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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
338 PM PDT Sat Sep 23 2017

ECC029-241645-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
338 PM PDT Sat Sep 23 2017

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

...Elevated fire danger likely Sunday through at least Thursday across
portions of Southwest California due to weak offshore flow  with
warm and dry conditions...

Wind prone mountain locations will see the brunt of  the north to
northeast winds again tonight with breezy offshore  winds likely
surfacing across wind prone valleys and foothills by  Sunday. The
night to morning offshore winds will likely peak in strength
sometime Monday through Wednesday before weakening later in the
week. The offshore flow will support gradual warming and drying
through at least the middle of next week with widespread minimum
humidities into the teens away from the coast by Monday and
continuing through at least Thursday. The warm, dry, and breezy
conditions will likely support elevated fire weather across the
mountains by Sunday. The elevated fire weather conditions will
likely extend to most areas away from the coast Monday through at
least  Wednesday with brief critical conditions likely at times
during this period for wind prone areas. Triple digit heat is
possible for warmer valleys late next week as continued weak
offshore flow combines with weak ridging aloft. There is a potential
for another weak offshore  wind event late next weak as a second low
pressure system enters the  region.


...Discussion from Monterey...

...RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT THROUGH TUESDAY MORNING FOR THE  NORTH
BAY HILLS FOR GUSTY NORTHERLY WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY...

A warming and drying trend is forecast to continue into early next
week as high pressure builds over California. Relative humidity
values will drop into the teens during the afternoon hours while
overnight humidity recoveries will only reach about 30 percent in
the hills. In addition, light to  moderate northerly or offshore
winds are forecast to continue in  the hills. Strongest winds are
expected over the North Bay Hills  where critical fire weather
conditions are anticipated. Locally  gusty winds are expected
elsewhere in the hills, particularly in  the East Bay Hills. Warm
and dry conditions are forecast to  persist through next week,
although winds in the hills will likely diminish after Tuesday.

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



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ECC028-241645-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
338 PM PDT Sat Sep 23 2017

...Elevated fire danger likely Sunday through at least Thursday across
portions of Southwest California due to weak offshore flow  with
warm and dry conditions...

Wind prone mountain locations will see the brunt of  the north to
northeast winds again tonight with breezy offshore  winds likely
surfacing across wind prone valleys and foothills by  Sunday. The
night to morning offshore winds will likely peak in strength
sometime Monday through Wednesday before weakening later in the
week. The offshore flow will support gradual warming and drying
through at least the middle of next week with widespread minimum
humidities into the teens away from the coast by Monday and
continuing through at least Thursday. The warm, dry, and breezy
conditions will likely support elevated fire weather across the
mountains by Sunday. The elevated fire weather conditions will
likely extend to most areas away from the coast Monday through at
least  Wednesday with brief critical conditions likely at times
during this period for wind prone areas. Triple digit heat is
possible for warmer valleys late next week as continued weak
offshore flow combines with weak ridging aloft. There is a potential
for another weak offshore  wind event late next weak as a second low
pressure system enters the  region.


$$

ECC031-241645-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
338 PM PDT Sat Sep 23 2017

...Elevated fire danger likely Sunday through at least Thursday across
portions of Southwest California due to weak offshore flow  with
warm and dry conditions...

Wind prone mountain locations will see the brunt of  the north to
northeast winds again tonight with breezy offshore  winds likely
surfacing across wind prone valleys and foothills by  Sunday. The
night to morning offshore winds will likely peak in strength
sometime Monday through Wednesday before weakening later in the
week. The offshore flow will support gradual warming and drying
through at least the middle of next week with widespread minimum
humidities into the teens away from the coast by Monday and
continuing through at least Thursday. The warm, dry, and breezy
conditions will likely support elevated fire weather across the
mountains by Sunday. The elevated fire weather conditions will
likely extend to most areas away from the coast Monday through at
least  Wednesday with brief critical conditions likely at times
during this period for wind prone areas. Triple digit heat is
possible for warmer valleys late next week as continued weak
offshore flow combines with weak ridging aloft. There is a potential
for another weak offshore  wind event late next weak as a second low
pressure system enters the  region.


$$

ECC024-241645-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
338 PM PDT Sat Sep 23 2017

...Elevated fire danger likely Sunday through at least Thursday across
portions of Southwest California due to weak offshore flow  with
warm and dry conditions...

Wind prone mountain locations will see the brunt of  the north to
northeast winds again tonight with breezy offshore  winds likely
surfacing across wind prone valleys and foothills by  Sunday. The
night to morning offshore winds will likely peak in strength
sometime Monday through Wednesday before weakening later in the
week. The offshore flow will support gradual warming and drying
through at least the middle of next week with widespread minimum
humidities into the teens away from the coast by Monday and
continuing through at least Thursday. The warm, dry, and breezy
conditions will likely support elevated fire weather across the
mountains by Sunday. The elevated fire weather conditions will
likely extend to most areas away from the coast Monday through at
least  Wednesday with brief critical conditions likely at times
during this period for wind prone areas. Triple digit heat is
possible for warmer valleys late next week as continued weak
offshore flow combines with weak ridging aloft. There is a potential
for another weak offshore  wind event late next weak as a second low
pressure system enters the  region.


$$

ECC032-241645-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
338 PM PDT Sat Sep 23 2017

...Elevated fire danger likely Sunday through at least Thursday across
portions of Southwest California due to weak offshore flow  with
warm and dry conditions...

Wind prone mountain locations will see the brunt of  the north to
northeast winds again tonight with breezy offshore  winds likely
surfacing across wind prone valleys and foothills by  Sunday. The
night to morning offshore winds will likely peak in strength
sometime Monday through Wednesday before weakening later in the
week. The offshore flow will support gradual warming and drying
through at least the middle of next week with widespread minimum
humidities into the teens away from the coast by Monday and
continuing through at least Thursday. The warm, dry, and breezy
conditions will likely support elevated fire weather across the
mountains by Sunday. The elevated fire weather conditions will
likely extend to most areas away from the coast Monday through at
least  Wednesday with brief critical conditions likely at times
during this period for wind prone areas. Triple digit heat is
possible for warmer valleys late next week as continued weak
offshore flow combines with weak ridging aloft. There is a potential
for another weak offshore  wind event late next weak as a second low
pressure system enters the  region.


$$

ECC030-241645-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
338 PM PDT Sat Sep 23 2017

...Elevated fire danger likely Sunday through at least Thursday across
portions of Southwest California due to weak offshore flow  with
warm and dry conditions...

Wind prone mountain locations will see the brunt of  the north to
northeast winds again tonight with breezy offshore  winds likely
surfacing across wind prone valleys and foothills by  Sunday. The
night to morning offshore winds will likely peak in strength
sometime Monday through Wednesday before weakening later in the
week. The offshore flow will support gradual warming and drying
through at least the middle of next week with widespread minimum
humidities into the teens away from the coast by Monday and
continuing through at least Thursday. The warm, dry, and breezy
conditions will likely support elevated fire weather across the
mountains by Sunday. The elevated fire weather conditions will
likely extend to most areas away from the coast Monday through at
least  Wednesday with brief critical conditions likely at times
during this period for wind prone areas. Triple digit heat is
possible for warmer valleys late next week as continued weak
offshore flow combines with weak ridging aloft. There is a potential
for another weak offshore  wind event late next weak as a second low
pressure system enters the  region.


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