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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
904 AM PDT Wed Jun 28 2017

ECC029-291015-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
904 AM PDT Wed Jun 28 2017

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

...Elevated fire weather conditions for portions of the interior
valleys...mountains and deserts through Friday...

A weak upper level ridge of high pressure over  southern California
today and tonight will strengthen over the  region Thursday through
Friday. The building upper level high will  bring lower humidities
to the interior areas especially Thursday and  Friday. Coastal areas
and adjacent valleys will have higher  humidities during the period
thanks to the influence of the marine  layer and onshore flow each
afternoon and early evening.

Although humidities are higher today for many areas, the higher
mountain elevations above 5000 feet and Antelope Valley will
continue to have minimum humidities in the 8 to 15 percent range
this afternoon. This combined with gusty west to northwest winds of
25 to 45 mph will bring elevated fire weather conditions to these
areas this afternoon into early evening.

Minimum humidities over much of the interior valleys, higher
mountains and Antelope Valley will lower Thursday and Friday to the
6 to 15 percent range. Gusty west to north winds will continue,
especially afternoon and evening hours, with the elevated fire
weather conditions persisting. There could also be critical fire
weather conditions at times especially in the Antelope Valley.

A weak upper level trough of low pressure is forecast to slide
across the district on Saturday with slight cooling and increased
humidity expected for the weekend.


...Discussion from Monterey...

It`s a fairly typical summer low clouds and fog pattern over the
district this morning. The marine layer is nearly 2,000 feet deep.
Onshore winds will bring more stratus and fog inland each night and
morning. Also, patchy drizzle will be possible along the immediate
coast. Humidity recoveries will be good.

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



$$

ECC028-291015-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
904 AM PDT Wed Jun 28 2017

...Elevated fire weather conditions for portions of the interior
valleys...mountains and deserts through Friday...

A weak upper level ridge of high pressure over  southern California
today and tonight will strengthen over the  region Thursday through
Friday. The building upper level high will  bring lower humidities
to the interior areas especially Thursday and  Friday. Coastal areas
and adjacent valleys will have higher  humidities during the period
thanks to the influence of the marine  layer and onshore flow each
afternoon and early evening.

Although humidities are higher today for many areas, the higher
mountain elevations above 5000 feet and Antelope Valley will
continue to have minimum humidities in the 8 to 15 percent range
this afternoon. This combined with gusty west to northwest winds of
25 to 45 mph will bring elevated fire weather conditions to these
areas this afternoon into early evening.

Minimum humidities over much of the interior valleys, higher
mountains and Antelope Valley will lower Thursday and Friday to the
6 to 15 percent range. Gusty west to north winds will continue,
especially afternoon and evening hours, with the elevated fire
weather conditions persisting. There could also be critical fire
weather conditions at times especially in the Antelope Valley.

A weak upper level trough of low pressure is forecast to slide
across the district on Saturday with slight cooling and increased
humidity expected for the weekend.


$$

ECC031-291015-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
904 AM PDT Wed Jun 28 2017

...Elevated fire weather conditions for portions of the interior
valleys...mountains and deserts through Friday...

A weak upper level ridge of high pressure over  southern California
today and tonight will strengthen over the  region Thursday through
Friday. The building upper level high will  bring lower humidities
to the interior areas especially Thursday and  Friday. Coastal areas
and adjacent valleys will have higher  humidities during the period
thanks to the influence of the marine  layer and onshore flow each
afternoon and early evening.

Although humidities are higher today for many areas, the higher
mountain elevations above 5000 feet and Antelope Valley will
continue to have minimum humidities in the 8 to 15 percent range
this afternoon. This combined with gusty west to northwest winds of
25 to 45 mph will bring elevated fire weather conditions to these
areas this afternoon into early evening.

Minimum humidities over much of the interior valleys, higher
mountains and Antelope Valley will lower Thursday and Friday to the
6 to 15 percent range. Gusty west to north winds will continue,
especially afternoon and evening hours, with the elevated fire
weather conditions persisting. There could also be critical fire
weather conditions at times especially in the Antelope Valley.

A weak upper level trough of low pressure is forecast to slide
across the district on Saturday with slight cooling and increased
humidity expected for the weekend.


$$

ECC024-291015-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
904 AM PDT Wed Jun 28 2017

...Elevated fire weather conditions for portions of the interior
valleys...mountains and deserts through Friday...

A weak upper level ridge of high pressure over  southern California
today and tonight will strengthen over the  region Thursday through
Friday. The building upper level high will  bring lower humidities
to the interior areas especially Thursday and  Friday. Coastal areas
and adjacent valleys will have higher  humidities during the period
thanks to the influence of the marine  layer and onshore flow each
afternoon and early evening.

Although humidities are higher today for many areas, the higher
mountain elevations above 5000 feet and Antelope Valley will
continue to have minimum humidities in the 8 to 15 percent range
this afternoon. This combined with gusty west to northwest winds of
25 to 45 mph will bring elevated fire weather conditions to these
areas this afternoon into early evening.

Minimum humidities over much of the interior valleys, higher
mountains and Antelope Valley will lower Thursday and Friday to the
6 to 15 percent range. Gusty west to north winds will continue,
especially afternoon and evening hours, with the elevated fire
weather conditions persisting. There could also be critical fire
weather conditions at times especially in the Antelope Valley.

A weak upper level trough of low pressure is forecast to slide
across the district on Saturday with slight cooling and increased
humidity expected for the weekend.


$$

ECC032-291015-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
904 AM PDT Wed Jun 28 2017

...Elevated fire weather conditions for portions of the interior
valleys...mountains and deserts through Friday...

A weak upper level ridge of high pressure over  southern California
today and tonight will strengthen over the  region Thursday through
Friday. The building upper level high will  bring lower humidities
to the interior areas especially Thursday and  Friday. Coastal areas
and adjacent valleys will have higher  humidities during the period
thanks to the influence of the marine  layer and onshore flow each
afternoon and early evening.

Although humidities are higher today for many areas, the higher
mountain elevations above 5000 feet and Antelope Valley will
continue to have minimum humidities in the 8 to 15 percent range
this afternoon. This combined with gusty west to northwest winds of
25 to 45 mph will bring elevated fire weather conditions to these
areas this afternoon into early evening.

Minimum humidities over much of the interior valleys, higher
mountains and Antelope Valley will lower Thursday and Friday to the
6 to 15 percent range. Gusty west to north winds will continue,
especially afternoon and evening hours, with the elevated fire
weather conditions persisting. There could also be critical fire
weather conditions at times especially in the Antelope Valley.

A weak upper level trough of low pressure is forecast to slide
across the district on Saturday with slight cooling and increased
humidity expected for the weekend.


$$

ECC030-291015-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
904 AM PDT Wed Jun 28 2017

...Elevated fire weather conditions for portions of the interior
valleys...mountains and deserts through Friday...

A weak upper level ridge of high pressure over  southern California
today and tonight will strengthen over the  region Thursday through
Friday. The building upper level high will  bring lower humidities
to the interior areas especially Thursday and  Friday. Coastal areas
and adjacent valleys will have higher  humidities during the period
thanks to the influence of the marine  layer and onshore flow each
afternoon and early evening.

Although humidities are higher today for many areas, the higher
mountain elevations above 5000 feet and Antelope Valley will
continue to have minimum humidities in the 8 to 15 percent range
this afternoon. This combined with gusty west to northwest winds of
25 to 45 mph will bring elevated fire weather conditions to these
areas this afternoon into early evening.

Minimum humidities over much of the interior valleys, higher
mountains and Antelope Valley will lower Thursday and Friday to the
6 to 15 percent range. Gusty west to north winds will continue,
especially afternoon and evening hours, with the elevated fire
weather conditions persisting. There could also be critical fire
weather conditions at times especially in the Antelope Valley.

A weak upper level trough of low pressure is forecast to slide
across the district on Saturday with slight cooling and increased
humidity expected for the weekend.


$$



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