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Thunderstorms and pockets of Heavy Rain are falling within the Big Bear Valley. Here is a photo of a downpour taking place on Big Bear North Shore near Stanfield Cutoff. Photo taken from Bear Mountain Ski Resort. Its VERY active out there as of 12:45PM......





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Tue Sep 03 2019, 12:57PM

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Wow - that is a great picture!!
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It was so great I shared it!😃
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Great pic!!

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Mostly on the north shore. Here by Butcher's Block, we got a few drops from that one. Great shot though.

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I’m pretty sure that one went over us. We were at the shooting areas out past Camp whittle and had a good 30-35 minutes of huge downpour lots of thunder close lightning and even hail. It was a good show for sure and it was nice to get all that water into the forest. It did rain us out of shooting for the day though.
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On another note after the thunderstorm passed by there was a dark gray/black helicopter flying around out there appeared to have one of those long, is it a fuel nozzle, sticking straight out the front of it. Would that kind of helicopter be doing reconnaissance for lightning strike fires? Or were they out there doing something else?
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There were 3 small fires, likely started by lightning, this afternoon around the Big Bear area.


  • Loaf Fire on the north side of Sugarloaf Mountain: 2 trees involved, small amount of ground fire, surrounded by rocks.


  • Bertha Fire near Bertha Peak: single tree involved.


  • Dusen Fire above Van Dusen Canyon Road: 1/10 of an acre burned.


Forest Service fire personnel are on scene of all 3 small fires.

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Benny ⭐
Nov 17 : 10:28am
Doohickey, when I lived out by you, I recorded some of the coldest temperature I've experienced just a couple hundred feet below you, Baldwin is almost always colder than everyone. Because of your elevation, being that high up you're probably feeling the affects of the inversion!

Craig ⭐
Nov 17 : 09:55am
Happy Birthday KJC! I had a period in the 80s where I had a metal detector. It was fun but I can't say I found anything very exciting. Was at the beach so maybe not the right place

echofox
Nov 17 : 09:28am
Happy Birthday KJC!

kjc
Nov 17 : 08:54am
Doo-That little breeze is warming things up most likely because it is my Birthday. Taking my Grandson to church today because he asked to go-3 years old. Going to start taking him on some hikes he seems ready to go, get him into running early. I bought a metal detector-we are going to have some great times together.. I'm 67 today, Have a great Day!

Socalman
Nov 17 : 08:30am
Good morning everyone. Have a great day!

doo·hick·ey
Nov 17 : 06:29am
So weird. My WX [Click Here]

doo·hick·ey
Nov 17 : 06:26am
G'morning, why at East Baldwin, at times, it is so much warmer? I have a 1/2 dozen other outdoor temp gauges strategically placed and couple of 1" full opened water bottles, that are shaked if not frozen. We froze yesterday night, winds were from the NE mostly all night.

Craig ⭐
Nov 17 : 12:09am
Highly unlikely QuantumBear. Unless something changes I don't think there will be enough snowmaking hours to have anything ready by this weekend.

QuantumBear
Nov 16 : 09:55pm
skiing next Saturday ?
looks like good blowing weather coming plus a shot from nature, hmm.

army police
Nov 16 : 09:36pm
thank you carter

Carter
Nov 16 : 09:33pm
Hopefully you guys get a good snow!

army police
Nov 16 : 09:26pm
hello everybody

Benny ⭐
Nov 16 : 08:58pm
Thanks, you too!!!!

bernermom
Nov 16 : 08:51pm
Thank you Benny....you speak and it happens....just like magic!!!! Have a great Sunday.

Benny ⭐
Nov 16 : 08:15pm
Yes Berner! This is the kind of storm that may drop more rain down your way. But everyone should get some decent precipitation!



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