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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
956 AM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

ECC029-271100-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
956 AM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

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

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR AREAS THROUGH
TUESDAY...

Strong high pressure centered over the desert southwest continues to
bring very warm and dry conditions across much of the area as
minimum relative humidities of 15 percent or less are forecast today
 across all but the coastal and nearby valley areas. Observations
this morning indicating a broad area of lower teens and single
digits  across much of the Los Angeles County mountains and the
Antelope  Valley foothills. West and southwest winds over these dry
areas are  also gusting in the 20 to 30 mph range and will likely
increase over  the course of the afternoon. Potential for red flag
conditions in  portions of the Antelope Valley, the Los Angeles
County mountains,  and the Santa Clarita Valley still remain a
possibility, the greatest chances over a 4 to 6 hour period later
this afternoon and evening.  Areas of the highest potential are
across the Los Angeles County  Mountains and adjacent areas of the
Antelope Valley, while potential  is lesser in the Santa Clarita
Valley. Westerly winds should begin to subside later in the evening
along with an bump up in relative humidity.

Cooler temperatures and slightly improved minimum relative
humidities are expected for Tuesday, although fire weather
conditions are expected to remain elevated primarily through the Los
Angeles  County mountains.

Another area to monitor later this afternoon and evening is through
the Santa Ynez Range and foothill areas of the Santa Barbara South
Coast where dry air moved in overnight due to increasing north and
northwest winds. Northwest wind gusts of 30 to 40 mph with relative
humidities in the lower teens are expected primarily over the
western portion of the south coast and mountains this evening to
bring at  least elevated fire weather conditions to that area.

Wednesday through Friday...the weak trough over the West Coast along
with a deepening marine layer will bring a cooling trend to the area
along with increasing night to morning low clouds and fog. By Friday
overnight low clouds are likely to spread inland to the lower
mountain slopes.


...Discussion from Monterey...

Cooler temperatures can be expected today and Tuesday as the ridge
of high pressure that had been overhead continues to progress to the
east. Temperatures are forecast to  warm a few degrees for Wednesday
and Thursday as a ridge rebuilds into our region. Aside from coastal
drizzle, no precipitation is  forecast for the next 7 days. Humidity
recoveries will generally be very good to excellent most mornings.

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



$$

ECC028-271100-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
956 AM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR AREAS THROUGH
TUESDAY...

Strong high pressure centered over the desert southwest continues to
bring very warm and dry conditions across much of the area as
minimum relative humidities of 15 percent or less are forecast today
 across all but the coastal and nearby valley areas. Observations
this morning indicating a broad area of lower teens and single
digits  across much of the Los Angeles County mountains and the
Antelope  Valley foothills. West and southwest winds over these dry
areas are  also gusting in the 20 to 30 mph range and will likely
increase over  the course of the afternoon. Potential for red flag
conditions in  portions of the Antelope Valley, the Los Angeles
County mountains,  and the Santa Clarita Valley still remain a
possibility, the greatest chances over a 4 to 6 hour period later
this afternoon and evening.  Areas of the highest potential are
across the Los Angeles County  Mountains and adjacent areas of the
Antelope Valley, while potential  is lesser in the Santa Clarita
Valley. Westerly winds should begin to subside later in the evening
along with an bump up in relative humidity.

Cooler temperatures and slightly improved minimum relative
humidities are expected for Tuesday, although fire weather
conditions are expected to remain elevated primarily through the Los
Angeles  County mountains.

Another area to monitor later this afternoon and evening is through
the Santa Ynez Range and foothill areas of the Santa Barbara South
Coast where dry air moved in overnight due to increasing north and
northwest winds. Northwest wind gusts of 30 to 40 mph with relative
humidities in the lower teens are expected primarily over the
western portion of the south coast and mountains this evening to
bring at  least elevated fire weather conditions to that area.

Wednesday through Friday...the weak trough over the West Coast along
with a deepening marine layer will bring a cooling trend to the area
along with increasing night to morning low clouds and fog. By Friday
overnight low clouds are likely to spread inland to the lower
mountain slopes.


$$

ECC031-271100-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
956 AM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR AREAS THROUGH
TUESDAY...

Strong high pressure centered over the desert southwest continues to
bring very warm and dry conditions across much of the area as
minimum relative humidities of 15 percent or less are forecast today
 across all but the coastal and nearby valley areas. Observations
this morning indicating a broad area of lower teens and single
digits  across much of the Los Angeles County mountains and the
Antelope  Valley foothills. West and southwest winds over these dry
areas are  also gusting in the 20 to 30 mph range and will likely
increase over  the course of the afternoon. Potential for red flag
conditions in  portions of the Antelope Valley, the Los Angeles
County mountains,  and the Santa Clarita Valley still remain a
possibility, the greatest chances over a 4 to 6 hour period later
this afternoon and evening.  Areas of the highest potential are
across the Los Angeles County  Mountains and adjacent areas of the
Antelope Valley, while potential  is lesser in the Santa Clarita
Valley. Westerly winds should begin to subside later in the evening
along with an bump up in relative humidity.

Cooler temperatures and slightly improved minimum relative
humidities are expected for Tuesday, although fire weather
conditions are expected to remain elevated primarily through the Los
Angeles  County mountains.

Another area to monitor later this afternoon and evening is through
the Santa Ynez Range and foothill areas of the Santa Barbara South
Coast where dry air moved in overnight due to increasing north and
northwest winds. Northwest wind gusts of 30 to 40 mph with relative
humidities in the lower teens are expected primarily over the
western portion of the south coast and mountains this evening to
bring at  least elevated fire weather conditions to that area.

Wednesday through Friday...the weak trough over the West Coast along
with a deepening marine layer will bring a cooling trend to the area
along with increasing night to morning low clouds and fog. By Friday
overnight low clouds are likely to spread inland to the lower
mountain slopes.


$$

ECC024-271100-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
956 AM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR AREAS THROUGH
TUESDAY...

Strong high pressure centered over the desert southwest continues to
bring very warm and dry conditions across much of the area as
minimum relative humidities of 15 percent or less are forecast today
 across all but the coastal and nearby valley areas. Observations
this morning indicating a broad area of lower teens and single
digits  across much of the Los Angeles County mountains and the
Antelope  Valley foothills. West and southwest winds over these dry
areas are  also gusting in the 20 to 30 mph range and will likely
increase over  the course of the afternoon. Potential for red flag
conditions in  portions of the Antelope Valley, the Los Angeles
County mountains,  and the Santa Clarita Valley still remain a
possibility, the greatest chances over a 4 to 6 hour period later
this afternoon and evening.  Areas of the highest potential are
across the Los Angeles County  Mountains and adjacent areas of the
Antelope Valley, while potential  is lesser in the Santa Clarita
Valley. Westerly winds should begin to subside later in the evening
along with an bump up in relative humidity.

Cooler temperatures and slightly improved minimum relative
humidities are expected for Tuesday, although fire weather
conditions are expected to remain elevated primarily through the Los
Angeles  County mountains.

Another area to monitor later this afternoon and evening is through
the Santa Ynez Range and foothill areas of the Santa Barbara South
Coast where dry air moved in overnight due to increasing north and
northwest winds. Northwest wind gusts of 30 to 40 mph with relative
humidities in the lower teens are expected primarily over the
western portion of the south coast and mountains this evening to
bring at  least elevated fire weather conditions to that area.

Wednesday through Friday...the weak trough over the West Coast along
with a deepening marine layer will bring a cooling trend to the area
along with increasing night to morning low clouds and fog. By Friday
overnight low clouds are likely to spread inland to the lower
mountain slopes.


$$

ECC032-271100-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
956 AM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR AREAS THROUGH
TUESDAY...

Strong high pressure centered over the desert southwest continues to
bring very warm and dry conditions across much of the area as
minimum relative humidities of 15 percent or less are forecast today
 across all but the coastal and nearby valley areas. Observations
this morning indicating a broad area of lower teens and single
digits  across much of the Los Angeles County mountains and the
Antelope  Valley foothills. West and southwest winds over these dry
areas are  also gusting in the 20 to 30 mph range and will likely
increase over  the course of the afternoon. Potential for red flag
conditions in  portions of the Antelope Valley, the Los Angeles
County mountains,  and the Santa Clarita Valley still remain a
possibility, the greatest chances over a 4 to 6 hour period later
this afternoon and evening.  Areas of the highest potential are
across the Los Angeles County  Mountains and adjacent areas of the
Antelope Valley, while potential  is lesser in the Santa Clarita
Valley. Westerly winds should begin to subside later in the evening
along with an bump up in relative humidity.

Cooler temperatures and slightly improved minimum relative
humidities are expected for Tuesday, although fire weather
conditions are expected to remain elevated primarily through the Los
Angeles  County mountains.

Another area to monitor later this afternoon and evening is through
the Santa Ynez Range and foothill areas of the Santa Barbara South
Coast where dry air moved in overnight due to increasing north and
northwest winds. Northwest wind gusts of 30 to 40 mph with relative
humidities in the lower teens are expected primarily over the
western portion of the south coast and mountains this evening to
bring at  least elevated fire weather conditions to that area.

Wednesday through Friday...the weak trough over the West Coast along
with a deepening marine layer will bring a cooling trend to the area
along with increasing night to morning low clouds and fog. By Friday
overnight low clouds are likely to spread inland to the lower
mountain slopes.


$$

ECC030-271100-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
956 AM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS OVER ALL INTERIOR AREAS THROUGH
TUESDAY...

Strong high pressure centered over the desert southwest continues to
bring very warm and dry conditions across much of the area as
minimum relative humidities of 15 percent or less are forecast today
 across all but the coastal and nearby valley areas. Observations
this morning indicating a broad area of lower teens and single
digits  across much of the Los Angeles County mountains and the
Antelope  Valley foothills. West and southwest winds over these dry
areas are  also gusting in the 20 to 30 mph range and will likely
increase over  the course of the afternoon. Potential for red flag
conditions in  portions of the Antelope Valley, the Los Angeles
County mountains,  and the Santa Clarita Valley still remain a
possibility, the greatest chances over a 4 to 6 hour period later
this afternoon and evening.  Areas of the highest potential are
across the Los Angeles County  Mountains and adjacent areas of the
Antelope Valley, while potential  is lesser in the Santa Clarita
Valley. Westerly winds should begin to subside later in the evening
along with an bump up in relative humidity.

Cooler temperatures and slightly improved minimum relative
humidities are expected for Tuesday, although fire weather
conditions are expected to remain elevated primarily through the Los
Angeles  County mountains.

Another area to monitor later this afternoon and evening is through
the Santa Ynez Range and foothill areas of the Santa Barbara South
Coast where dry air moved in overnight due to increasing north and
northwest winds. Northwest wind gusts of 30 to 40 mph with relative
humidities in the lower teens are expected primarily over the
western portion of the south coast and mountains this evening to
bring at  least elevated fire weather conditions to that area.

Wednesday through Friday...the weak trough over the West Coast along
with a deepening marine layer will bring a cooling trend to the area
along with increasing night to morning low clouds and fog. By Friday
overnight low clouds are likely to spread inland to the lower
mountain slopes.


$$



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