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NWS Los Angeles 3h
Snow on north slopes and winds today.
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NWS Los Angeles 15h
Replying to @GiinaRomantica
Just heard that the clouds are too thick in Thousand Oaks as well.
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NWS Los Angeles 16h
Good lunar eclipse viewing from the NWS office in Oxnard, even with low overcast not far away.
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NWS Los Angeles 16h
Gusty NW-N winds tonight-Monday with strongest winds in the mtns and Antelope Valley where gusts 50-60 mph can be expected. Then winds shift to the NE Mon night-Tue with the focus across LA/Ventura counties.
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NWS Los Angeles 19h
There won't be much snow at Mt. High, most will be on the north slopes near the Kern Co. line.
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NWS Los Angeles 19h
Replying to @bruffey
Good luck! Best chance of clearing should be over Ventura and interior LA County later this evening...
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NWS Los Angeles 19h
Snow on the Grapevine late tonight into Mon! An inside slider storm will bring light rain to the with snow on the north mountain slopes over 3500 feet. Drive carefully, be ready for winter driving conds! The morning commute will be affected!
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NWS Los Angeles 19h
Replying to @bruffey
The darker blue indicates clearing, I should have explained that. I think overall it will be hard to get a good view unfortunately
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NWS Los Angeles 19h
The eclipse will occur between 6:37-11:48 PM this evening. This loop from our Ntnl Blend Model shows variable cloud cover (both high clouds & low clouds near the coast).
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NWS Los Angeles 20h
Replying to @billmeco
Good idea, sorry did not see this earlier.
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NWS Los Angeles 21h
Elevated surf & unusually high tides will continue through Tuesday morning in many areas, except for the SBA S. Coast. Strong expected in many areas.
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NWS Los Angeles Jan 19
Strong winds and snow showers could make for difficult driving conditions across the north facing mountain slopes, including I-5 near . Snow levels expected to lower to between 3500-4000 feet on Mon, with a dusting to 1 inch accumulation on the .
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NWS Los Angeles Jan 19
Chance of light rain showers across portions of SW Calif Sun night-Mon morning, mainly SBA/SLO counties and north facing mountain slopes. Rainfall amounts generally less than 0.10 inches with locally up to 0.20 inches on north facing slopes.
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NWS Los Angeles Jan 19
Gusty W-NW winds for the AV, and NW-N winds for the SBA-LA mountains and the SBA South Coast late Sun evening- late Mon evening as an inside slider grazes the area.
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NWS Los Angeles Jan 19
Elevated surf will continue on exposed west facing beaches through Monday. The main hazard will be strong - use caution in/near the ocean!
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NWS Los Angeles Jan 19
These are perfect, thank you!! Much appreciated!
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NWS Los Angeles Jan 18
Replying to @LHSLASD
LASD may we use the photo on the left for our graphics? This sadly is a good example of the rockslides we warn about in our forecasts. We always use photo credits.
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NWS Los Angeles Jan 18
Thanks !
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NWS Los Angeles Jan 18
Thank you :)
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NWS Los Angeles Jan 18
Replying to @LACoLifeguards
Great pictures, can we use these photos for our graphics - with LACoFD credits?
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