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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
328 PM PDT Fri Jul 21 2017

ECC029-221630-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
328 PM PDT Fri Jul 21 2017

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

...Elevated fire weather conditions inland through Saturday...

...Slight chance of thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday mainly
mountains and deserts...

A warming and drying trend will continue across the area through
Saturday. Humidity values will fall into the teens across the
mountains, deserts, and interior valleys, with isolated single
digits likely. A northwesterly pressure gradient will generate some
locally gusty northwest to north winds across the Santa Ynez range
and the Interstate 5 corridor. Wind gusts to around 35 mph will be
possible this evening, especially around the Refugio area.
Meanwhile, typical gusty onshore winds are expected across the
Highway 14 corridor during the afternoon and evening hours through
Saturday. The combination of gusty winds,  warm temperatures, and
and low relative humidity will bring elevated fire weather
conditions to these areas through Saturday.

For Sunday, a slight cooling trend is expected with an associated
slight increase in relative humidity. There is the potential for a
more significant surge of monsoonal moisture on Monday, bringing a
slight chance of showers and thunderstorms across the mountains and
deserts, with a 10 percent possibility of showers and thunderstorms
across coastal and valley areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
By Tuesday afternoon, the slight chance of thunderstorms will once
again be confined to the mountains and deserts.


...Discussion from Monterey...

Building high pressure will lead to a warming and drying trend this
weekend. The warmest and driest conditions will be across the
interior and above the marine layer. Daily sea breezes will result
in gusty afternoon winds in gaps and passes. Cooler weather returns
next week. There is also a chance for some monsoonal to move into
the region early next week, but confidence is low at this time.

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



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ECC028-221630-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
328 PM PDT Fri Jul 21 2017

A warming and drying trend will continue across the area through
Saturday. Humidity values will fall into the teens across the
mountains, deserts, and interior valleys, with isolated single
digits likely. A northwesterly pressure gradient will generate some
locally gusty northwest to north winds across the Santa Ynez range
and the Interstate 5 corridor. Wind gusts to around 35 mph will be
possible this evening, especially around the Refugio area.
Meanwhile, typical gusty onshore winds are expected across the
Highway 14 corridor during the afternoon and evening hours through
Saturday. The combination of gusty winds,  warm temperatures, and
and low relative humidity will bring elevated fire weather
conditions to these areas through Saturday.

For Sunday, a slight cooling trend is expected with an associated
slight increase in relative humidity. There is the potential for a
more significant surge of monsoonal moisture on Monday, bringing a
slight chance of showers and thunderstorms across the mountains and
deserts, with a 10 percent possibility of showers and thunderstorms
across coastal and valley areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
By Tuesday afternoon, the slight chance of thunderstorms will once
again be confined to the mountains and deserts.


$$

ECC031-221630-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
328 PM PDT Fri Jul 21 2017

...Elevated fire weather conditions inland through Saturday...

...Slight chance of thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday mainly
mountains and deserts...

A warming and drying trend will continue across the area through
Saturday. Humidity values will fall into the teens across the
mountains, deserts, and interior valleys, with isolated single
digits likely. A northwesterly pressure gradient will generate some
locally gusty northwest to north winds across the Santa Ynez range
and the Interstate 5 corridor. Wind gusts to around 35 mph will be
possible this evening, especially around the Refugio area.
Meanwhile, typical gusty onshore winds are expected across the
Highway 14 corridor during the afternoon and evening hours through
Saturday. The combination of gusty winds,  warm temperatures, and
and low relative humidity will bring elevated fire weather
conditions to these areas through Saturday.

For Sunday, a slight cooling trend is expected with an associated
slight increase in relative humidity. There is the potential for a
more significant surge of monsoonal moisture on Monday, bringing a
slight chance of showers and thunderstorms across the mountains and
deserts, with a 10 percent possibility of showers and thunderstorms
across coastal and valley areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
By Tuesday afternoon, the slight chance of thunderstorms will once
again be confined to the mountains and deserts.


$$

ECC024-221630-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
328 PM PDT Fri Jul 21 2017

...Elevated fire weather conditions inland through Saturday...

...Slight chance of thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday mainly
mountains and deserts...

A warming and drying trend will continue across the area through
Saturday. Humidity values will fall into the teens across the
mountains, deserts, and interior valleys, with isolated single
digits likely. A northwesterly pressure gradient will generate some
locally gusty northwest to north winds across the Santa Ynez range
and the Interstate 5 corridor. Wind gusts to around 35 mph will be
possible this evening, especially around the Refugio area.
Meanwhile, typical gusty onshore winds are expected across the
Highway 14 corridor during the afternoon and evening hours through
Saturday. The combination of gusty winds,  warm temperatures, and
and low relative humidity will bring elevated fire weather
conditions to these areas through Saturday.

For Sunday, a slight cooling trend is expected with an associated
slight increase in relative humidity. There is the potential for a
more significant surge of monsoonal moisture on Monday, bringing a
slight chance of showers and thunderstorms across the mountains and
deserts, with a 10 percent possibility of showers and thunderstorms
across coastal and valley areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
By Tuesday afternoon, the slight chance of thunderstorms will once
again be confined to the mountains and deserts.


$$

ECC032-221630-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
328 PM PDT Fri Jul 21 2017

...Elevated fire weather conditions inland through Saturday...

...Slight chance of thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday mainly
mountains and deserts...

A warming and drying trend will continue across the area through
Saturday. Humidity values will fall into the teens across the
mountains, deserts, and interior valleys, with isolated single
digits likely. A northwesterly pressure gradient will generate some
locally gusty northwest to north winds across the Santa Ynez range
and the Interstate 5 corridor. Wind gusts to around 35 mph will be
possible this evening, especially around the Refugio area.
Meanwhile, typical gusty onshore winds are expected across the
Highway 14 corridor during the afternoon and evening hours through
Saturday. The combination of gusty winds,  warm temperatures, and
and low relative humidity will bring elevated fire weather
conditions to these areas through Saturday.

For Sunday, a slight cooling trend is expected with an associated
slight increase in relative humidity. There is the potential for a
more significant surge of monsoonal moisture on Monday, bringing a
slight chance of showers and thunderstorms across the mountains and
deserts, with a 10 percent possibility of showers and thunderstorms
across coastal and valley areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
By Tuesday afternoon, the slight chance of thunderstorms will once
again be confined to the mountains and deserts.


$$

ECC030-221630-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
328 PM PDT Fri Jul 21 2017

...Elevated fire weather conditions inland through Saturday...

...Slight chance of thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday mainly
mountains and deserts...

A warming and drying trend will continue across the area through
Saturday. Humidity values will fall into the teens across the
mountains, deserts, and interior valleys, with isolated single
digits likely. A northwesterly pressure gradient will generate some
locally gusty northwest to north winds across the Santa Ynez range
and the Interstate 5 corridor. Wind gusts to around 35 mph will be
possible this evening, especially around the Refugio area.
Meanwhile, typical gusty onshore winds are expected across the
Highway 14 corridor during the afternoon and evening hours through
Saturday. The combination of gusty winds,  warm temperatures, and
and low relative humidity will bring elevated fire weather
conditions to these areas through Saturday.

For Sunday, a slight cooling trend is expected with an associated
slight increase in relative humidity. There is the potential for a
more significant surge of monsoonal moisture on Monday, bringing a
slight chance of showers and thunderstorms across the mountains and
deserts, with a 10 percent possibility of showers and thunderstorms
across coastal and valley areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
By Tuesday afternoon, the slight chance of thunderstorms will once
again be confined to the mountains and deserts.


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