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news from our chapters Sant a Barbara-Ventura just offshore of Southern California. The fourth meeting of the 1988-89 season was held On 7 February, cold air over the Great Basin flowed into the deserts of Southern California. This on 16 March 1989. Our guest speaker was Charles produced a "mesodome" of cold air over the Ante- Pike, a meteorologist with the U.S. Corp of Engineers. lope Valley (elevation: 3,200 feet). This cold, dense The title of his presentation was "Weather Forecasting for the 8 February Snowstorm in Southern California." air mass flowed southerly and southwesterly from the Antelope Valley, toward lower elevations, through Pike gave an informal presentation on the synoptic Newhall Pass. Subsequently, the upper level trough and mesoscale weather patterns that produced snow- off the Southern California Coast brought warm moist fall in several areas of Southern California on 8 air inland, from the Southwest. This led to a situation February 1989. In January 1989, a strong, stagnant where the warm moist air overran the colder air mass surface ridge of high pressure was centered over that was trapped in several valleys, canyons, and Alaska. This high pressure ridge produced a record mountain passes that were located to the north and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Sant a Barbara-Ventura just offshore of Southern California. The fourth meeting of the 1988-89 season was held On 7 February, cold air over the Great Basin flowed into the deserts of Southern California. This on 16 March 1989. Our guest speaker was Charles produced a "mesodome" of cold air over the Ante- Pike, a meteorologist with the U.S. Corp of Engineers. lope Valley (elevation: 3,200 feet). This cold, dense The title of his presentation was "Weather Forecasting for the 8 February Snowstorm in Southern California." air mass flowed southerly and southwesterly from the Antelope Valley, toward lower elevations, through Pike gave an informal presentation on the synoptic Newhall Pass. Subsequently, the upper level trough and mesoscale weather patterns that produced snow- off the Southern California Coast brought warm moist fall in several areas of Southern California on 8 air inland, from the Southwest. This led to a situation February 1989. In January 1989, a strong, stagnant where the warm moist air overran the colder air mass surface ridge of high pressure was centered over that was trapped in several valleys, canyons, and Alaska. This high pressure ridge produced a record mountain passes that were located to the north and

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Published: Aug 1, 1989

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