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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
319 PM PST Sun Nov 19 2017

ECC029-201730-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
319 PM PST Sun Nov 19 2017

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

...Periods of Elevated Fire Weather Conditions Through the Week...

...Near Record-Breaking Heat Tuesday Through Thanksgiving Day...

A high pressure ridge will slowly build over southern California
through the week bringing periods of offshore winds and potential
record setting temperatures. Light offshore winds are expected
tonight with a slight improvement in humidity recoveries near the
ocean and valleys. However, it will remain very dry in the
mountains with recoveries of only 15 to 25 percent overnight.
There will be a weak Sundowner this evening and again Monday
evening along the Santa Barbara south coast. Gusts of 30-40 mph
will mainly be felt in canyons and passes west of Goleta tonight,
then expand toward Montecito and the nearby foothills for Monday
evening.

Expect humidities to remain low in the teens and local single digits
across the foothills and mountains of Ventura and Los Angeles
Counties on Monday afternoon. High clouds will continue to stream
across the region through the day. There will be an increase in
northerly flow Monday afternoon and night with gusts to 45 mph for
the mountains along the I-5 corridor and stretching southward to
the Santa Monica Mountains. The northerly winds will transition to
northeast by Tuesday morning, then decrease through Tuesday
afternoon. Humidities will actually be a little higher and mainly
in the 15-25 percent range on Tuesday. Temperatures will push well
into the 80s and lower 90s from the coast to the valleys and
foothills.

Temperatures will continue to climb on Wednesday and Thursday with
near record-breaking highs of 85 to 95 degrees and continued
offshore flow. The ridge will begin to break down on Friday with
several degrees of cooling and a return to a moist onshore flow.
The cooling trend will build next weekend.


...Discussion from Monterey...

A system will bring a chance of rain to our region especially for
Napa and Sonoma counties. At the same time a building ridge  of high
pressure will lead to a warming trend for next week along  with low
humidity readings. Rain chances will increase again by the end of
the week as the ridge moves off to the east.

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



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ECC028-201730-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
319 PM PST Sun Nov 19 2017

...Periods of Elevated Fire Weather Conditions Through the Week...

...Near Record-Breaking Heat Tuesday Through Thanksgiving Day...

A high pressure ridge will slowly build over southern California
through the week bringing periods of offshore winds and potential
record setting temperatures. Light offshore winds are expected
tonight with a slight improvement in humidity recoveries near the
ocean and valleys. However, it will remain very dry in the
mountains with recoveries of only 15 to 25 percent overnight.
There will be a weak Sundowner this evening and again Monday
evening along the Santa Barbara south coast. Gusts of 30-40 mph
will mainly be felt in canyons and passes west of Goleta tonight,
then expand toward Montecito and the nearby foothills for Monday
evening.

Expect humidities to remain low in the teens and local single digits
across the foothills and mountains of Ventura and Los Angeles
Counties on Monday afternoon. High clouds will continue to stream
across the region through the day. There will be an increase in
northerly flow Monday afternoon and night with gusts to 45 mph for
the mountains along the I-5 corridor and stretching southward to
the Santa Monica Mountains. The northerly winds will transition to
northeast by Tuesday morning, then decrease through Tuesday
afternoon. Humidities will actually be a little higher and mainly
in the 15-25 percent range on Tuesday. Temperatures will push well
into the 80s and lower 90s from the coast to the valleys and
foothills.

Temperatures will continue to climb on Wednesday and Thursday with
near record-breaking highs of 85 to 95 degrees and continued
offshore flow. The ridge will begin to break down on Friday with
several degrees of cooling and a return to a moist onshore flow.
The cooling trend will build next weekend.


$$

ECC031-201730-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
319 PM PST Sun Nov 19 2017

...Periods of Elevated Fire Weather Conditions Through the Week...

...Near Record-Breaking Heat Tuesday Through Thanksgiving Day...

A high pressure ridge will slowly build over southern California
through the week bringing periods of offshore winds and potential
record setting temperatures. Light offshore winds are expected
tonight with a slight improvement in humidity recoveries near the
ocean and valleys. However, it will remain very dry in the
mountains with recoveries of only 15 to 25 percent overnight.
There will be a weak Sundowner this evening and again Monday
evening along the Santa Barbara south coast. Gusts of 30-40 mph
will mainly be felt in canyons and passes west of Goleta tonight,
then expand toward Montecito and the nearby foothills for Monday
evening.

Expect humidities to remain low in the teens and local single digits
across the foothills and mountains of Ventura and Los Angeles
Counties on Monday afternoon. High clouds will continue to stream
across the region through the day. There will be an increase in
northerly flow Monday afternoon and night with gusts to 45 mph for
the mountains along the I-5 corridor and stretching southward to
the Santa Monica Mountains. The northerly winds will transition to
northeast by Tuesday morning, then decrease through Tuesday
afternoon. Humidities will actually be a little higher and mainly
in the 15-25 percent range on Tuesday. Temperatures will push well
into the 80s and lower 90s from the coast to the valleys and
foothills.

Temperatures will continue to climb on Wednesday and Thursday with
near record-breaking highs of 85 to 95 degrees and continued
offshore flow. The ridge will begin to break down on Friday with
several degrees of cooling and a return to a moist onshore flow.
The cooling trend will build next weekend.


$$

ECC024-201730-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
319 PM PST Sun Nov 19 2017

...Periods of Elevated Fire Weather Conditions Through the Week...

...Near Record-Breaking Heat Tuesday Through Thanksgiving Day...

A high pressure ridge will slowly build over southern California
through the week bringing periods of offshore winds and potential
record setting temperatures. Light offshore winds are expected
tonight with a slight improvement in humidity recoveries near the
ocean and valleys. However, it will remain very dry in the
mountains with recoveries of only 15 to 25 percent overnight.
There will be a weak Sundowner this evening and again Monday
evening along the Santa Barbara south coast. Gusts of 30-40 mph
will mainly be felt in canyons and passes west of Goleta tonight,
then expand toward Montecito and the nearby foothills for Monday
evening.

Expect humidities to remain low in the teens and local single
digits across the foothills and mountains of Ventura and Los
Angeles Counties on Monday afternoon. High clouds will continue to
stream across the region through the day. There will be an
increase in northerly flow Monday afternoon and night with gusts
to 45 mph for the mountains along the I-5 corridor and stretching
southward to the Santa Monica Mountains. The northerly winds will
transition to northeast by Tuesday morning, then decrease through
Tuesday afternoon. Humidities will actually be a little higher and
mainly in the 15-25 percent range on Tuesday. Temperatures will
push well into the 80s and lower 90s from the coast to the valleys
and foothills.

Temperatures will continue to climb on Wednesday and Thursday with
near record-breaking highs of 85 to 95 degrees and continued
offshore flow. The ridge will begin to break down on Friday with
several degrees of cooling and a return to a moist onshore flow.
The cooling trend will build next weekend.


$$

ECC032-201730-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
319 PM PST Sun Nov 19 2017

...Periods of Elevated Fire Weather Conditions Through the Week...

...Near Record-Breaking Heat Tuesday Through Thanksgiving Day...

A high pressure ridge will slowly build over southern California
through the week bringing periods of offshore winds and potential
record setting temperatures. Light offshore winds are expected
tonight with a slight improvement in humidity recoveries near the
ocean and valleys. However, it will remain very dry in the
mountains with recoveries of only 15 to 25 percent overnight.
There will be a weak Sundowner this evening and again Monday
evening along the Santa Barbara south coast. Gusts of 30-40 mph
will mainly be felt in canyons and passes west of Goleta tonight,
then expand toward Montecito and the nearby foothills for Monday
evening.

Expect humidities to remain low in the teens and local single
digits across the foothills and mountains of Ventura and Los
Angeles Counties on Monday afternoon. High clouds will continue to
stream across the region through the day. There will be an
increase in northerly flow Monday afternoon and night with gusts
to 45 mph for the mountains along the I-5 corridor and stretching
southward to the Santa Monica Mountains. The northerly winds will
transition to northeast by Tuesday morning, then decrease through
Tuesday afternoon. Humidities will actually be a little higher and
mainly in the 15-25 percent range on Tuesday. Temperatures will
push well into the 80s and lower 90s from the coast to the valleys
and foothills.

Temperatures will continue to climb on Wednesday and Thursday with
near record-breaking highs of 85 to 95 degrees and continued
offshore flow. The ridge will begin to break down on Friday with
several degrees of cooling and a return to a moist onshore flow.
The cooling trend will build next weekend.


$$

ECC030-201730-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
319 PM PST Sun Nov 19 2017

...Periods of Elevated Fire Weather Conditions Through the Week...

...Near Record-Breaking Heat Tuesday Through Thanksgiving Day...

A high pressure ridge will slowly build over southern California
through the week bringing periods of offshore winds and potential
record setting temperatures. Light offshore winds are expected
tonight with a slight improvement in humidity recoveries near the
ocean and valleys. However, it will remain very dry in the
mountains with recoveries of only 15 to 25 percent overnight.
There will be a weak Sundowner this evening and again Monday
evening along the Santa Barbara south coast. Gusts of 30-40 mph
will mainly be felt in canyons and passes west of Goleta tonight,
then expand toward Montecito and the nearby foothills for Monday
evening.

Expect humidities to remain low in the teens and local single
digits across the foothills and mountains of Ventura and Los
Angeles Counties on Monday afternoon. High clouds will continue to
stream across the region through the day. There will be an
increase in northerly flow Monday afternoon and night with gusts
to 45 mph for the mountains along the I-5 corridor and stretching
southward to the Santa Monica Mountains. The northerly winds will
transition to northeast by Tuesday morning, then decrease through
Tuesday afternoon. Humidities will actually be a little higher and
mainly in the 15-25 percent range on Tuesday. Temperatures will
push well into the 80s and lower 90s from the coast to the valleys
and foothills.

Temperatures will continue to climb on Wednesday and Thursday with
near record-breaking highs of 85 to 95 degrees and continued
offshore flow. The ridge will begin to break down on Friday with
several degrees of cooling and a return to a moist onshore flow.
The cooling trend will build next weekend.


$$



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