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SNOW
22° / 10's
CLEARING & COLD
28° / 0's
PARTLY CLOUDY
37° / 10's
PM RAIN/SNOW
40° / 20's
SNOW
35° / 20's
CLEARING
37° / 0's
SUNNY
42° / 10's
Bensweather.com Forecast Updated: Sunday, Jan 24 @ 10:03pm *** WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT TONIGHT THROUGH MONDAY ***
Dealing with another very cold system sliding down the California coast with more wintry weather on tap to start the week off. A cold front moving into the area overnight will generate gusty winds with snow showers increasing, possibly heavy at times through Monday morning as the snow level lowers to around 2,000 feet. West to northwest winds 15-25mph with gusts near 35mph, making for areas of blowing & drifting snow in near blizzard-like conditions, very hazardous travel. Snow showers will continue off and on Monday, occasionally heavy with periodic breaks, a few thunderstorms(thundersnow) are also possible. Daytime temperatures will remain in the lower 20's driving wind chill values to near zero! Expect snowfall accumulations of around 6-12 inches, with isolated higher amounts possible. Will also be watching where low pressure ends up as it tracks through the region, which has the potential to draw in more wrap-around moisture, this could boost snowfall totals. Snow showers will taper off Monday night bringing another break in the weather for Tuesday. A weak system could brush the area Tuesday night or early Wednesday with a few snow showers, the big story will be another strong storm forecast to impact the area later this week. While there are still a lot of details to work out with this storm, it will likely draw in AR moisture which could drive the snow level up a bit, but should stay mostly snow at town and resort level where significant snowfall accumulations are likely. With extreme winter weather ahead, expect dangerous driving conditions with blizzard-like conditions possible this week, travel is not recommended! If you must, be prepared for rapidly changing weather and bring extra food, water, and warm clothing in case you become stuck and stranded, always carry tire chains!






























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Big Bear City, California (6,800ft.)
UPDATED @ 07:48 AM


Currently
overcast - heavy snow
Temperature: 22.3ºF
Winds: NNE @ 3 mph
Feels Like: 18ºF Humidity: 92%
Barometer: 29.756 & Steady
Dewpoint: 20.3ºF Wetbulb: 21.7ºF
Current UV Index: 0.0 Solar: 153
Rainfall Past Hour: 0.00"

Snow Storm Total: None


Today
High: 26.2ºF @ 4:36 AM Low: 22.2ºF @ 7:31 AM
Max Wind Gust: 25.3 mph @ 6:24 AM
Rain: 0.00" Snow: 0.00"
Sunrise: 6:48 am Sunset: 5:09 pm

Current Air Quality: Good
Current Fire Threat:
Low-Moderate

Yesterday
High: 34.8ºF @ 12:43 PM Low: 25.0ºF @ 5:34 AM
Max Wind Gust: 30.0 mph W @ 11:46 PM
Rain:0.36 "
Snow: 6"

Month
High: 66.0ºF 1/15 Low: 16.5ºF
1/12
Max Wind Gust: 29.9 mph
Rain: 0.49" Snow: 16"


Season
High: 66.0 °F on 1/15/2021 Low: 16.5 °F on 1/12/2021
Max Wind Gust: 30.0 mph on 1/22/2021
Rain: 0.49" Snow: 40" (Seasonal Average: 62")

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