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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
345 PM PST Wed Feb 21 2018

ECC029-221745-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
345 PM PST Wed Feb 21 2018

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

...COOL AND BREEZY TO WINDY WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND  MAINLY
MOUNTAIN SNOW SHOWERS EXPECTED THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY...

Fair and cool conditions will prevail across the region tonight. A
broad upper level trough of low pressure will move into California
Thursday through Friday morning with breezy to windy conditions and
continued unseasonably cool temperatures across the region. There
will also be a slight chance of showers over parts of the region
Thursday, and mainly over San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties
 and the north mountain slopes of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties
Thursday night. A few lingering rain and snow showers should then
occur mainly on the north slopes Friday morning. Snow levels should
bottom out around 2500 feet later Thursday night into early Friday
morning. This will bring the possibility of snow showers in the
hills of the San Luis Obispo County interior valleys, Santa Ynez
Valley  and Central Coast Thursday night. Gusty northwest to north
winds will persist across much of the region from Thursday afternoon
through  Friday. Moderate humidities can be expected on Thursday
then lower  into the high teens and 20s for many areas on Friday.

Dry weather can be expected Saturday through Monday, although
another upper level trough will likely bring some cloudiness to
northern  areas on Monday. Gusty mainly northwest to north winds
will prevail  for much of the region Saturday and Sunday as well.
Humidities should  lower further during the weekend with widespread
teens likely,  resulting in the potential for elevated fire weather
concerns.


...Discussion from Monterey...

A cool and unsettled weather pattern will continue through the end
of the week. There is a chance of showers  Thursday and Thursday
evening, along with a slight chance of  thunderstorms. Snow levels
will drop as low as 1800 feet by late  Thursday. In addition,
blustery conditions will develop on  Thursday with northwest winds
expected to gust as high as 45 mph  along the coast and in the
hills. Clearing is expected by late  Thursday night and winds will
diminish. Expect a couple of cold  nights Thursday night and Friday
night with temperatures dropping  a bit below freezing in the
coldest valleys. Dry and slightly  warmer weather is forecast for
the weekend. A cold and  potentially wetter system is forecast to
move in from the north  next Monday.

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
345 PM PST Wed Feb 21 2018

...COOL AND BREEZY TO WINDY WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND  MAINLY
MOUNTAIN SNOW SHOWERS EXPECTED THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY...

Fair and cool conditions will prevail across the region tonight. A
broad upper level trough of low pressure will move into California
Thursday through Friday morning with breezy to windy conditions and
continued unseasonably cool temperatures across the region. There
will also be a slight chance of showers over parts of the region
Thursday, and mainly over San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties
 and the north mountain slopes of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties
Thursday night. A few lingering rain and snow showers should then
occur mainly on the north slopes Friday morning. Snow levels should
bottom out around 2500 feet later Thursday night into early Friday
morning. This will bring the possibility of snow showers in the
hills of the San Luis Obispo County interior valleys, Santa Ynez
Valley  and Central Coast Thursday night. Gusty northwest to north
winds will persist across much of the region from Thursday afternoon
through  Friday. Moderate humidities can be expected on Thursday
then lower  into the high teens and 20s for many areas on Friday.

Dry weather can be expected Saturday through Monday, although
another upper level trough will likely bring some cloudiness to
northern  areas on Monday. Gusty mainly northwest to north winds
will prevail  for much of the region Saturday and Sunday as well.
Humidities should  lower further during the weekend with widespread
teens likely,  resulting in the potential for elevated fire weather
concerns.


$$

ECC031-221745-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
345 PM PST Wed Feb 21 2018

...COOL AND BREEZY TO WINDY WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND  MAINLY
MOUNTAIN SNOW SHOWERS EXPECTED THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY...

Fair and cool conditions will prevail across the region tonight. A
broad upper level trough of low pressure will move into California
Thursday through Friday morning with breezy to windy conditions and
continued unseasonably cool temperatures across the region. There
will also be a slight chance of showers over parts of the region
Thursday, and mainly over San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties
 and the north mountain slopes of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties
Thursday night. A few lingering rain and snow showers should then
occur mainly on the north slopes Friday morning. Snow levels should
bottom out around 2500 feet later Thursday night into early Friday
morning. This will bring the possibility of snow showers in the
hills of the San Luis Obispo County interior valleys, Santa Ynez
Valley  and Central Coast Thursday night. Gusty northwest to north
winds will persist across much of the region from Thursday afternoon
through  Friday. Moderate humidities can be expected on Thursday
then lower  into the high teens and 20s for many areas on Friday.

Dry weather can be expected Saturday through Monday, although
another upper level trough will likely bring some cloudiness to
northern  areas on Monday. Gusty mainly northwest to north winds
will prevail  for much of the region Saturday and Sunday as well.
Humidities should  lower further during the weekend with widespread
teens likely,  resulting in the potential for elevated fire weather
concerns.


$$

ECC024-221745-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
345 PM PST Wed Feb 21 2018

...COOL AND BREEZY TO WINDY WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND  MAINLY
MOUNTAIN SNOW SHOWERS EXPECTED THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY...

Fair and cool conditions will prevail across the region tonight. A
broad upper level trough of low pressure will move into California
Thursday through Friday morning with breezy to windy conditions and
continued unseasonably cool temperatures across the region. There
will also be a slight chance of showers over parts of the region
Thursday, and mainly over San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties
 and the north mountain slopes of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties
Thursday night. A few lingering rain and snow showers should then
occur mainly on the north slopes Friday morning. Snow levels should
bottom out around 2500 feet later Thursday night into early Friday
morning. This will bring the possibility of snow showers in the
hills of the San Luis Obispo County interior valleys, Santa Ynez
Valley  and Central Coast Thursday night. Gusty northwest to north
winds will persist across much of the region from Thursday afternoon
through  Friday. Moderate humidities can be expected on Thursday
then lower  into the high teens and 20s for many areas on Friday.

Dry weather can be expected Saturday through Monday, although
another upper level trough will likely bring some cloudiness to
northern  areas on Monday. Gusty mainly northwest to north winds
will prevail  for much of the region Saturday and Sunday as well.
Humidities should  lower further during the weekend with widespread
teens likely,  resulting in the potential for elevated fire weather
concerns.


$$

ECC032-221745-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
345 PM PST Wed Feb 21 2018

...COOL AND BREEZY TO WINDY WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND  MAINLY
MOUNTAIN SNOW SHOWERS EXPECTED THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY...

Fair and cool conditions will prevail across the region tonight. A
broad upper level trough of low pressure will move into California
Thursday through Friday morning with breezy to windy conditions and
continued unseasonably cool temperatures across the region. There
will also be a slight chance of showers over parts of the region
Thursday, and mainly over San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties
 and the north mountain slopes of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties
Thursday night. A few lingering rain and snow showers should then
occur mainly on the north slopes Friday morning. Snow levels should
bottom out around 2500 feet later Thursday night into early Friday
morning. This will bring the possibility of snow showers in the
hills of the San Luis Obispo County interior valleys, Santa Ynez
Valley  and Central Coast Thursday night. Gusty northwest to north
winds will persist across much of the region from Thursday afternoon
through  Friday. Moderate humidities can be expected on Thursday
then lower  into the high teens and 20s for many areas on Friday.

Dry weather can be expected Saturday through Monday, although
another upper level trough will likely bring some cloudiness to
northern  areas on Monday. Gusty mainly northwest to north winds
will prevail  for much of the region Saturday and Sunday as well.
Humidities should  lower further during the weekend with widespread
teens likely,  resulting in the potential for elevated fire weather
concerns.


$$

ECC030-221745-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
345 PM PST Wed Feb 21 2018

...COOL AND BREEZY TO WINDY WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND  MAINLY
MOUNTAIN SNOW SHOWERS EXPECTED THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY...

Fair and cool conditions will prevail across the region tonight. A
broad upper level trough of low pressure will move into California
Thursday through Friday morning with breezy to windy conditions and
continued unseasonably cool temperatures across the region. There
will also be a slight chance of showers over parts of the region
Thursday, and mainly over San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties
 and the north mountain slopes of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties
Thursday night. A few lingering rain and snow showers should then
occur mainly on the north slopes Friday morning. Snow levels should
bottom out around 2500 feet later Thursday night into early Friday
morning. This will bring the possibility of snow showers in the
hills of the San Luis Obispo County interior valleys, Santa Ynez
Valley  and Central Coast Thursday night. Gusty northwest to north
winds will persist across much of the region from Thursday afternoon
through  Friday. Moderate humidities can be expected on Thursday
then lower  into the high teens and 20s for many areas on Friday.

Dry weather can be expected Saturday through Monday, although
another upper level trough will likely bring some cloudiness to
northern  areas on Monday. Gusty mainly northwest to north winds
will prevail  for much of the region Saturday and Sunday as well.
Humidities should  lower further during the weekend with widespread
teens likely,  resulting in the potential for elevated fire weather
concerns.


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