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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
755 AM PDT Tue Sep 19 2017

ECC029-200900-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
755 AM PDT Tue Sep 19 2017

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

...Elevated fire danger possible next Sunday through early next week
across portions of Southwest California due to weak offshore  flow
with warmer and drier conditions...

A upper level low pressure system will linger over the West Coast
through the upcoming week. This pattern will maintain a deep marine
inversion across the area, resulting in below normal  temperatures
and varying amounts of night and morning low clouds and  fog across
the coasts and valleys. Onshore/westerly winds will  generally
prevail through the week. However from tonight through Friday, the
upper trough will deepen which will produce some gusty northwest to
north wind across the usual spots (Santa Ynez Range and
I-5 Corridor)  with gusts between 35 and 45 mph possible.

For next weekend and into early next week, the upper level trough
will move to the east while surface high pressure builds into  the
Great Basin. This pattern may result in elevated fire danger across
Southwestern California due to locally gusty offshore winds and
warmer and drier conditions.


...Discussion from Monterey...

An upper level trough over the Pacific Northwest will bring cool and
breezy conditions to the area through much of this week. A strong
shortwave trough will move through the area Wednesday morning
bringing a slight chance of rain to the far North Bay. Cool and
breezy conditions will prevail Wednesday and Thursday as the trough
deepens over the interior.

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



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ECC028-200900-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
755 AM PDT Tue Sep 19 2017

...Elevated fire danger possible next Sunday through early next week
across portions of Southwest California due to weak offshore  flow
with warmer and drier conditions...

A upper level low pressure system will linger over the West Coast
through the upcoming week. This pattern will maintain a deep marine
inversion across the area, resulting in below normal  temperatures
and varying amounts of night and morning low clouds and  fog across
the coasts and valleys. Onshore/westerly winds will  generally
prevail through the week. However from tonight through Friday, the
upper trough will deepen which will produce some gusty northwest to
north wind across the usual spots (Santa Ynez Range and
I-5 Corridor)  with gusts between 35 and 45 mph possible.

For next weekend and into early next week, the upper level trough
will move to the east while surface high pressure builds into  the
Great Basin. This pattern may result in elevated fire danger across
Southwestern California due to locally gusty offshore winds and
warmer and drier conditions.


$$

ECC031-200900-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
755 AM PDT Tue Sep 19 2017

...Elevated fire danger possible next Sunday through early next week
across portions of Southwest California due to weak offshore  flow
with warmer and drier conditions...

A upper level low pressure system will linger over the West Coast
through the upcoming week. This pattern will maintain a deep marine
inversion across the area, resulting in below normal  temperatures
and varying amounts of night and morning low clouds and  fog across
the coasts and valleys. Onshore/westerly winds will  generally
prevail through the week. However from tonight through Friday, the
upper trough will deepen which will produce some gusty northwest to
north wind across the usual spots (Santa Ynez Range and
I-5 Corridor)  with gusts between 35 and 45 mph possible.

For next weekend and into early next week, the upper level trough
will move to the east while surface high pressure builds into  the
Great Basin. This pattern may result in elevated fire danger across
Southwestern California due to locally gusty offshore winds and
warmer and drier conditions.


$$

ECC024-200900-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
755 AM PDT Tue Sep 19 2017

...Elevated fire danger possible next Sunday through early next week
across portions of Southwest California due to weak offshore  flow
with warmer and drier conditions...

A upper level low pressure system will linger over the West Coast
through the upcoming week. This pattern will maintain a deep marine
inversion across the area, resulting in below normal  temperatures
and varying amounts of night and morning low clouds and  fog across
the coasts and valleys. Onshore/westerly winds will  generally
prevail through the week. However from tonight through Friday, the
upper trough will deepen which will produce some gusty northwest to
north wind across the usual spots (Santa Ynez Range and
I-5 Corridor)  with gusts between 35 and 45 mph possible.

For next weekend and into early next week, the upper level trough
will move to the east while surface high pressure builds into  the
Great Basin. This pattern may result in elevated fire danger across
Southwestern California due to locally gusty offshore winds and
warmer and drier conditions.


$$

ECC032-200900-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
755 AM PDT Tue Sep 19 2017

...Elevated fire danger possible next Sunday through early next week
across portions of Southwest California due to weak offshore  flow
with warmer and drier conditions...

A upper level low pressure system will linger over the West Coast
through the upcoming week. This pattern will maintain a deep marine
inversion across the area, resulting in below normal  temperatures
and varying amounts of night and morning low clouds and  fog across
the coasts and valleys. Onshore/westerly winds will  generally
prevail through the week. However from tonight through Friday, the
upper trough will deepen which will produce some gusty northwest to
north wind across the usual spots (Santa Ynez Range and
I-5 Corridor)  with gusts between 35 and 45 mph possible.

For next weekend and into early next week, the upper level trough
will move to the east while surface high pressure builds into  the
Great Basin. This pattern may result in elevated fire danger across
Southwestern California due to locally gusty offshore winds and
warmer and drier conditions.


$$

ECC030-200900-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
755 AM PDT Tue Sep 19 2017

...Elevated fire danger possible next Sunday through early next week
across portions of Southwest California due to weak offshore  flow
with warmer and drier conditions...

A upper level low pressure system will linger over the West Coast
through the upcoming week. This pattern will maintain a deep marine
inversion across the area, resulting in below normal  temperatures
and varying amounts of night and morning low clouds and  fog across
the coasts and valleys. Onshore/westerly winds will  generally
prevail through the week. However from tonight through Friday, the
upper trough will deepen which will produce some gusty northwest to
north wind across the usual spots (Santa Ynez Range and
I-5 Corridor)  with gusts between 35 and 45 mph possible.

For next weekend and into early next week, the upper level trough
will move to the east while surface high pressure builds into  the
Great Basin. This pattern may result in elevated fire danger across
Southwestern California due to locally gusty offshore winds and
warmer and drier conditions.


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