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Strong NNorthWesterlies Aimed at Southern California

by Meteorologist, Kerry Anderson Springtime for Southern California is of course marked by flowers and blossoms like most locations but it also spells a return of the prevailing NorthWesterlies.  Mike Godsey detailed the formation of these winds a few weeks

Posted in Los Angeles, San Diego, Weather Blog

Leave the Meteorologist Home?

by Meteorologist, Kerry Anderson When I was in college there was a running joke with the other departments with regard to when to schedule their annual picnic.  It was said that if you wanted to have the best chance to

Posted in Los Angeles, San Diego, Weather Blog

Cold air and strong winds for Southern California

 by Meteorologist, Kerry Anderson Winds are steadily climbing across Southern California with high winds sweeping in from the north. And these speeds look to go even higher which is not the way things usually work with our winds.  Usually, at this time

Posted in Los Angeles, San Diego, Weather Blog

A River Runs Through Us

by Meteorologist Kerry Anderson We all know what a river looks like; a flow of liquid water encased by a bank of soil. Well there is another type of river that you need to know about this weekend if you live

Posted in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Weather Blog

Hell Hath No Fury Like Our Ocean’s Warmth

By Meteorologist Kerry Anderson My forecast shift at Weatherflow ended on a Tuesday.  Just 72 hours ago I made sure to check the Mexican Tropics to see if there was any possibility of a storm that might develop that could

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Kentucky Lake Incident 9/12/15

By WeatherFlow meteorologist Shea Gibson On Saturday, September 12, 2015, a friend of ours at iKitesurf named David Saunders had a kiteboarding accident on Kentucky Lake and was willing to share the story with us for educational purposes – very admirable I

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Is Your Name Eddy?

by Meteorologist Kerry Anderson This morning one of our spotters on Catalina Island took the following series of photographs of the marine layer and reported that from his position at Two Harbors that it appeared that the marine layer was

Posted in Columbia River Gorge, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Weather Blog

Oh Say Can You See

By Meteorologist Kerry Anderson Happy 4th of July everyone.  I am sure most of you spent the evening celebrating by watching a fireworks display.  This is what I saw this evening near my home here in Southern California.  After about

Posted in Los Angeles, San Diego, Weather Blog

Synoptic flow regime and the sea breeze

by meteorologist Nick Luchetti   In the summertime you’ll almost always see the forecasters at WeatherFlow mention in their forecasts the possibility for afternoon sea breeze development.  At first glance, the sea breeze appears to be a simple phenomenon, but

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We are Sensing Lake Effect Snow

by WeatherFlow Meteorologist Kerry Anderson We’ve all been watching for the last 72 hours as parts of Upstate New York are being buried under mounds of snow.  Nearly 36 inches have fallen in the past 72 hours.  While this has

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