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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
334 PM PST Sun Jan 21 2018

ECC029-221745-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
334 PM PST Sun Jan 21 2018

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

A weak cold front will bring a slight chance of light rain to San
Luis Obispo county on Monday...otherwise a gradual warming and
drying trend across Southwest California through Tuesday. There will
be gusty north to northeast winds through Tuesday as offshore flow
develops, especially through the Interstate 5 corridor and Santa
Ynez mountains.

There is a chance of more widespread light rain across Southwest
California late Wednesday night into Thursday as a weak cold front
moves through the area. This appears to be another cold and windy
system, with snow levels potentially falling to between 3000 and
4000 feet. While it is still early, rainfall amounts with this
system will likely be less than a third of an inch, with estimates
for the Montecito area around one tenth of an inch or less. Behind
this system, there will likely be gusty north winds Thursday night
into Friday, followed by potential Santa Ana winds with a warming
and drying trend next weekend.


...Discussion from Monterey...

An incoming weather system will spread rain across the North Bay
this evening, and then south across most of the rest of the district
overnight and early Monday. Greatest rainfall amounts are expected
in the North Bay where locally heavy rain is possible tonight.
Rainfall will end in most areas by midday  Monday. Dry weather is
then forecast through Tuesday and Tuesday  night. The next weather
system will likely bring soaking rains to the entire district
Wednesday and Wednesday night. Showers will  continue into Thursday
with dry weather expected to return by the  end of the week.

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



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ECC028-221745-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
334 PM PST Sun Jan 21 2018



A weak cold front will bring a slight chance of light rain to San
Luis Obispo county on Monday...otherwise a gradual warming and
drying trend across Southwest California through Tuesday. There will
be gusty north to northeast winds through Tuesday as offshore flow
develops, especially through the Interstate 5 corridor and Santa
Ynez mountains.

There is a chance of more widespread light rain across Southwest
California late Wednesday night into Thursday as a weak cold front
moves through the area. This appears to be another cold and windy
system, with snow levels potentially falling to between 3000 and
4000 feet. While it is still early, rainfall amounts with this
system will likely be less than a third of an inch, with estimates
for the Montecito area around one tenth of an inch or less. Behind
this system, there will likely be gusty north winds Thursday night
into Friday, followed by potential Santa Ana winds with a warming
and drying trend next weekend.


$$

ECC031-221745-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
334 PM PST Sun Jan 21 2018



A weak cold front will bring a slight chance of light rain to San
Luis Obispo county on Monday...otherwise a gradual warming and
drying trend across Southwest California through Tuesday. There will
be gusty north to northeast winds through Tuesday as offshore flow
develops, especially through the Interstate 5 corridor and Santa
Ynez mountains.

There is a chance of more widespread light rain across Southwest
California late Wednesday night into Thursday as a weak cold front
moves through the area. This appears to be another cold and windy
system, with snow levels potentially falling to between 3000 and
4000 feet. While it is still early, rainfall amounts with this
system will likely be less than a third of an inch, with estimates
for the Montecito area around one tenth of an inch or less. Behind
this system, there will likely be gusty north winds Thursday night
into Friday, followed by potential Santa Ana winds with a warming
and drying trend next weekend.


$$

ECC024-221745-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
334 PM PST Sun Jan 21 2018



A weak cold front will bring a slight chance of light rain to San
Luis Obispo county on Monday...otherwise a gradual warming and
drying trend across Southwest California through Tuesday. There will
be gusty north to northeast winds through Tuesday as offshore flow
develops, especially through the Interstate 5 corridor and Santa
Ynez mountains.

There is a chance of more widespread light rain across Southwest
California late Wednesday night into Thursday as a weak cold front
moves through the area. This appears to be another cold and windy
system, with snow levels potentially falling to between 3000 and
4000 feet. While it is still early, rainfall amounts with this
system will likely be less than a third of an inch, with estimates
for the Montecito area around one tenth of an inch or less. Behind
this system, there will likely be gusty north winds Thursday night
into Friday, followed by potential Santa Ana winds with a warming
and drying trend next weekend.


$$

ECC032-221745-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
334 PM PST Sun Jan 21 2018



A weak cold front will bring a slight chance of light rain to San
Luis Obispo county on Monday...otherwise a gradual warming and
drying trend across Southwest California through Tuesday. There will
be gusty north to northeast winds through Tuesday as offshore flow
develops, especially through the Interstate 5 corridor and Santa
Ynez mountains.

There is a chance of more widespread light rain across Southwest
California late Wednesday night into Thursday as a weak cold front
moves through the area. This appears to be another cold and windy
system, with snow levels potentially falling to between 3000 and
4000 feet. While it is still early, rainfall amounts with this
system will likely be less than a third of an inch, with estimates
for the Montecito area around one tenth of an inch or less. Behind
this system, there will likely be gusty north winds Thursday night
into Friday, followed by potential Santa Ana winds with a warming
and drying trend next weekend.


$$

ECC030-221745-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
334 PM PST Sun Jan 21 2018



A weak cold front will bring a slight chance of light rain to San
Luis Obispo county on Monday...otherwise a gradual warming and
drying trend across Southwest California through Tuesday. There will
be gusty north to northeast winds through Tuesday as offshore flow
develops, especially through the Interstate 5 corridor and Santa
Ynez mountains.

There is a chance of more widespread light rain across Southwest
California late Wednesday night into Thursday as a weak cold front
moves through the area. This appears to be another cold and windy
system, with snow levels potentially falling to between 3000 and
4000 feet. While it is still early, rainfall amounts with this
system will likely be less than a third of an inch, with estimates
for the Montecito area around one tenth of an inch or less. Behind
this system, there will likely be gusty north winds Thursday night
into Friday, followed by potential Santa Ana winds with a warming
and drying trend next weekend.


$$



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