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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
330 PM PST Fri Nov 17 2017

ECC029-181730-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
330 PM PST Fri Nov 17 2017

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

...Locally Gusty Santa Ana Winds tonight and Saturday...

Partly cloudy conditions will prevail through this afternoon,
before turning mostly clear tonight. There will be some gusts  west
to northwest winds this afternoon and evening.

For this evening and overnight, the flow will turn to the north
then sharply to the northeast Saturday morning. So, a weak to
locally moderate Santa Ana wind event is anticipated for Ventura
and Los Angeles counties. Wind gusts between 30 and 45 mph can be
expected late tonight and Saturday across the usual Santa Ana wind
corridors. At the same time, relative humidity will drop into the
teens during the day on Saturday. However, the timing of the
strongest winds and lowest relative humidity will not line up to
reach the necessary duration for Red Flag conditions, but there
will be a few hours of critical or near critical fire weather
conditions through Saturday afternoon. For San Luis Obispo and
Santa Barbara counties, the winds will be much weaker, but warm  and
dry conditions will develop.

For Saturday night and Sunday, weak offshore flow will continue
across the area. Relative humidity will exhibit little recovery
Saturday night then will drop into the lower teens and single digits
on Sunday. So, elevated fire weather conditions will continue across
all areas through Sunday.

For Monday through Thanksgiving, high pressure will build overhead
while weak offshore flow continues near the surface. This will
result in a warming and drying trend through Thanksgiving and there
will be elevated fire weather conditions through the period.


...Discussion from Monterey...

Dry and mild weather conditions will persist across the district
through the weekend. The next weather system will bring rain chances
to primarily the northern half of the district from late Sunday
night through Tuesday morning. Rain amounts are expected to be light
to moderate. Rain chances will continue across the north, mainly
North Bay, from Tuesday through Thanksgiving.

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



$$

ECC028-181730-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
330 PM PST Fri Nov 17 2017

...Locally Gusty Santa Ana Winds tonight and Saturday...

Partly cloudy conditions will prevail through this afternoon,
before turning mostly clear tonight. There will be some gusts  west
to northwest winds this afternoon and evening.

For this evening and overnight, the flow will turn to the north
then sharply to the northeast Saturday morning. So, a weak to
locally moderate Santa Ana wind event is anticipated for Ventura
and Los Angeles counties. Wind gusts between 30 and 45 mph can be
expected late tonight and Saturday across the usual Santa Ana wind
corridors. At the same time, relative humidity will drop into the
teens during the day on Saturday. However, the timing of the
strongest winds and lowest relative humidity will not line up to
reach the necessary duration for Red Flag conditions, but there
will be a few hours of critical or near critical fire weather
conditions through Saturday afternoon. For San Luis Obispo and
Santa Barbara counties, the winds will be much weaker, but warm  and
dry conditions will develop.

For Saturday night and Sunday, weak offshore flow will continue
across the area. Relative humidity will exhibit little recovery
Saturday night then will drop into the lower teens and single digits
on Sunday. So, elevated fire weather conditions will continue across
all areas through Sunday.

For Monday through Thanksgiving, high pressure will build overhead
while weak offshore flow continues near the surface. This will
result in a warming and drying trend through Thanksgiving and there
will be elevated fire weather conditions through the period.


$$

ECC031-181730-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
330 PM PST Fri Nov 17 2017

...Locally Gusty Santa Ana Winds tonight and Saturday...

Partly cloudy conditions will prevail through this afternoon,
before turning mostly clear tonight. There will be some gusts  west
to northwest winds this afternoon and evening.

For this evening and overnight, the flow will turn to the north
then sharply to the northeast Saturday morning. So, a weak to
locally moderate Santa Ana wind event is anticipated for Ventura
and Los Angeles counties. Wind gusts between 30 and 45 mph can be
expected late tonight and Saturday across the usual Santa Ana wind
corridors. At the same time, relative humidity will drop into the
teens during the day on Saturday. However, the timing of the
strongest winds and lowest relative humidity will not line up to
reach the necessary duration for Red Flag conditions, but there
will be a few hours of critical or near critical fire weather
conditions through Saturday afternoon. For San Luis Obispo and
Santa Barbara counties, the winds will be much weaker, but warm  and
dry conditions will develop.

For Saturday night and Sunday, weak offshore flow will continue
across the area. Relative humidity will exhibit little recovery
Saturday night then will drop into the lower teens and single digits
on Sunday. So, elevated fire weather conditions will continue across
all areas through Sunday.

For Monday through Thanksgiving, high pressure will build overhead
while weak offshore flow continues near the surface. This will
result in a warming and drying trend through Thanksgiving and there
will be elevated fire weather conditions through the period.


$$

ECC024-181730-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
330 PM PST Fri Nov 17 2017

...Locally Gusty Santa Ana Winds tonight and Saturday...

Partly cloudy conditions will prevail through this afternoon,
before turning mostly clear tonight. There will be some gusts  west
to northwest winds this afternoon and evening.

For this evening and overnight, the flow will turn to the north
then sharply to the northeast Saturday morning. So, a weak to
locally moderate Santa Ana wind event is anticipated for Ventura
and Los Angeles counties. Wind gusts between 30 and 45 mph can be
expected late tonight and Saturday across the usual Santa Ana wind
corridors. At the same time, relative humidity will drop into the
teens during the day on Saturday. However, the timing of the
strongest winds and lowest relative humidity will not line up to
reach the necessary duration for Red Flag conditions, but there
will be a few hours of critical or near critical fire weather
conditions through Saturday afternoon. For San Luis Obispo and
Santa Barbara counties, the winds will be much weaker, but warm  and
dry conditions will develop.

For Saturday night and Sunday, weak offshore flow will continue
across the area. Relative humidity will exhibit little recovery
Saturday night then will drop into the lower teens and single digits
on Sunday. So, elevated fire weather conditions will continue across
all areas through Sunday.

For Monday through Thanksgiving, high pressure will build overhead
while weak offshore flow continues near the surface. This will
result in a warming and drying trend through Thanksgiving and there
will be elevated fire weather conditions through the period.


$$

ECC032-181730-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
330 PM PST Fri Nov 17 2017

...Locally Gusty Santa Ana Winds tonight and Saturday...

Partly cloudy conditions will prevail through this afternoon,
before turning mostly clear tonight. There will be some gusts  west
to northwest winds this afternoon and evening.

For this evening and overnight, the flow will turn to the north
then sharply to the northeast Saturday morning. So, a weak to
locally moderate Santa Ana wind event is anticipated for Ventura
and Los Angeles counties. Wind gusts between 30 and 45 mph can be
expected late tonight and Saturday across the usual Santa Ana wind
corridors. At the same time, relative humidity will drop into the
teens during the day on Saturday. However, the timing of the
strongest winds and lowest relative humidity will not line up to
reach the necessary duration for Red Flag conditions, but there
will be a few hours of critical or near critical fire weather
conditions through Saturday afternoon. For San Luis Obispo and
Santa Barbara counties, the winds will be much weaker, but warm  and
dry conditions will develop.

For Saturday night and Sunday, weak offshore flow will continue
across the area. Relative humidity will exhibit little recovery
Saturday night then will drop into the lower teens and single digits
on Sunday. So, elevated fire weather conditions will continue across
all areas through Sunday.

For Monday through Thanksgiving, high pressure will build overhead
while weak offshore flow continues near the surface. This will
result in a warming and drying trend through Thanksgiving and there
will be elevated fire weather conditions through the period.


$$

ECC030-181730-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
330 PM PST Fri Nov 17 2017

...Locally Gusty Santa Ana Winds tonight and Saturday...

Partly cloudy conditions will prevail through this afternoon,
before turning mostly clear tonight. There will be some gusts  west
to northwest winds this afternoon and evening.

For this evening and overnight, the flow will turn to the north
then sharply to the northeast Saturday morning. So, a weak to
locally moderate Santa Ana wind event is anticipated for Ventura
and Los Angeles counties. Wind gusts between 30 and 45 mph can be
expected late tonight and Saturday across the usual Santa Ana wind
corridors. At the same time, relative humidity will drop into the
teens during the day on Saturday. However, the timing of the
strongest winds and lowest relative humidity will not line up to
reach the necessary duration for Red Flag conditions, but there
will be a few hours of critical or near critical fire weather
conditions through Saturday afternoon. For San Luis Obispo and
Santa Barbara counties, the winds will be much weaker, but warm  and
dry conditions will develop.

For Saturday night and Sunday, weak offshore flow will continue
across the area. Relative humidity will exhibit little recovery
Saturday night then will drop into the lower teens and single digits
on Sunday. So, elevated fire weather conditions will continue across
all areas through Sunday.

For Monday through Thanksgiving, high pressure will build overhead
while weak offshore flow continues near the surface. This will
result in a warming and drying trend through Thanksgiving and there
will be elevated fire weather conditions through the period.


$$


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