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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
338 PM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

ECC029-271645-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
338 PM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

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

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

Strong high pressure aloft continues to bring hot and dry conditions
to most of the forecast area. Widespread single digit  relative
humidities were common this afternoon across the Antelope  Valley,
the western two-thirds of the Los Angeles County Mountains  and
westward into the Santa Barbara County mountains. West and
southwest winds gusting to between 30 and 40 mph and isolated
reports gusting in the 50 to 55 mph range have occurred at reporting
sites  coincident with this dry air to produce red flag conditions
this  afternoon, some of which may meet the 6- and 8-hr duration
criteria  for red flag warnings. Wind speeds are expected to
decrease this  evening by around 9 pm while moderate humidity
recoveries are  expected to help end any critical fire weather
threat. The upper  level ridge weakens enough on Tuesday to bring a
5 to 15 degree  cooling trend across the area. As a result,
afternoon relative  humidities will improve Tuesday whereby any
single digit readings  should be restricted to the far eastern
Antelope Valley. Southwest  winds are also expected to be lighter.
However, enough dry air  remains in place to produce at least
elevated though mainly isolated  fire weather conditions on Tuesday.
Elsewhere through Tuesday, a  light Sundowner is expected through
the Santa Ynez Range and foothill areas of the Santa Barbara South
Coast, primarily between Gaviota  and Goleta. Canyon winds gusting
from between 30 and 40 mph with  isolated relative humidities in the
20 to 30 percent range or  slightly lower are expected in that area
this evening, but with  increasing humidities for Tuesday evening.

The upper level ridge further weakens a bit on Wednesday to bring
additional cooling to the area and additional improving afternoon
relative humidities. Will also see a return to overnight and morning
clouds along coastal areas. The areas of minimum relative humidity
in the teens will be restricted to the Antelope Valley and isolated
mountain areas. A brief warming and drying trend is possible Friday
or Saturday, otherwise the second half of the week should see only
isolated fire weather concerns across the area.


...Discussion from Monterey...

A westerly flow aloft will bring onshore flow with a weak marine
layer at around 2000 feet through the next few days.  Little change
is seen in the extended.




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ECC028-271645-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
338 PM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

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

Strong high pressure aloft continues to bring hot and dry conditions
to most of the forecast area. Widespread single digit  relative
humidities were common this afternoon across the Antelope  Valley,
the western two-thirds of the Los Angeles County Mountains  and
westward into the Santa Barbara County mountains. West and
southwest winds gusting to between 30 and 40 mph and isolated
reports gusting in the 50 to 55 mph range have occurred at reporting
sites  coincident with this dry air to produce red flag conditions
this  afternoon, some of which may meet the 6- and 8-hr duration
criteria  for red flag warnings. Wind speeds are expected to
decrease this  evening by around 9 pm while moderate humidity
recoveries are  expected to help end any critical fire weather
threat. The upper  level ridge weakens enough on Tuesday to bring a
5 to 15 degree  cooling trend across the area. As a result,
afternoon relative  humidities will improve Tuesday whereby any
single digit readings  should be restricted to the far eastern
Antelope Valley. Southwest  winds are also expected to be lighter.
However, enough dry air  remains in place to produce at least
elevated though mainly isolated  fire weather conditions on Tuesday.
Elsewhere through Tuesday, a  light Sundowner is expected through
the Santa Ynez Range and foothill areas of the Santa Barbara South
Coast, primarily between Gaviota  and Goleta. Canyon winds gusting
from between 30 and 40 mph with  isolated relative humidities in the
20 to 30 percent range or  slightly lower are expected in that area
this evening, but with  increasing humidities for Tuesday evening.

The upper level ridge further weakens a bit on Wednesday to bring
additional cooling to the area and additional improving afternoon
relative humidities. Will also see a return to overnight and morning
clouds along coastal areas. The areas of minimum relative humidity
in the teens will be restricted to the Antelope Valley and isolated
mountain areas. A brief warming and drying trend is possible Friday
or Saturday, otherwise the second half of the week should see only
isolated fire weather concerns across the area.


$$

ECC031-271645-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
338 PM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

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

Strong high pressure aloft continues to bring hot and dry conditions
to most of the forecast area. Widespread single digit  relative
humidities were common this afternoon across the Antelope  Valley,
the western two-thirds of the Los Angeles County Mountains  and
westward into the Santa Barbara County mountains. West and
southwest winds gusting to between 30 and 40 mph and isolated
reports gusting in the 50 to 55 mph range have occurred at reporting
sites  coincident with this dry air to produce red flag conditions
this  afternoon, some of which may meet the 6- and 8-hr duration
criteria  for red flag warnings. Wind speeds are expected to
decrease this  evening by around 9 pm while moderate humidity
recoveries are  expected to help end any critical fire weather
threat. The upper  level ridge weakens enough on Tuesday to bring a
5 to 15 degree  cooling trend across the area. As a result,
afternoon relative  humidities will improve Tuesday whereby any
single digit readings  should be restricted to the far eastern
Antelope Valley. Southwest  winds are also expected to be lighter.
However, enough dry air  remains in place to produce at least
elevated though mainly isolated  fire weather conditions on Tuesday.
Elsewhere through Tuesday, a  light Sundowner is expected through
the Santa Ynez Range and foothill areas of the Santa Barbara South
Coast, primarily between Gaviota  and Goleta. Canyon winds gusting
from between 30 and 40 mph with  isolated relative humidities in the
20 to 30 percent range or  slightly lower are expected in that area
this evening, but with  increasing humidities for Tuesday evening.

The upper level ridge further weakens a bit on Wednesday to bring
additional cooling to the area and additional improving afternoon
relative humidities. Will also see a return to overnight and morning
clouds along coastal areas. The areas of minimum relative humidity
in the teens will be restricted to the Antelope Valley and isolated
mountain areas. A brief warming and drying trend is possible Friday
or Saturday, otherwise the second half of the week should see only
isolated fire weather concerns across the area.


$$

ECC024-271645-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
338 PM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

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

Strong high pressure aloft continues to bring hot and dry conditions
to most of the forecast area. Widespread single digit  relative
humidities were common this afternoon across the Antelope  Valley,
the western two-thirds of the Los Angeles County Mountains  and
westward into the Santa Barbara County mountains. West and
southwest winds gusting to between 30 and 40 mph and isolated
reports gusting in the 50 to 55 mph range have occurred at reporting
sites  coincident with this dry air to produce red flag conditions
this  afternoon, some of which may meet the 6- and 8-hr duration
criteria  for red flag warnings. Wind speeds are expected to
decrease this  evening by around 9 pm while moderate humidity
recoveries are  expected to help end any critical fire weather
threat. The upper  level ridge weakens enough on Tuesday to bring a
5 to 15 degree  cooling trend across the area. As a result,
afternoon relative  humidities will improve Tuesday whereby any
single digit readings  should be restricted to the far eastern
Antelope Valley. Southwest  winds are also expected to be lighter.
However, enough dry air  remains in place to produce at least
elevated though mainly isolated  fire weather conditions on Tuesday.
Elsewhere through Tuesday, a  light Sundowner is expected through
the Santa Ynez Range and foothill areas of the Santa Barbara South
Coast, primarily between Gaviota  and Goleta. Canyon winds gusting
from between 30 and 40 mph with  isolated relative humidities in the
20 to 30 percent range or  slightly lower are expected in that area
this evening, but with  increasing humidities for Tuesday evening.

The upper level ridge further weakens a bit on Wednesday to bring
additional cooling to the area and additional improving afternoon
relative humidities. Will also see a return to overnight and morning
clouds along coastal areas. The areas of minimum relative humidity
in the teens will be restricted to the Antelope Valley and isolated
mountain areas. A brief warming and drying trend is possible Friday
or Saturday, otherwise the second half of the week should see only
isolated fire weather concerns across the area.


$$

ECC032-271645-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
338 PM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

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

Strong high pressure aloft continues to bring hot and dry conditions
to most of the forecast area. Widespread single digit  relative
humidities were common this afternoon across the Antelope  Valley,
the western two-thirds of the Los Angeles County Mountains  and
westward into the Santa Barbara County mountains. West and
southwest winds gusting to between 30 and 40 mph and isolated
reports gusting in the 50 to 55 mph range have occurred at reporting
sites  coincident with this dry air to produce red flag conditions
this  afternoon, some of which may meet the 6- and 8-hr duration
criteria  for red flag warnings. Wind speeds are expected to
decrease this  evening by around 9 pm while moderate humidity
recoveries are  expected to help end any critical fire weather
threat. The upper  level ridge weakens enough on Tuesday to bring a
5 to 15 degree  cooling trend across the area. As a result,
afternoon relative  humidities will improve Tuesday whereby any
single digit readings  should be restricted to the far eastern
Antelope Valley. Southwest  winds are also expected to be lighter.
However, enough dry air  remains in place to produce at least
elevated though mainly isolated  fire weather conditions on Tuesday.
Elsewhere through Tuesday, a  light Sundowner is expected through
the Santa Ynez Range and foothill areas of the Santa Barbara South
Coast, primarily between Gaviota  and Goleta. Canyon winds gusting
from between 30 and 40 mph with  isolated relative humidities in the
20 to 30 percent range or  slightly lower are expected in that area
this evening, but with  increasing humidities for Tuesday evening.

The upper level ridge further weakens a bit on Wednesday to bring
additional cooling to the area and additional improving afternoon
relative humidities. Will also see a return to overnight and morning
clouds along coastal areas. The areas of minimum relative humidity
in the teens will be restricted to the Antelope Valley and isolated
mountain areas. A brief warming and drying trend is possible Friday
or Saturday, otherwise the second half of the week should see only
isolated fire weather concerns across the area.


$$

ECC030-271645-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
338 PM PDT Mon Jun 26 2017

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

Strong high pressure aloft continues to bring hot and dry conditions
to most of the forecast area. Widespread single digit  relative
humidities were common this afternoon across the Antelope  Valley,
the western two-thirds of the Los Angeles County Mountains  and
westward into the Santa Barbara County mountains. West and
southwest winds gusting to between 30 and 40 mph and isolated
reports gusting in the 50 to 55 mph range have occurred at reporting
sites  coincident with this dry air to produce red flag conditions
this  afternoon, some of which may meet the 6- and 8-hr duration
criteria  for red flag warnings. Wind speeds are expected to
decrease this  evening by around 9 pm while moderate humidity
recoveries are  expected to help end any critical fire weather
threat. The upper  level ridge weakens enough on Tuesday to bring a
5 to 15 degree  cooling trend across the area. As a result,
afternoon relative  humidities will improve Tuesday whereby any
single digit readings  should be restricted to the far eastern
Antelope Valley. Southwest  winds are also expected to be lighter.
However, enough dry air  remains in place to produce at least
elevated though mainly isolated  fire weather conditions on Tuesday.
Elsewhere through Tuesday, a  light Sundowner is expected through
the Santa Ynez Range and foothill areas of the Santa Barbara South
Coast, primarily between Gaviota  and Goleta. Canyon winds gusting
from between 30 and 40 mph with  isolated relative humidities in the
20 to 30 percent range or  slightly lower are expected in that area
this evening, but with  increasing humidities for Tuesday evening.

The upper level ridge further weakens a bit on Wednesday to bring
additional cooling to the area and additional improving afternoon
relative humidities. Will also see a return to overnight and morning
clouds along coastal areas. The areas of minimum relative humidity
in the teens will be restricted to the Antelope Valley and isolated
mountain areas. A brief warming and drying trend is possible Friday
or Saturday, otherwise the second half of the week should see only
isolated fire weather concerns across the area.


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