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WORK DISCUSSION FOR SAN DIEGO FIRE WEATHER ECC DISPATCH FORECASTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
127 PM PDT MON SEP 22 2014

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SUMMARY OF FWF DISCUSSIONS

Discussion from LAXFWFSGX


WARMER THROUGH WEDNESDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS ALOFT OVER THE
REGION. THE MARINE LAYER WILL PULL BACK TO THE IMMEDIATE COAST
RESULTING IN LOWER HUMIDITY FAR INLAND AND MUCH WARMER DAYS. SOME
MARINE INFLUENCE WILL CONTINUE CLOSER TO THE COAST WITH AFTERNOON
SEA BREEZES AND ONLY SLIGHTLY ABOVE AVERAGE TEMPERATURES. WINDS WILL
REMAIN LIGHT UNTIL LATE IN THE WEEK WHEN A PACIFIC TROUGH APPROACHES
FROM THE NORTHWEST. ONSHORE FLOW WILL INCREASE BY FRIDAY OVER THE
MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS...AND THE MARINE LAYER WILL BUILD BACK ONTO
THE COASTAL SLOPES AS WELL.


Discussion from LAXFWFLOX

THE MARINE LAYER WAS STARTING OUT QUITE A BIT
SHALLOWER THAN YESTERDAY WITH A QUICKER BURN OFF OF LOW CLOUDS
EXPECTED TODAY. TEMPERATURES WERE ALREADY RUNNING 6-12 DEGREES
WARMER IN MANY MOUNTAIN AND FOOTHILL AREAS AND EXPECT A WARMING
AND DRYING TREND FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS
ACROSS THE DISTRICT. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL PUSH WELL INTO THE 90S
ACROSS THE INTERIOR VALLEYS WITH HUMIDITIES LOWERING TO THE
TEENS...ESPECIALLY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. ISOLATED SINGLE DIGIT
HUMIDITIES WILL BE POSSIBLE ON THESE DAYS FOR THE FOOTHILLS...
MOUNTAINS...AND ANTELOPE VALLEY ALONG WITH POOR OVERNIGHT
RECOVERIES.

A LARGE UPPER LEVEL LOW PRESSURE TROUGH WILL SHIFT ACROSS THE
EASTERN PACIFIC OCEAN BY MIDWEEK. THIS STORM SYSTEM WILL BRING THE
FIRST EARLY SEASON RAINS TO NORTHERN CALIFORNIA LATE IN THE WEEK
AND WILL INCREASE SOUTHWEST ONSHORE FLOW ACROSS OUR FIRE DISTRICT.
EXPECT AN INCREASE IN HUMIDITIES AND COOLER TEMPERATURES STARTING
THURSDAY AND CONTINUING INTO NEXT WEEKEND.


Discussion from SFOFWFHNX

AN UPPER LEVEL RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD OVER
THE FOUR CORNERS REGION DURING THE NEXT FEW DAYS AND BRING DRY
WEATHER AND ABOVE NORMAL AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES TO THE DISTRICT
THROUGH WEDNESDAY. WINDS WILL GENERALLY BE LIGHT AND TERRAIN DRIVEN
THROUGH MIDWEEK WITH LITTLE DIURNAL CHANGE IN HUMIDITIES. AN UPPER
LEVEL TROUGH WILL DEEPEN OVER THE EASTERN PACIFIC LATER IN THE WEEK
AND INITIATE A COOLING TREND THURSDAY ALONG WITH AN INCREASE IN
ONSHORE FLOW.



Discussion from RNOFWFVEF

HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD ACROSS THE AREA PROVIDING DRY
CONDITIONS AND ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES THE FIRST HALF OF THE WEEK.
A SIGNIFICANT COOLING TREND AND UNSETTLED WEATHER CAN BE EXPECTED
GOING INTO THE WEEKEND AS A PACIFIC LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVES INTO
THE WESTERN STATES.


Discussion from PHXFWFPSR


DRIER AIR OVERSPREADING THE REGION WILL KEEP THUNDERSTORM CHANCES
LIMITED TO THE HIGHER TERRAIN EAST OF PHOENIX ARIZONA THROUGH
TONIGHT...THEN TO JUST THE VERY HIGHEST ELEVATIONS OF EXTREME EASTERN
ARIZONA ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. MINIMUM HUMIDITY LEVELS ACROSS THE
LOWER DESERTS WILL FALL MAINLY INTO THE 15-25 PERCENT RANGE THROUGH
THE MIDDLE OF THE WEEK. WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN ON THE LIGHT
SIDE...WITH SOME LOCAL GUSTS ON THE UPPER SLOPES AND RIDGES DURING
THE AFTERNOON HOURS.

...THUNDERSTORMS IMPLY GUSTY WINDS...

NOTE...ADDITIONAL FIRE WEATHER FORECAST INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND
IN THE AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION. SEE PRODUCT PHXAFDPSR.


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ECC033-230827-

DISCUSSION FOR ORANGE ECC DISPATCH
127 PM PDT MON SEP 22 2014


WARMER THROUGH WEDNESDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS ALOFT OVER THE
REGION. THE MARINE LAYER WILL PULL BACK TO THE IMMEDIATE COAST
RESULTING IN LOWER HUMIDITY FAR INLAND AND MUCH WARMER DAYS. SOME
MARINE INFLUENCE WILL CONTINUE CLOSER TO THE COAST WITH AFTERNOON
SEA BREEZES AND ONLY SLIGHTLY ABOVE AVERAGE TEMPERATURES. WINDS WILL
REMAIN LIGHT UNTIL LATE IN THE WEEK WHEN A PACIFIC TROUGH APPROACHES
FROM THE NORTHWEST. ONSHORE FLOW WILL INCREASE BY FRIDAY OVER THE
MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS...AND THE MARINE LAYER WILL BUILD BACK ONTO
THE COASTAL SLOPES AS WELL.

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ECC034-230827-

DISCUSSION FOR RIVERSIDE ECC DISPATCH
127 PM PDT MON SEP 22 2014


WARMER THROUGH WEDNESDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS ALOFT OVER THE
REGION. THE MARINE LAYER WILL PULL BACK TO THE IMMEDIATE COAST
RESULTING IN LOWER HUMIDITY FAR INLAND AND MUCH WARMER DAYS. SOME
MARINE INFLUENCE WILL CONTINUE CLOSER TO THE COAST WITH AFTERNOON
SEA BREEZES AND ONLY SLIGHTLY ABOVE AVERAGE TEMPERATURES. WINDS WILL
REMAIN LIGHT UNTIL LATE IN THE WEEK WHEN A PACIFIC TROUGH APPROACHES
FROM THE NORTHWEST. ONSHORE FLOW WILL INCREASE BY FRIDAY OVER THE
MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS...AND THE MARINE LAYER WILL BUILD BACK ONTO
THE COASTAL SLOPES AS WELL.

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ECC035-230827-

DISCUSSION FOR MONTE VISTA ECC DISPATCH
127 PM PDT MON SEP 22 2014


WARMER THROUGH WEDNESDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS ALOFT OVER THE
REGION. THE MARINE LAYER WILL PULL BACK TO THE IMMEDIATE COAST
RESULTING IN LOWER HUMIDITY FAR INLAND AND MUCH WARMER DAYS. SOME
MARINE INFLUENCE WILL CONTINUE CLOSER TO THE COAST WITH AFTERNOON
SEA BREEZES AND ONLY SLIGHTLY ABOVE AVERAGE TEMPERATURES. WINDS WILL
REMAIN LIGHT UNTIL LATE IN THE WEEK WHEN A PACIFIC TROUGH APPROACHES
FROM THE NORTHWEST. ONSHORE FLOW WILL INCREASE BY FRIDAY OVER THE
MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS...AND THE MARINE LAYER WILL BUILD BACK ONTO
THE COASTAL SLOPES AS WELL.

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