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HOW DOES THE LATEST ALERTS BOX WORK?
The Alert Box in the left hand menu is both an automated and manually controlled area where alerts of interest appear. See the descriptions below on what the alert icons mean.


The Earthquake Alert displays when a 4.0 or greater earthquake has occured in Southern California or a 3.0 or greater in the San Bernardino Mountains. You can click on this image in the ALERTS box to be taken to the details of the earthquake which triggered this alert. This is a fully automated system which updates every 10 minutes.


The Weather Alert displays when there has been a watch or warning issued by the National Weather Service out of San Diego. This alert is currently covering the San Bernardino Mountains only. You can click on this icon to be taken to the current watches and warnings from the National Weather Service. This is a fully automated system which updates every 10 minutes.


The Incident alert is currently triggered by Socalmountains.com staff and reporters. If you see this icon in the LATEST ALERTS box, you can click on it to be taken to detailed information on the current incident. Incident alerts can be major fires, major accidents, or anything else of significance occuring in Southern California.


The Scanner Alert means that there are an unusually high number of people listening to the live Big Bear Scanner. This usually means something big is going on. Clicking on this alert Icon will bring up the Big Bear Live Scanner in a new window. This is an automated alert updated every 10 minutes.


The Road Alert means that one of the major roads leading into the San Bernardino Mountains has been impacted by a closure, chain requirements, or other incident. Clicking on this alert icon takes you to the details of the situation. This is an automated alert updated every 10 minutes.


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The Snowmaking On Alert means that local ski resorts in Big Bear Lake, CA are currently making snow. This is an automated alert that updates every 10 minutes.

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Posted on Monday 18 September 2006 - 16:19:54
 
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Socalman
Nov 17 : 08:02pm
How are conditions looking for blowing snow at the resorts? Currently the temp seems to be good but is the humidity too high?

Benny ⭐
Nov 17 : 07:46pm
Could be a little wet then berner but you should be fine. Not forecast to change to snow until later Wednesday! Be safe!

bernermom
Nov 17 : 07:34pm
Benny...have to go down early for Doctor on Wednesday and wondering if you have an idea when our mountain storm might move in....ie Tuesday Night? or if Wednesday what part of Wednesday...just ball park (LOL). Sorry to bother, but you do know your weather!!!!!

Billyjean
Nov 17 : 06:01pm
I'm guessing someone is?

cb5050
Nov 17 : 05:45pm
Two huskies

cb5050
Nov 17 : 05:36pm
North shore

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Nov 17 : 05:36pm
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cb5050
Nov 17 : 05:34pm
Anyone missing two dogs off division big bear city?

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Nov 17 : 05:27pm
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Quakes🦊
Nov 17 : 04:55pm
doo.hick.ey - That saying does sound pretty old, but it is great advice.

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Nov 17 : 04:04pm
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doo·hick·ey
Nov 17 : 12:50pm
My father had an ole saying..
"Don't sweat the mules, just load the wagon."
hah

Benny ⭐
Nov 17 : 12:14pm
Makes sense, nights should be a little warmer and days slightly cooler, all pretty normal! Once the suns comes up it mixes out the inversion pretty quick...

doo·hick·ey
Nov 17 : 11:49am
But 3 nights this week we've been warmer! None of my near empty (1") water bottles even froze at all. I most often wake before the sun 🌞, when usually it's the coldest. I thought wind coming from the NE (Johnson Valley) last night kept it from freezing here. I also have no radiant heat from rooftops so daytime temps ARE a few degs cooler.



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