and one i just saw had a non rotating wall cloud north of Dana Point for a few minutes. Shear is visible in the developing clouds.
 
updadte:
SPC now has a tornado watch up for southern california with a probobility of mini supercells.
1km sat. shows a developing line of storms in a -4 Liftid index bullseye.
 
Send it over to Phoenix when you're done :) I'll add it to the lightning I saw lastnight and the hail that finished just now in Tempe.
 
its 1:05 pacific time
in south orange county we are covered by moisture and the main cell is hard to locate (perhaps a sizeable tower over newport beach) - small blue sky available for convection only to the south around camp pendelton
unknown target area
surface temps 59 degrees humidity 94%
 
Spacial marine warning for offshore dana point saying line of thunderstorms with waterspouts. Nothing visible yet, but are possible in the rain where there is no visiblility.
Bill Mudd, where excactly are u located. Im in southern san clemente off Calafia exit just befor the county line.
 
just returned from the domes and got rained out - and the convection we found dissipated at 3:00 pm pacific time (anviled for a period)
most firing appears to be at islands - will pursue water spout possiblities at dp harbor - ground temps 54 degrees 100 humidity 29.82 barometer steady
my location laguna niguel
 
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