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ECCDA DISCUSSIONS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
440 PM PST WED NOV 26 2014

ECC029-271845-
LOS PADRES NATIONAL FOREST-
DISCUSSION FOR...VANDENBERG ECC DISPATCH
440 PM PST WED NOV 26 2014

...DISCUSSION FROM LOS ANGELES/OXNARD...

...ELEVATED FIRE CONCERNS THROUGH SATURDAY...

LOCALLY BREEZY NORTHEASTERLY WINDS WILL CONTINUE INTO EARLY
THURSDAY...WITH THE STRONGEST WINDS BETWEEN 10 AND 15 MPH
SUSTAINED AND GUSTS TO TO 25 MPH. WIDESPREAD HUMIDITIES UNDER 10
PERCENT WILL CONTINUE AS WELL...WITH NEARLY NO RECOVERIES IN MOST
MOUNTAINS. RED FLAG CONDITIONS ARE NOT EXPECTED...BUT ELEVATED
FIRE CONCERNS WILL PERSIST WITH THE WINDS AND DRY AIR.

DESPITE COOLING CONDITIONS AND A RETURN OF ONSHORE FLOW ON FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY...VERY DRY AIR WILL MOVE THROUGH THE AREA. MOUNTAIN
AND INLAND VALLEY AREAS WILL SEE HUMIDITIES WELL UNDER 10 PERCENT
WITH NO OVERNIGHT RECOVERIES. MEANWHILE MODERATE SOUTHWEST FLOW
ALOFT AHEAD OF THE APPROACHING STORM SYSTEM WILL BRING GUSTY WINDS
AND CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS TO THE MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR
VALLEYS. OF MOST CONCERN ARE THE HIGHER MOUNTAINS ON SATURDAY WHEN
MARGINAL RED FLAG CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED.

A SIGNIFICANT STORM SYSTEM WILL LIKELY IMPACT THE AREA SOMETIME
EARLY NEXT WEEK...WITH MODERATE TO LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN...POSSIBLE
THUNDERSTORMS...AND GUSTY SOUTHERLY WINDS. THE EXACT TIMING IS
VERY TROUBLESOME AT THIS POINT...BUT CURRENT PROJECTIONS HIGHLIGHT
THE LATE MONDAY AND TUESDAY TIME PERIOD.


...DISCUSSION FROM MONTEREY...

DRY AND MILD WEATHER WILL CONTINUE ACROSS THE DISTRICT THROUGH
THANKSGIVING DAY. A WEATHER PATTERN CHANGE WILL GET UNDERWAY ON
FRIDAY AS THE FIRST WAVE OF A COMPLEX WEATHER SYSTEM BEGINS TO
PUSH ONSHORE. RAIN WILL BEGIN IN THE NORTH BAY BY LATE FRIDAY AND
SPREAD SOUTH THROUGH MOST OF THE REST OF THE DISTRICT BY LATE
SATURDAY. UNSETTLED WEATHER WILL THEN CONTINUE FOR THE REST OF THE
WEEKEND AND INTO NEXT WEEK...WITH PERIODS OF HEAVY RAIN POSSIBLE
ALONG WITH GUSTY WINDS AT TIMES.

NOTE : ALL WINDS ARE 20-FOOT WINDS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
THUNDERSTORMS IMPLY STRONG, GUSTY AND ERRATIC WINDS.



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ECC028-271845-
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY EXCLUDING LOS PADRES NATIONAL FOREST-
DISCUSSION FOR...SANTA BARBARA ECC DISPATCH
440 PM PST WED NOV 26 2014

...ELEVATED FIRE CONCERNS THROUGH SATURDAY...

LOCALLY BREEZY NORTHEASTERLY WINDS WILL CONTINUE INTO EARLY
THURSDAY...WITH THE STRONGEST WINDS BETWEEN 10 AND 15 MPH
SUSTAINED AND GUSTS TO TO 25 MPH. WIDESPREAD HUMIDITIES UNDER 10
PERCENT WILL CONTINUE AS WELL...WITH NEARLY NO RECOVERIES IN MOST
MOUNTAINS. RED FLAG CONDITIONS ARE NOT EXPECTED...BUT ELEVATED
FIRE CONCERNS WILL PERSIST WITH THE WINDS AND DRY AIR.

DESPITE COOLING CONDITIONS AND A RETURN OF ONSHORE FLOW ON FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY...VERY DRY AIR WILL MOVE THROUGH THE AREA. MOUNTAIN
AND INLAND VALLEY AREAS WILL SEE HUMIDITIES WELL UNDER 10 PERCENT
WITH NO OVERNIGHT RECOVERIES. MEANWHILE MODERATE SOUTHWEST FLOW
ALOFT AHEAD OF THE APPROACHING STORM SYSTEM WILL BRING GUSTY WINDS
AND CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS TO THE MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR
VALLEYS. OF MOST CONCERN ARE THE HIGHER MOUNTAINS ON SATURDAY WHEN
MARGINAL RED FLAG CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED.

A SIGNIFICANT STORM SYSTEM WILL LIKELY IMPACT THE AREA SOMETIME
EARLY NEXT WEEK...WITH MODERATE TO LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN...POSSIBLE
THUNDERSTORMS...AND GUSTY SOUTHERLY WINDS. THE EXACT TIMING IS
VERY TROUBLESOME AT THIS POINT...BUT CURRENT PROJECTIONS HIGHLIGHT
THE LATE MONDAY AND TUESDAY TIME PERIOD.


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ECC031-271845-
ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST-
DISCUSSION FOR...LANCASTER ECC DISPATCH
440 PM PST WED NOV 26 2014

...ELEVATED FIRE CONCERNS THROUGH SATURDAY...

LOCALLY BREEZY NORTHEASTERLY WINDS WILL CONTINUE INTO EARLY
THURSDAY...WITH THE STRONGEST WINDS BETWEEN 10 AND 15 MPH
SUSTAINED AND GUSTS TO TO 25 MPH. WIDESPREAD HUMIDITIES UNDER 10
PERCENT WILL CONTINUE AS WELL...WITH NEARLY NO RECOVERIES IN MOST
MOUNTAINS. RED FLAG CONDITIONS ARE NOT EXPECTED...BUT ELEVATED
FIRE CONCERNS WILL PERSIST WITH THE WINDS AND DRY AIR.

DESPITE COOLING CONDITIONS AND A RETURN OF ONSHORE FLOW ON FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY...VERY DRY AIR WILL MOVE THROUGH THE AREA. MOUNTAIN
AND INLAND VALLEY AREAS WILL SEE HUMIDITIES WELL UNDER 10 PERCENT
WITH NO OVERNIGHT RECOVERIES. MEANWHILE MODERATE SOUTHWEST FLOW
ALOFT AHEAD OF THE APPROACHING STORM SYSTEM WILL BRING GUSTY WINDS
AND CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS TO THE MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR
VALLEYS. OF MOST CONCERN ARE THE HIGHER MOUNTAINS ON SATURDAY WHEN
MARGINAL RED FLAG CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED.

A SIGNIFICANT STORM SYSTEM WILL LIKELY IMPACT THE AREA SOMETIME
EARLY NEXT WEEK...WITH MODERATE TO LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN...POSSIBLE
THUNDERSTORMS...AND GUSTY SOUTHERLY WINDS. THE EXACT TIMING IS
VERY TROUBLESOME AT THIS POINT...BUT CURRENT PROJECTIONS HIGHLIGHT
THE LATE MONDAY AND TUESDAY TIME PERIOD.


$$

ECC024-271845-
SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY-
DISCUSSION FOR...SAN LUIS OBISPO ECC DISPATCH
440 PM PST WED NOV 26 2014

...ELEVATED FIRE CONCERNS THROUGH SATURDAY...

LOCALLY BREEZY NORTHEASTERLY WINDS WILL CONTINUE INTO EARLY
THURSDAY...WITH THE STRONGEST WINDS BETWEEN 10 AND 15 MPH
SUSTAINED AND GUSTS TO TO 25 MPH. WIDESPREAD HUMIDITIES UNDER 10
PERCENT WILL CONTINUE AS WELL...WITH NEARLY NO RECOVERIES IN MOST
MOUNTAINS. RED FLAG CONDITIONS ARE NOT EXPECTED...BUT ELEVATED
FIRE CONCERNS WILL PERSIST WITH THE WINDS AND DRY AIR.

DESPITE COOLING CONDITIONS AND A RETURN OF ONSHORE FLOW ON FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY...VERY DRY AIR WILL MOVE THROUGH THE AREA. MOUNTAIN
AND INLAND VALLEY AREAS WILL SEE HUMIDITIES WELL UNDER 10 PERCENT
WITH NO OVERNIGHT RECOVERIES. MEANWHILE MODERATE SOUTHWEST FLOW
ALOFT AHEAD OF THE APPROACHING STORM SYSTEM WILL BRING GUSTY WINDS
AND CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS TO THE MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR
VALLEYS. OF MOST CONCERN ARE THE HIGHER MOUNTAINS ON SATURDAY WHEN
MARGINAL RED FLAG CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED.

A SIGNIFICANT STORM SYSTEM WILL LIKELY IMPACT THE AREA SOMETIME
EARLY NEXT WEEK...WITH MODERATE TO LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN...POSSIBLE
THUNDERSTORMS...AND GUSTY SOUTHERLY WINDS. THE EXACT TIMING IS
VERY TROUBLESOME AT THIS POINT...BUT CURRENT PROJECTIONS HIGHLIGHT
THE LATE MONDAY AND TUESDAY TIME PERIOD.


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ECC032-271845-
VENTURA COUNTY EXCLUDING LOS PADRES NATIONAL FOREST-
DISCUSSION FOR...VENTURA ECC DISPATCH
440 PM PST WED NOV 26 2014

...ELEVATED FIRE CONCERNS THROUGH SATURDAY...

LOCALLY BREEZY NORTHEASTERLY WINDS WILL CONTINUE INTO EARLY
THURSDAY...WITH THE STRONGEST WINDS BETWEEN 10 AND 15 MPH
SUSTAINED AND GUSTS TO TO 25 MPH. WIDESPREAD HUMIDITIES UNDER 10
PERCENT WILL CONTINUE AS WELL...WITH NEARLY NO RECOVERIES IN MOST
MOUNTAINS. RED FLAG CONDITIONS ARE NOT EXPECTED...BUT ELEVATED
FIRE CONCERNS WILL PERSIST WITH THE WINDS AND DRY AIR.

DESPITE COOLING CONDITIONS AND A RETURN OF ONSHORE FLOW ON FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY...VERY DRY AIR WILL MOVE THROUGH THE AREA. MOUNTAIN
AND INLAND VALLEY AREAS WILL SEE HUMIDITIES WELL UNDER 10 PERCENT
WITH NO OVERNIGHT RECOVERIES. MEANWHILE MODERATE SOUTHWEST FLOW
ALOFT AHEAD OF THE APPROACHING STORM SYSTEM WILL BRING GUSTY WINDS
AND CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS TO THE MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR
VALLEYS. OF MOST CONCERN ARE THE HIGHER MOUNTAINS ON SATURDAY WHEN
MARGINAL RED FLAG CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED.

A SIGNIFICANT STORM SYSTEM WILL LIKELY IMPACT THE AREA SOMETIME
EARLY NEXT WEEK...WITH MODERATE TO LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN...POSSIBLE
THUNDERSTORMS...AND GUSTY SOUTHERLY WINDS. THE EXACT TIMING IS
VERY TROUBLESOME AT THIS POINT...BUT CURRENT PROJECTIONS HIGHLIGHT
THE LATE MONDAY AND TUESDAY TIME PERIOD.


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ECC030-271845-
LOS ANGELES COUNTY EXCLUDING ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST-
DISCUSSION FOR...LOS ANGELES ECC DISPATCH
440 PM PST WED NOV 26 2014

...ELEVATED FIRE CONCERNS THROUGH SATURDAY...

LOCALLY BREEZY NORTHEASTERLY WINDS WILL CONTINUE INTO EARLY
THURSDAY...WITH THE STRONGEST WINDS BETWEEN 10 AND 15 MPH
SUSTAINED AND GUSTS TO TO 25 MPH. WIDESPREAD HUMIDITIES UNDER 10
PERCENT WILL CONTINUE AS WELL...WITH NEARLY NO RECOVERIES IN MOST
MOUNTAINS. RED FLAG CONDITIONS ARE NOT EXPECTED...BUT ELEVATED
FIRE CONCERNS WILL PERSIST WITH THE WINDS AND DRY AIR.

DESPITE COOLING CONDITIONS AND A RETURN OF ONSHORE FLOW ON FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY...VERY DRY AIR WILL MOVE THROUGH THE AREA. MOUNTAIN
AND INLAND VALLEY AREAS WILL SEE HUMIDITIES WELL UNDER 10 PERCENT
WITH NO OVERNIGHT RECOVERIES. MEANWHILE MODERATE SOUTHWEST FLOW
ALOFT AHEAD OF THE APPROACHING STORM SYSTEM WILL BRING GUSTY WINDS
AND CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS TO THE MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR
VALLEYS. OF MOST CONCERN ARE THE HIGHER MOUNTAINS ON SATURDAY WHEN
MARGINAL RED FLAG CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED.

A SIGNIFICANT STORM SYSTEM WILL LIKELY IMPACT THE AREA SOMETIME
EARLY NEXT WEEK...WITH MODERATE TO LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN...POSSIBLE
THUNDERSTORMS...AND GUSTY SOUTHERLY WINDS. THE EXACT TIMING IS
VERY TROUBLESOME AT THIS POINT...BUT CURRENT PROJECTIONS HIGHLIGHT
THE LATE MONDAY AND TUESDAY TIME PERIOD.


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