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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
328 PM PDT Thu Jun 22 2017

ECC029-231630-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
328 PM PDT Thu Jun 22 2017

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

...RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT THROUGH 9 PM PDT THIS EVENING IN THE LOS
ANGELES COUNTY MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR FOOTHILLS FOR GUSTY WINDS AND
LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY...

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR SECTIONS THROUGH
MONDAY...

A strong ridge of high pressure currently centered over Arizona will
shift into California by Friday and remain over the weekend before
moving to the south by Tuesday or Wednesday.

Over the interior mountains and valleys, very hot conditions with
triple digit heat will likely persist through Monday. Minimum
humidities between 8 and 18 percent will be common each day. Gusty
onshore flow will peak today and Friday, then weaken some and become
 west to northwesterly Friday night through Sunday. Elevated fire
weather concerns will exist as a result through at least Monday.

Over the coastal and adjacent valley areas, a deep marine layer will
keep conditions below elevated through Friday. The marine layer
should shrink over the weekend with triple digit heat likely over
the valleys. Weak-to-moderate Sundowner winds are likely Saturday
through Monday, which will result in elevated concerns for Santa
Barbara County especially Sunday night when humidities will be
lowest.

Tropical moisture aloft will move through the area Friday night and
Saturday. While this should have little impact on humidities at the
surface, this has a 10 percent chance of producing high-based
thunderstorms. Confidence is incredibly low with this, but the
potential for dry lightning exists.


...Discussion from Monterey...

...Continued hot and dry inland and in the hills through Friday...

The return of weak onshore flow and a gradually deepening marine
layer expected Friday and through the weekend  will bring slightly
cooler temperatures and slightly better  humidity recoveries
overnight to the coastal regions. That being  said, hot and dry
conditions will continue over inland areas as  well as over the
hills.

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



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ECC028-231630-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
328 PM PDT Thu Jun 22 2017

...RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT THROUGH 9 PM PDT THIS EVENING IN THE LOS
ANGELES COUNTY MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR FOOTHILLS FOR GUSTY WINDS AND
LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY...

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR SECTIONS THROUGH
MONDAY...

A strong ridge of high pressure currently centered over Arizona will
shift into California by Friday and remain over the weekend before
moving to the south by Tuesday or Wednesday.

Over the interior mountains and valleys, very hot conditions with
triple digit heat will likely persist through Monday. Minimum
humidities between 8 and 18 percent will be common each day. Gusty
onshore flow will peak today and Friday, then weaken some and become
 west to northwesterly Friday night through Sunday. Elevated fire
weather concerns will exist as a result through at least Monday.

Over the coastal and adjacent valley areas, a deep marine layer will
keep conditions below elevated through Friday. The marine layer
should shrink over the weekend with triple digit heat likely over
the valleys. Weak-to-moderate Sundowner winds are likely Saturday
through Monday, which will result in elevated concerns for Santa
Barbara County especially Sunday night when humidities will be
lowest.

Tropical moisture aloft will move through the area Friday night and
Saturday. While this should have little impact on humidities at the
surface, this has a 10 percent chance of producing high-based
thunderstorms. Confidence is incredibly low with this, but the
potential for dry lightning exists.


$$

ECC031-231630-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
328 PM PDT Thu Jun 22 2017

...RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT THROUGH 9 PM PDT THIS EVENING IN THE LOS
ANGELES COUNTY MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR FOOTHILLS FOR GUSTY WINDS AND
LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY...

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR SECTIONS THROUGH
MONDAY...

A strong ridge of high pressure currently centered over Arizona will
shift into California by Friday and remain over the weekend before
moving to the south by Tuesday or Wednesday.

Over the interior mountains and valleys, very hot conditions with
triple digit heat will likely persist through Monday. Minimum
humidities between 8 and 18 percent will be common each day. Gusty
onshore flow will peak today and Friday, then weaken some and become
 west to northwesterly Friday night through Sunday. Elevated fire
weather concerns will exist as a result through at least Monday.

Over the coastal and adjacent valley areas, a deep marine layer will
keep conditions below elevated through Friday. The marine layer
should shrink over the weekend with triple digit heat likely over
the valleys. Weak-to-moderate Sundowner winds are likely Saturday
through Monday, which will result in elevated concerns for Santa
Barbara County especially Sunday night when humidities will be
lowest.

Tropical moisture aloft will move through the area Friday night and
Saturday. While this should have little impact on humidities at the
surface, this has a 10 percent chance of producing high-based
thunderstorms. Confidence is incredibly low with this, but the
potential for dry lightning exists.


$$

ECC024-231630-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
328 PM PDT Thu Jun 22 2017

...RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT THROUGH 9 PM PDT THIS EVENING IN THE LOS
ANGELES COUNTY MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR FOOTHILLS FOR GUSTY WINDS AND
LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY...

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR SECTIONS THROUGH
MONDAY...

A strong ridge of high pressure currently centered over Arizona will
shift into California by Friday and remain over the weekend before
moving to the south by Tuesday or Wednesday.

Over the interior mountains and valleys, very hot conditions with
triple digit heat will likely persist through Monday. Minimum
humidities between 8 and 18 percent will be common each day. Gusty
onshore flow will peak today and Friday, then weaken some and become
 west to northwesterly Friday night through Sunday. Elevated fire
weather concerns will exist as a result through at least Monday.

Over the coastal and adjacent valley areas, a deep marine layer will
keep conditions below elevated through Friday. The marine layer
should shrink over the weekend with triple digit heat likely over
the valleys. Weak-to-moderate Sundowner winds are likely Saturday
through Monday, which will result in elevated concerns for Santa
Barbara County especially Sunday night when humidities will be
lowest.

Tropical moisture aloft will move through the area Friday night and
Saturday. While this should have little impact on humidities at the
surface, this has a 10 percent chance of producing high-based
thunderstorms. Confidence is incredibly low with this, but the
potential for dry lightning exists.


$$

ECC032-231630-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
328 PM PDT Thu Jun 22 2017

...RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT THROUGH 9 PM PDT THIS EVENING IN THE LOS
ANGELES COUNTY MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR FOOTHILLS FOR GUSTY WINDS AND
LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY...

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR SECTIONS THROUGH
MONDAY...

A strong ridge of high pressure currently centered over Arizona will
shift into California by Friday and remain over the weekend before
moving to the south by Tuesday or Wednesday.

Over the interior mountains and valleys, very hot conditions with
triple digit heat will likely persist through Monday. Minimum
humidities between 8 and 18 percent will be common each day. Gusty
onshore flow will peak today and Friday, then weaken some and become
 west to northwesterly Friday night through Sunday. Elevated fire
weather concerns will exist as a result through at least Monday.

Over the coastal and adjacent valley areas, a deep marine layer will
keep conditions below elevated through Friday. The marine layer
should shrink over the weekend with triple digit heat likely over
the valleys. Weak-to-moderate Sundowner winds are likely Saturday
through Monday, which will result in elevated concerns for Santa
Barbara County especially Sunday night when humidities will be
lowest.

Tropical moisture aloft will move through the area Friday night and
Saturday. While this should have little impact on humidities at the
surface, this has a 10 percent chance of producing high-based
thunderstorms. Confidence is incredibly low with this, but the
potential for dry lightning exists.


$$

ECC030-231630-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
328 PM PDT Thu Jun 22 2017

...RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT THROUGH 9 PM PDT THIS EVENING IN THE LOS
ANGELES COUNTY MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR FOOTHILLS FOR GUSTY WINDS AND
LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY...

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR SECTIONS THROUGH
MONDAY...

A strong ridge of high pressure currently centered over Arizona will
shift into California by Friday and remain over the weekend before
moving to the south by Tuesday or Wednesday.

Over the interior mountains and valleys, very hot conditions with
triple digit heat will likely persist through Monday. Minimum
humidities between 8 and 18 percent will be common each day. Gusty
onshore flow will peak today and Friday, then weaken some and become
 west to northwesterly Friday night through Sunday. Elevated fire
weather concerns will exist as a result through at least Monday.

Over the coastal and adjacent valley areas, a deep marine layer will
keep conditions below elevated through Friday. The marine layer
should shrink over the weekend with triple digit heat likely over
the valleys. Weak-to-moderate Sundowner winds are likely Saturday
through Monday, which will result in elevated concerns for Santa
Barbara County especially Sunday night when humidities will be
lowest.

Tropical moisture aloft will move through the area Friday night and
Saturday. While this should have little impact on humidities at the
surface, this has a 10 percent chance of producing high-based
thunderstorms. Confidence is incredibly low with this, but the
potential for dry lightning exists.


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