I received the following notice yesterday, and indications that the same conditions or close continue for at least today (3/28).
“Models project relatively strong shear at low and mid levels this afternoon, with decent instability (CAPE 500-1000) in eastern portions of the Valley. Early afternoon looks like the time when higher shear overlaps with higher instability. Be on the lookout for possible severe thunderstorms and funnel clouds as strong storms may develop. Call in reports on the spotter line, and also send your photos and videos on Twitter and Facebook. Do not email me spotter reports directly, as I will not be closely monitoring it for reports.”
Any assistance (Skywarn protocol) would be appreciated.
I will continue to monitor.
The potential for isolated thunderstorms continues into this evening. Heavy rain, small hail, gusty winds and funnel clouds are possible. Use caution driving during the evening commute and allow extra travel time. #CAwxpic.twitter.com/rkY2tChq1r