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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
323 PM PDT Sun Jun 25 2017

ECC029-261630-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
323 PM PDT Sun Jun 25 2017

...Discussion from Los Angeles/Oxnard...

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR AREAS THROUGH
TUESDAY...

...LOCAL CRITICAL CONDITIONS LIKELY FOR THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY
INTERIOR MOUNTAINS AND THE ANTELOPE VALLEY WESTERN FOOTHILLS EACH
AFTERNOON TO EARLY EVENING THROUGH TUESDAY...

An upper level ridge of high pressure over Southern California will
begin to weaken Monday, then move east by Tuesday with a weak upper
level trough moving into the region through mid week. This will
bring a slow cooling trend to the area, with temperatures dropping
4 to 6 degrees by Monday over interior areas. Further cooling is
expected  by Tuesday with highs over interior areas in the upper 90s
to near 100 degrees. Minimum humidities in the teens and single
digits are  expected to continue over the mountains and interior
sections during the period...although with very slight increases
likely Monday and again on Tuesday. Gusty west to northwest winds
can be expected  during the afternoon to early evening hours through
Tuesday...likely strongest on Monday. Elevated fire weather concerns
will exist  through the period, with critical fire weather
conditions possible at times especially in the afternoon and early
evening hours. These  critical conditions should be of short
duration...persisting less  than 6 hours during the later afternoon
through early evening hours.

Over the coastal and adjacent valley areas, a shallow marine layer
will allow for somewhat cooler conditions over the coasts of Los
Angeles and Ventura Counties and the Central Coast. The Santa
Barbara South Coast will see highs in the 70s to mid 80s due to
downslope northerly flow. Moderate Sundowner winds are expected
tonight  through Monday, which will result in elevated concerns for
Santa  Barbara County especially this evening when conditions will
be  hottest and driest.

Wednesday through Friday...the weak trough over the West Coast along
with a deepening marine layer will bring a cooling trend to the area
along with increasing night to morning low clouds and fog. By Friday
overnight low clouds are likely to spread inland to the lower
mountain slopes.


...Discussion from Monterey...

Gradual cooling will continue through Monday over  the district as
an upper level trough passes over northern  California. Temperatures
are forecast to warm a few degrees for  Wednesday and Thursday.
Aside the isolated coastal drizzle, no  precipitation is forecast
for the next 7 days.

Note : All winds are 20-foot Winds Unless otherwise specified.
Thunderstorms imply strong, gusty and erratic winds.



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ECC028-261630-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
323 PM PDT Sun Jun 25 2017

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR AREAS THROUGH
TUESDAY...

...LOCAL CRITICAL CONDITIONS LIKELY FOR THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY
INTERIOR MOUNTAINS AND THE ANTELOPE VALLEY WESTERN FOOTHILLS EACH
AFTERNOON TO EARLY EVENING THROUGH TUESDAY...

An upper level ridge of high pressure over Southern California will
begin to weaken Monday, then move east by Tuesday with a weak upper
level trough moving into the region through mid week. This will
bring a slow cooling trend to the area, with temperatures dropping
4 to 6 degrees by Monday over interior areas. Further cooling is
expected  by Tuesday with highs over interior areas in the upper 90s
to near 100 degrees. Minimum humidities in the teens and single
digits are  expected to continue over the mountains and interior
sections during the period...although with very slight increases
likely Monday and again on Tuesday. Gusty west to northwest winds
can be expected  during the afternoon to early evening hours through
Tuesday...likely strongest on Monday. Elevated fire weather concerns
will exist  through the period, with critical fire weather
conditions possible at times especially in the afternoon and early
evening hours. These  critical conditions should be of short
duration...persisting less  than 6 hours during the later afternoon
through early evening hours.

Over the coastal and adjacent valley areas, a shallow marine layer
will allow for somewhat cooler conditions over the coasts of Los
Angeles and Ventura Counties and the Central Coast. The Santa
Barbara South Coast will see highs in the 70s to mid 80s due to
downslope northerly flow. Moderate Sundowner winds are expected
tonight  through Monday, which will result in elevated concerns for
Santa  Barbara County especially this evening when conditions will
be  hottest and driest.

Wednesday through Friday...the weak trough over the West Coast along
with a deepening marine layer will bring a cooling trend to the area
along with increasing night to morning low clouds and fog. By Friday
overnight low clouds are likely to spread inland to the lower
mountain slopes.


$$

ECC031-261630-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
323 PM PDT Sun Jun 25 2017

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR AREAS THROUGH
TUESDAY...

...LOCAL CRITICAL CONDITIONS LIKELY FOR THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY
INTERIOR MOUNTAINS AND THE ANTELOPE VALLEY WESTERN FOOTHILLS EACH
AFTERNOON TO EARLY EVENING THROUGH TUESDAY...

An upper level ridge of high pressure over Southern California will
begin to weaken Monday, then move east by Tuesday with a weak upper
level trough moving into the region through mid week. This will
bring a slow cooling trend to the area, with temperatures dropping
4 to 6 degrees by Monday over interior areas. Further cooling is
expected  by Tuesday with highs over interior areas in the upper 90s
to near 100 degrees. Minimum humidities in the teens and single
digits are  expected to continue over the mountains and interior
sections during the period...although with very slight increases
likely Monday and again on Tuesday. Gusty west to northwest winds
can be expected  during the afternoon to early evening hours through
Tuesday...likely strongest on Monday. Elevated fire weather concerns
will exist  through the period, with critical fire weather
conditions possible at times especially in the afternoon and early
evening hours. These  critical conditions should be of short
duration...persisting less  than 6 hours during the later afternoon
through early evening hours.

Over the coastal and adjacent valley areas, a shallow marine layer
will allow for somewhat cooler conditions over the coasts of Los
Angeles and Ventura Counties and the Central Coast. The Santa
Barbara South Coast will see highs in the 70s to mid 80s due to
downslope northerly flow. Moderate Sundowner winds are expected
tonight  through Monday, which will result in elevated concerns for
Santa  Barbara County especially this evening when conditions will
be  hottest and driest.

Wednesday through Friday...the weak trough over the West Coast along
with a deepening marine layer will bring a cooling trend to the area
along with increasing night to morning low clouds and fog. By Friday
overnight low clouds are likely to spread inland to the lower
mountain slopes.


$$

ECC024-261630-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
323 PM PDT Sun Jun 25 2017

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR AREAS THROUGH
TUESDAY...

...LOCAL CRITICAL CONDITIONS LIKELY FOR THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY
INTERIOR MOUNTAINS AND THE ANTELOPE VALLEY WESTERN FOOTHILLS EACH
AFTERNOON TO EARLY EVENING THROUGH TUESDAY...

An upper level ridge of high pressure over Southern California will
begin to weaken Monday, then move east by Tuesday with a weak upper
level trough moving into the region through mid week. This will
bring a slow cooling trend to the area, with temperatures dropping
4 to 6 degrees by Monday over interior areas. Further cooling is
expected  by Tuesday with highs over interior areas in the upper 90s
to near 100 degrees. Minimum humidities in the teens and single
digits are  expected to continue over the mountains and interior
sections during the period...although with very slight increases
likely Monday and again on Tuesday. Gusty west to northwest winds
can be expected  during the afternoon to early evening hours through
Tuesday...likely strongest on Monday. Elevated fire weather concerns
will exist  through the period, with critical fire weather
conditions possible at times especially in the afternoon and early
evening hours. These  critical conditions should be of short
duration...persisting less  than 6 hours during the later afternoon
through early evening hours.

Over the coastal and adjacent valley areas, a shallow marine layer
will allow for somewhat cooler conditions over the coasts of Los
Angeles and Ventura Counties and the Central Coast. The Santa
Barbara South Coast will see highs in the 70s to mid 80s due to
downslope northerly flow. Moderate Sundowner winds are expected
tonight  through Monday, which will result in elevated concerns for
Santa  Barbara County especially this evening when conditions will
be  hottest and driest.

Wednesday through Friday...the weak trough over the West Coast along
with a deepening marine layer will bring a cooling trend to the area
along with increasing night to morning low clouds and fog. By Friday
overnight low clouds are likely to spread inland to the lower
mountain slopes.


$$

ECC032-261630-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
323 PM PDT Sun Jun 25 2017

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR AREAS THROUGH
TUESDAY...

...LOCAL CRITICAL CONDITIONS LIKELY FOR THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY
INTERIOR MOUNTAINS AND THE ANTELOPE VALLEY WESTERN FOOTHILLS EACH
AFTERNOON TO EARLY EVENING THROUGH TUESDAY...

An upper level ridge of high pressure over Southern California will
begin to weaken Monday, then move east by Tuesday with a weak upper
level trough moving into the region through mid week. This will
bring a slow cooling trend to the area, with temperatures dropping
4 to 6 degrees by Monday over interior areas. Further cooling is
expected  by Tuesday with highs over interior areas in the upper 90s
to near 100 degrees. Minimum humidities in the teens and single
digits are  expected to continue over the mountains and interior
sections during the period...although with very slight increases
likely Monday and again on Tuesday. Gusty west to northwest winds
can be expected  during the afternoon to early evening hours through
Tuesday...likely strongest on Monday. Elevated fire weather concerns
will exist  through the period, with critical fire weather
conditions possible at times especially in the afternoon and early
evening hours. These  critical conditions should be of short
duration...persisting less  than 6 hours during the later afternoon
through early evening hours.

Over the coastal and adjacent valley areas, a shallow marine layer
will allow for somewhat cooler conditions over the coasts of Los
Angeles and Ventura Counties and the Central Coast. The Santa
Barbara South Coast will see highs in the 70s to mid 80s due to
downslope northerly flow. Moderate Sundowner winds are expected
tonight  through Monday, which will result in elevated concerns for
Santa  Barbara County especially this evening when conditions will
be  hottest and driest.

Wednesday through Friday...the weak trough over the West Coast along
with a deepening marine layer will bring a cooling trend to the area
along with increasing night to morning low clouds and fog. By Friday
overnight low clouds are likely to spread inland to the lower
mountain slopes.


$$

ECC030-261630-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
323 PM PDT Sun Jun 25 2017

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR AREAS THROUGH
TUESDAY...

...LOCAL CRITICAL CONDITIONS LIKELY FOR THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY
INTERIOR MOUNTAINS AND THE ANTELOPE VALLEY WESTERN FOOTHILLS EACH
AFTERNOON TO EARLY EVENING THROUGH TUESDAY...

An upper level ridge of high pressure over Southern California will
begin to weaken Monday, then move east by Tuesday with a weak upper
level trough moving into the region through mid week. This will
bring a slow cooling trend to the area, with temperatures dropping
4 to 6 degrees by Monday over interior areas. Further cooling is
expected  by Tuesday with highs over interior areas in the upper 90s
to near 100 degrees. Minimum humidities in the teens and single
digits are  expected to continue over the mountains and interior
sections during the period...although with very slight increases
likely Monday and again on Tuesday. Gusty west to northwest winds
can be expected  during the afternoon to early evening hours through
Tuesday...likely strongest on Monday. Elevated fire weather concerns
will exist  through the period, with critical fire weather
conditions possible at times especially in the afternoon and early
evening hours. These  critical conditions should be of short
duration...persisting less  than 6 hours during the later afternoon
through early evening hours.

Over the coastal and adjacent valley areas, a shallow marine layer
will allow for somewhat cooler conditions over the coasts of Los
Angeles and Ventura Counties and the Central Coast. The Santa
Barbara South Coast will see highs in the 70s to mid 80s due to
downslope northerly flow. Moderate Sundowner winds are expected
tonight  through Monday, which will result in elevated concerns for
Santa  Barbara County especially this evening when conditions will
be  hottest and driest.

Wednesday through Friday...the weak trough over the West Coast along
with a deepening marine layer will bring a cooling trend to the area
along with increasing night to morning low clouds and fog. By Friday
overnight low clouds are likely to spread inland to the lower
mountain slopes.


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