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ECCDA Discussions
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
334 PM PDT Sat Sep 23 2017

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...Discussion from SFOFWFMTR...

A warming and drying trend is forecast to continue into early next
week as high pressure builds over California. Relative humidity
values will drop into the teens during the afternoon hours while
overnight humidity recoveries will only reach about 30 percent in
the hills. In addition, light to  moderate northerly or offshore
winds are forecast to continue in  the hills. Strongest winds are
expected over the North Bay Hills  where critical fire weather
conditions are anticipated. Locally  gusty winds are expected
elsewhere in the hills, particularly in  the East Bay Hills. Warm
and dry conditions are forecast to  persist through next week,
although winds in the hills will likely diminish after Tuesday.


...Discussion from SFOFWFSTO...


Northerly (offshore) winds dominate into early next week with a
warming and drying trend. This will lead to critical fire weather
conditions  starting this afternoon over the Sacramento Valley and
adjacent foothills, extending into portions of the Sierra Nevada by
late Sunday. Critical fire conditions are expected to continue into
early Tuesday morning. Dry weather  and above normal temperatures
are expected to remain through the week.  Northerly winds continue
into Thursday, though with diminishing strength.


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ECC010-241045-
St Helena ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Marin and Sonoma and Napa Counties
334 PM PDT Sat Sep 23 2017

...RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT THROUGH TUESDAY MORNING FOR THE
NORTH BAY HILLS FOR GUSTY NORTHERLY WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY...

A warming and drying trend is forecast to continue into early next
week as high pressure builds over California. Relative humidity
values will drop into the teens during the afternoon hours while
overnight humidity recoveries will only reach about 30 percent in
the hills. In addition, light to  moderate northerly or offshore
winds are forecast to continue in  the hills. Strongest winds are
expected over the North Bay Hills  where critical fire weather
conditions are anticipated. Locally  gusty winds are expected
elsewhere in the hills, particularly in  the East Bay Hills. Warm
and dry conditions are forecast to  persist through next week,
although winds in the hills will likely diminish after Tuesday.

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ECC014-241045-
Morgan Hill ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Alameda and Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties
334 PM PDT Sat Sep 23 2017

...WARM AND DRY WITH LOCALLY GUSTY WINDS THROUGH TUESDAY...

A warming and drying trend is forecast to continue into early next
week as high pressure builds over California. Relative humidity
values will drop into the teens during the afternoon hours while
overnight humidity recoveries will only reach about 30 percent in
the hills. In addition, light to  moderate northerly or offshore
winds are forecast to continue in  the hills. Strongest winds are
expected over the North Bay Hills  where critical fire weather
conditions are anticipated. Locally  gusty winds are expected
elsewhere in the hills, particularly in  the East Bay Hills. Warm
and dry conditions are forecast to  persist through next week,
although winds in the hills will likely diminish after Tuesday.

$$

ECC013-241045-
Felton ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Santa Cruz and San Mateo Counties
334 PM PDT Sat Sep 23 2017

A warming and drying trend is forecast to continue into early next
week as high pressure builds over California. Relative humidity
values will drop into the teens during the afternoon hours while
overnight humidity recoveries will only reach about 30 percent in
the hills. In addition, light to  moderate northerly or offshore
winds are forecast to continue in  the hills. Strongest winds are
expected over the North Bay Hills  where critical fire weather
conditions are anticipated. Locally  gusty winds are expected
elsewhere in the hills, particularly in  the East Bay Hills. Warm
and dry conditions are forecast to  persist through next week,
although winds in the hills will likely diminish after Tuesday.

$$

ECC018-241045-
Monterey ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Monterey and San Benito County
334 PM PDT Sat Sep 23 2017

...WARM AND DRY WITH LOCALLY GUSTY WINDS THROUGH TUESDAY...

A warming and drying trend is forecast to continue into early next
week as high pressure builds over California. Relative humidity
values will drop into the teens during the afternoon hours while
overnight humidity recoveries will only reach about 30 percent in
the hills. In addition, light to  moderate northerly or offshore
winds are forecast to continue in  the hills. Strongest winds are
expected over the North Bay Hills  where critical fire weather
conditions are anticipated. Locally  gusty winds are expected
elsewhere in the hills, particularly in  the East Bay Hills. Warm
and dry conditions are forecast to  persist through next week,
although winds in the hills will likely diminish after Tuesday.

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