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ECCDA DISCUSSIONS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
329 PM PDT SUN JUL 5 2015

ECC029-061630-
LOS PADRES NATIONAL FOREST-
DISCUSSION FOR...VANDENBERG ECC DISPATCH
329 PM PDT SUN JUL 5 2015

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

...ELEVATED FIRE DANGER ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND ANTELOPE VALLEY  EACH
AFTERNOON THROUGH TUESDAY DUE TO GUSTY ONSHORE WINDS AND LOW
HUMIDITIES...

A WEAK UPPER LEVEL LOW OFF THE COAST WILL BRING  CONTINUED ONSHORE
FLOW TO THE REGION THROUGH TUESDAY. A DEEP MARINE LAYER WILL ALLOW
LOW CLOUDS AND FOG TO PUSH WELL INLAND EACH OVERNIGHT
PERIOD...COVERING ALL COASTAL AREAS AND MOST VALLEY LOCATIONS.
HUMIDITIES IN COAST AND VALLEY AREAS WILL BE MODERATED BY THE MARINE
LAYER INFLUENCE...WHILE THE MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR DESERTS WILL SEE
VERY SLOW RISES IN HUMIDITY VALUES THROUGH MIDWEEK. GUSTY WEST TO
SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL AFFECT THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERT AREAS...WITH
GUSTS GENERALLY UP TO 35 MPH BUT LOCALLY UP TO 45 MPH OVER THE
ANTELOPE VALLEY FOOTHILLS.

THE COMBINATION OF LOW HUMIDITIES AND GUSTY ONSHORE WINDS EACH
AFTERNOON AND EVENING PERIOD WILL BRING ELEVATED FIRE DANGER TO THE
MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS...ESPECIALLY IN THE ANTELOPE VALLEY AND ALONG
THE HIGHWAY 14 CORRIDOR. BRIEF CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS CAN
BE EXPECTED ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND ANTELOPE VALLEY EACH AFTERNOON
THROUGH TUESDAY. THERE WILL BE SOME MINOR AFTERNOON CLOUD BUILDUPS
OVER THE LOCAL MOUNTAINS THIS AFTERNOON DUE TO SOME RESIDUAL
MOISTURE AND INSTABILITY.

AS THE OFFSHORE LOW APPROACHES THE COAST OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY...INCREASING ONSHORE FLOW AND A DEEPENING
MARINE LAYER WILL BRING ADDITIONAL COOLING TO THE AREA AND
INCREASING HUMIDITIES.


...DISCUSSION FROM MONTEREY...

A GRADUAL COOLING TREND THIS WEEK WITH HIGHER HUMIDITY VALUES CAN BE
EXPECTED AS AN UPPER LEVEL LOW APPROACHES THE COAST WHICH WILL HELP
TO INCREASE THE DEPTH OF THE MARINE LAYER. WINDS WILL GENERALLY
REMAIN UNDER 10 MPH EXCEPT FOR LOCAL RIDGES. PATCHY FOG AND DRIZZLE
CAN EXPECTED OVERNIGHT AT MOST COASTAL SPOTS.

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



$$

ECC028-061630-
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY EXCLUDING LOS PADRES NATIONAL FOREST-
DISCUSSION FOR...SANTA BARBARA ECC DISPATCH
329 PM PDT SUN JUL 5 2015

...ELEVATED FIRE DANGER ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND ANTELOPE VALLEY  EACH
AFTERNOON THROUGH TUESDAY DUE TO GUSTY ONSHORE WINDS AND LOW
HUMIDITIES...

A WEAK UPPER LEVEL LOW OFF THE COAST WILL BRING  CONTINUED ONSHORE
FLOW TO THE REGION THROUGH TUESDAY. A DEEP MARINE LAYER WILL ALLOW
LOW CLOUDS AND FOG TO PUSH WELL INLAND EACH OVERNIGHT
PERIOD...COVERING ALL COASTAL AREAS AND MOST VALLEY LOCATIONS.
HUMIDITIES IN COAST AND VALLEY AREAS WILL BE MODERATED BY THE MARINE
LAYER INFLUENCE...WHILE THE MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR DESERTS WILL SEE
VERY SLOW RISES IN HUMIDITY VALUES THROUGH MIDWEEK. GUSTY WEST TO
SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL AFFECT THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERT AREAS...WITH
GUSTS GENERALLY UP TO 35 MPH BUT LOCALLY UP TO 45 MPH OVER THE
ANTELOPE VALLEY FOOTHILLS.

THE COMBINATION OF LOW HUMIDITIES AND GUSTY ONSHORE WINDS EACH
AFTERNOON AND EVENING PERIOD WILL BRING ELEVATED FIRE DANGER TO THE
MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS...ESPECIALLY IN THE ANTELOPE VALLEY AND ALONG
THE HIGHWAY 14 CORRIDOR. BRIEF CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS CAN
BE EXPECTED ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND ANTELOPE VALLEY EACH AFTERNOON
THROUGH TUESDAY. THERE WILL BE SOME MINOR AFTERNOON CLOUD BUILDUPS
OVER THE LOCAL MOUNTAINS THIS AFTERNOON DUE TO SOME RESIDUAL
MOISTURE AND INSTABILITY.

AS THE OFFSHORE LOW APPROACHES THE COAST OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY...INCREASING ONSHORE FLOW AND A DEEPENING
MARINE LAYER WILL BRING ADDITIONAL COOLING TO THE AREA AND
INCREASING HUMIDITIES.


$$

ECC031-061630-
ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST-
DISCUSSION FOR...LANCASTER ECC DISPATCH
329 PM PDT SUN JUL 5 2015

...ELEVATED FIRE DANGER ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND ANTELOPE VALLEY  EACH
AFTERNOON THROUGH TUESDAY DUE TO GUSTY ONSHORE WINDS AND LOW
HUMIDITIES...

A WEAK UPPER LEVEL LOW OFF THE COAST WILL BRING  CONTINUED ONSHORE
FLOW TO THE REGION THROUGH TUESDAY. A DEEP MARINE LAYER WILL ALLOW
LOW CLOUDS AND FOG TO PUSH WELL INLAND EACH OVERNIGHT
PERIOD...COVERING ALL COASTAL AREAS AND MOST VALLEY LOCATIONS.
HUMIDITIES IN COAST AND VALLEY AREAS WILL BE MODERATED BY THE MARINE
LAYER INFLUENCE...WHILE THE MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR DESERTS WILL SEE
VERY SLOW RISES IN HUMIDITY VALUES THROUGH MIDWEEK. GUSTY WEST TO
SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL AFFECT THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERT AREAS...WITH
GUSTS GENERALLY UP TO 35 MPH BUT LOCALLY UP TO 45 MPH OVER THE
ANTELOPE VALLEY FOOTHILLS.

THE COMBINATION OF LOW HUMIDITIES AND GUSTY ONSHORE WINDS EACH
AFTERNOON AND EVENING PERIOD WILL BRING ELEVATED FIRE DANGER TO THE
MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS...ESPECIALLY IN THE ANTELOPE VALLEY AND ALONG
THE HIGHWAY 14 CORRIDOR. BRIEF CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS CAN
BE EXPECTED ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND ANTELOPE VALLEY EACH AFTERNOON
THROUGH TUESDAY. THERE WILL BE SOME MINOR AFTERNOON CLOUD BUILDUPS
OVER THE LOCAL MOUNTAINS THIS AFTERNOON DUE TO SOME RESIDUAL
MOISTURE AND INSTABILITY.

AS THE OFFSHORE LOW APPROACHES THE COAST OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY...INCREASING ONSHORE FLOW AND A DEEPENING
MARINE LAYER WILL BRING ADDITIONAL COOLING TO THE AREA AND
INCREASING HUMIDITIES.


$$

ECC024-061630-
SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY-
DISCUSSION FOR...SAN LUIS OBISPO ECC DISPATCH
329 PM PDT SUN JUL 5 2015

...ELEVATED FIRE DANGER ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND ANTELOPE VALLEY  EACH
AFTERNOON THROUGH TUESDAY DUE TO GUSTY ONSHORE WINDS AND LOW
HUMIDITIES...

A WEAK UPPER LEVEL LOW OFF THE COAST WILL BRING  CONTINUED ONSHORE
FLOW TO THE REGION THROUGH TUESDAY. A DEEP MARINE LAYER WILL ALLOW
LOW CLOUDS AND FOG TO PUSH WELL INLAND EACH OVERNIGHT
PERIOD...COVERING ALL COASTAL AREAS AND MOST VALLEY LOCATIONS.
HUMIDITIES IN COAST AND VALLEY AREAS WILL BE MODERATED BY THE MARINE
LAYER INFLUENCE...WHILE THE MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR DESERTS WILL SEE
VERY SLOW RISES IN HUMIDITY VALUES THROUGH MIDWEEK. GUSTY WEST TO
SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL AFFECT THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERT AREAS...WITH
GUSTS GENERALLY UP TO 35 MPH BUT LOCALLY UP TO 45 MPH OVER THE
ANTELOPE VALLEY FOOTHILLS.

THE COMBINATION OF LOW HUMIDITIES AND GUSTY ONSHORE WINDS EACH
AFTERNOON AND EVENING PERIOD WILL BRING ELEVATED FIRE DANGER TO THE
MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS...ESPECIALLY IN THE ANTELOPE VALLEY AND ALONG
THE HIGHWAY 14 CORRIDOR. BRIEF CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS CAN
BE EXPECTED ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND ANTELOPE VALLEY EACH AFTERNOON
THROUGH TUESDAY. THERE WILL BE SOME MINOR AFTERNOON CLOUD BUILDUPS
OVER THE LOCAL MOUNTAINS THIS AFTERNOON DUE TO SOME RESIDUAL
MOISTURE AND INSTABILITY.

AS THE OFFSHORE LOW APPROACHES THE COAST OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY...INCREASING ONSHORE FLOW AND A DEEPENING
MARINE LAYER WILL BRING ADDITIONAL COOLING TO THE AREA AND
INCREASING HUMIDITIES.


$$

ECC032-061630-
VENTURA COUNTY EXCLUDING LOS PADRES NATIONAL FOREST-
DISCUSSION FOR...VENTURA ECC DISPATCH
329 PM PDT SUN JUL 5 2015

...ELEVATED FIRE DANGER ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND ANTELOPE VALLEY  EACH
AFTERNOON THROUGH TUESDAY DUE TO GUSTY ONSHORE WINDS AND LOW
HUMIDITIES...

A WEAK UPPER LEVEL LOW OFF THE COAST WILL BRING  CONTINUED ONSHORE
FLOW TO THE REGION THROUGH TUESDAY. A DEEP MARINE LAYER WILL ALLOW
LOW CLOUDS AND FOG TO PUSH WELL INLAND EACH OVERNIGHT
PERIOD...COVERING ALL COASTAL AREAS AND MOST VALLEY LOCATIONS.
HUMIDITIES IN COAST AND VALLEY AREAS WILL BE MODERATED BY THE MARINE
LAYER INFLUENCE...WHILE THE MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR DESERTS WILL SEE
VERY SLOW RISES IN HUMIDITY VALUES THROUGH MIDWEEK. GUSTY WEST TO
SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL AFFECT THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERT AREAS...WITH
GUSTS GENERALLY UP TO 35 MPH BUT LOCALLY UP TO 45 MPH OVER THE
ANTELOPE VALLEY FOOTHILLS.

THE COMBINATION OF LOW HUMIDITIES AND GUSTY ONSHORE WINDS EACH
AFTERNOON AND EVENING PERIOD WILL BRING ELEVATED FIRE DANGER TO THE
MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS...ESPECIALLY IN THE ANTELOPE VALLEY AND ALONG
THE HIGHWAY 14 CORRIDOR. BRIEF CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS CAN
BE EXPECTED ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND ANTELOPE VALLEY EACH AFTERNOON
THROUGH TUESDAY. THERE WILL BE SOME MINOR AFTERNOON CLOUD BUILDUPS
OVER THE LOCAL MOUNTAINS THIS AFTERNOON DUE TO SOME RESIDUAL
MOISTURE AND INSTABILITY.

AS THE OFFSHORE LOW APPROACHES THE COAST OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY...INCREASING ONSHORE FLOW AND A DEEPENING
MARINE LAYER WILL BRING ADDITIONAL COOLING TO THE AREA AND
INCREASING HUMIDITIES.


$$

ECC030-061630-
LOS ANGELES COUNTY EXCLUDING ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST-
DISCUSSION FOR...LOS ANGELES ECC DISPATCH
329 PM PDT SUN JUL 5 2015

...ELEVATED FIRE DANGER ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND ANTELOPE VALLEY  EACH
AFTERNOON THROUGH TUESDAY DUE TO GUSTY ONSHORE WINDS AND LOW
HUMIDITIES...

A WEAK UPPER LEVEL LOW OFF THE COAST WILL BRING  CONTINUED ONSHORE
FLOW TO THE REGION THROUGH TUESDAY. A DEEP MARINE LAYER WILL ALLOW
LOW CLOUDS AND FOG TO PUSH WELL INLAND EACH OVERNIGHT
PERIOD...COVERING ALL COASTAL AREAS AND MOST VALLEY LOCATIONS.
HUMIDITIES IN COAST AND VALLEY AREAS WILL BE MODERATED BY THE MARINE
LAYER INFLUENCE...WHILE THE MOUNTAINS AND INTERIOR DESERTS WILL SEE
VERY SLOW RISES IN HUMIDITY VALUES THROUGH MIDWEEK. GUSTY WEST TO
SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL AFFECT THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERT AREAS...WITH
GUSTS GENERALLY UP TO 35 MPH BUT LOCALLY UP TO 45 MPH OVER THE
ANTELOPE VALLEY FOOTHILLS.

THE COMBINATION OF LOW HUMIDITIES AND GUSTY ONSHORE WINDS EACH
AFTERNOON AND EVENING PERIOD WILL BRING ELEVATED FIRE DANGER TO THE
MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS...ESPECIALLY IN THE ANTELOPE VALLEY AND ALONG
THE HIGHWAY 14 CORRIDOR. BRIEF CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS CAN
BE EXPECTED ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND ANTELOPE VALLEY EACH AFTERNOON
THROUGH TUESDAY. THERE WILL BE SOME MINOR AFTERNOON CLOUD BUILDUPS
OVER THE LOCAL MOUNTAINS THIS AFTERNOON DUE TO SOME RESIDUAL
MOISTURE AND INSTABILITY.

AS THE OFFSHORE LOW APPROACHES THE COAST OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY...INCREASING ONSHORE FLOW AND A DEEPENING
MARINE LAYER WILL BRING ADDITIONAL COOLING TO THE AREA AND
INCREASING HUMIDITIES.


$$



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