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  • The Source - April 30, 2014
    A strong high-pressure ridge off the west coast brings significant warming to California through Friday. Southern California will also see very strong Santa Ana winds (30-50mph) over the next couple days. Record highs are possible with coastal temperatures in the mid to upper 80s with upper 90s expected in the interior valleys into Friday. Cooling trend begins over the weekend with a chance of rain early next week.
  • The Source - April 28, 2014
    A strong high-pressure ridge off the west coast rebuilds once again today, bringing a substantial warm up to the California this week. Record highs are possible mid week with coastal temperatures in the 70s to low 80s with mid 90s expected in the interior valleys into Friday.
  • The Source - April 23, 2014
    The high-pressure over the west coast rebuilds today in front of another approaching low pressure system. Slight chance of rain associated with this incoming system on Friday. Temperatures are expected to cool to the mid 60s near the coast with 70s in the warmest inland regions into the weekend. As these mostly dry low pressure systems will move into the region through the week with increasing marine layer and strong winds (20-35mph) with a slight chance of showers possible late this week.
  • The Source - April 21, 2014
    The high-pressure over the west coast begins to weaken today with a couple of approaching low pressure systems. Temperatures are expected to cool to the 50s to mid 60s near the coast with low 70s in the warmest inland regions into the weekend. These mostly dry low pressure systems will move into the region through the week with increasing marine layer and strong winds (20-35mph) with a slight chance of showers possible late this week.
  • The Source - April 16, 2014
    The high-pressure ridge over the west coast begins to weaken today with a couple of approaching low pressure systems. Temperatures are expected to remain in the 60s near the coast with low 80s possible in the inland regions into the weekend. These mostly dry low pressure systems will move into the region through the week with increasing marine layer and just a slight chance of showers late this week.
  • The Source - April 14, 2014
    The high-pressure ridge over the west coast begins to weaken today with a couple of approaching low pressure systems. Temperatures are expected to remain in the 60s near the coast with low 80s possible in the inland regions into the weekend. These mostly dry low pressure systems will move into the region through the week with increasing marine layer and just a slight chance of showers late this week.
  • The Source - April 9, 2014
    The high-pressure ridge over the west coast begins to weaken today with an approaching low pressure system. Temperatures are expected to reach the 60s near the coast with 80s possible in the inland regions into the weekend. The low pressure system moves into the region tonight with increasing marine layer and just a slight chance of showers late this week.
  • The Source - April 7, 2014
    As high pressure builds out west very strong winds (25-40mph) will impact much of California through Tuesday. In Southern California forecasts suggest winds gusting up to 80mph today. Temperatures will range in the 60s along the coast and mid 70s to low 80s in the inland valleys through the week. Freight:Freight:
  • The Source - April 2, 2014
    cold Pacific storm system moving through California today will bring moderate precipitation, winds and cooler temperatures to Central California with lighter accumulations to the south. This system will bring a chance of showers to Southern California and strong winds (25-45mph) in the desert locals. Temperatures will cool to the 50s to low 60s in Central California. Another weaker system will move through late this week with a chance of rain mainly to the north through Friday. Sharp warming trend over the weekend as a strong high-pressure ridge builds over the west coast.
  • The Outlook - April 1, 2014
    The West Coast is finally receiving some precipitation along with much needed snowfall in the mountains. The hope is and long range forecasts seem to indicate an opening of the storm track into California. These systems have been deflected to the north all winter season. The next system is due to arrive April 10 leading to a series of storms into the middle of April, let’s hope the forecast rings true.