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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
244 PM PDT Wed Aug 16 2017

ECC029-171545-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
244 PM PDT Wed Aug 16 2017

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

An upper level trough brought a deep marine layer and continued
cooler than normal temperatures to the region today. Gusty onshore
winds will continue through this evening across the mountains and
Antelope Valley, especially through the Highway 14 corridor.  A weak
upper level high pressure system will build across the district
Thursday into Friday leading to a shrinking marine layer depth. This
will result in a more significant warming and drying trend across
interior areas, along with weaker winds. Another upper level low
pressure system is expected to develop off the coast early next
week, bringing a deeper marine layer pattern along with a cooling
trend.


...Discussion from Monterey...

An upper level ridge will build over the district  bringing a daily
warming trend through Friday. Temperatures will  then level off this
weekend as the ridge weakens. Night and morning fog and low clouds
will prevail along the coast and near the bays.

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



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ECC028-171545-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
244 PM PDT Wed Aug 16 2017


An upper level trough brought a deep marine layer and continued
cooler than normal temperatures to the region today. Gusty onshore
winds will continue through this evening across the mountains and
Antelope Valley, especially through the Highway 14 corridor.  A weak
upper level high pressure system will build across the district
Thursday into Friday leading to a shrinking marine layer depth. This
will result in a more significant warming and drying trend across
interior areas, along with weaker winds. Another upper level low
pressure system is expected to develop off the coast early next
week, bringing a deeper marine layer pattern along with a cooling
trend.


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ECC031-171545-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
244 PM PDT Wed Aug 16 2017


An upper level trough brought a deep marine layer and continued
cooler than normal temperatures to the region today. Gusty onshore
winds will continue through this evening across the mountains and
Antelope Valley, especially through the Highway 14 corridor.  A weak
upper level high pressure system will build across the district
Thursday into Friday leading to a shrinking marine layer depth. This
will result in a more significant warming and drying trend across
interior areas, along with weaker winds. Another upper level low
pressure system is expected to develop off the coast early next
week, bringing a deeper marine layer pattern along with a cooling
trend.


$$

ECC024-171545-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
244 PM PDT Wed Aug 16 2017


An upper level trough brought a deep marine layer and continued
cooler than normal temperatures to the region today. Gusty onshore
winds will continue through this evening across the mountains and
Antelope Valley, especially through the Highway 14 corridor.  A weak
upper level high pressure system will build across the district
Thursday into Friday leading to a shrinking marine layer depth. This
will result in a more significant warming and drying trend across
interior areas, along with weaker winds. Another upper level low
pressure system is expected to develop off the coast early next
week, bringing a deeper marine layer pattern along with a cooling
trend.


$$

ECC032-171545-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
244 PM PDT Wed Aug 16 2017


An upper level trough brought a deep marine layer and continued
cooler than normal temperatures to the region today. Gusty onshore
winds will continue through this evening across the mountains and
Antelope Valley, especially through the Highway 14 corridor.  A weak
upper level high pressure system will build across the district
Thursday into Friday leading to a shrinking marine layer depth. This
will result in a more significant warming and drying trend across
interior areas, along with weaker winds. Another upper level low
pressure system is expected to develop off the coast early next
week, bringing a deeper marine layer pattern along with a cooling
trend.


$$

ECC030-171545-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
244 PM PDT Wed Aug 16 2017


An upper level trough brought a deep marine layer and continued
cooler than normal temperatures to the region today. Gusty onshore
winds will continue through this evening across the mountains and
Antelope Valley, especially through the Highway 14 corridor.  A weak
upper level high pressure system will build across the district
Thursday into Friday leading to a shrinking marine layer depth. This
will result in a more significant warming and drying trend across
interior areas, along with weaker winds. Another upper level low
pressure system is expected to develop off the coast early next
week, bringing a deeper marine layer pattern along with a cooling
trend.


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