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ECCDA Discussions
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
225 PM PDT Mon Mar 27 2017

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...Discussion from SFOFWFMTR...

High pressure building over the Eastern Pacific  will ridge across
Northern California tonight into Tuesday maintaining light to
moderate northwesterly winds across the  region. Lingering boundary
level moisture will result in partly cloudy skies with good humidity
recoveries overnight. Dry weather will prevail through midweek
before a quick moving system moves through the fire district on
Thursday bringing a chance of rain to the area Thursday morning.
High pressure will return by Friday with dry weather expected
through Saturday.


...Discussion from SFOFWFSTO...


Isolated rain and snow showers linger over the mountains today.
Drying offshore winds develop Tuesday into Wednesday followed by
brief onshore flow Thursday with a few light mountain showers.  Dry
northerly flow returns late in the week.


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ECC010-280930-
St Helena ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Marin and Sonoma and Napa Counties
225 PM PDT Mon Mar 27 2017

High pressure building over the Eastern Pacific  will ridge across
Northern California tonight into Tuesday maintaining light to
moderate northwesterly winds across the  region. Lingering boundary
level moisture will result in partly cloudy skies with good humidity
recoveries overnight. Dry weather will prevail through midweek
before a quick moving system moves through the fire district on
Thursday bringing a chance of rain to the area Thursday morning.
High pressure will return by Friday with dry weather expected
through Saturday.

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ECC014-280930-
Morgan Hill ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Alameda and Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties
225 PM PDT Mon Mar 27 2017

High pressure building over the Eastern Pacific  will ridge across
Northern California tonight into Tuesday maintaining light to
moderate northwesterly winds across the  region. Lingering boundary
level moisture will result in partly cloudy skies with good humidity
recoveries overnight. Dry weather will prevail through midweek
before a quick moving system moves through the fire district on
Thursday bringing a chance of rain to the area Thursday morning.
High pressure will return by Friday with dry weather expected
through Saturday.

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ECC013-280930-
Felton ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Santa Cruz and San Mateo Counties
225 PM PDT Mon Mar 27 2017

High pressure building over the Eastern Pacific  will ridge across
Northern California tonight into Tuesday maintaining light to
moderate northwesterly winds across the  region. Lingering boundary
level moisture will result in partly cloudy skies with good humidity
recoveries overnight. Dry weather will prevail through midweek
before a quick moving system moves through the fire district on
Thursday bringing a chance of rain to the area Thursday morning.
High pressure will return by Friday with dry weather expected
through Saturday.

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ECC018-280930-
Monterey ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Monterey and San Benito County
225 PM PDT Mon Mar 27 2017

High pressure building over the Eastern Pacific  will ridge across
Northern California tonight into Tuesday maintaining light to
moderate northwesterly winds across the  region. Lingering boundary
level moisture will result in partly cloudy skies with good humidity
recoveries overnight. Dry weather will prevail through midweek
before a quick moving system moves through the fire district on
Thursday bringing a chance of rain to the area Thursday morning.
High pressure will return by Friday with dry weather expected
through Saturday.

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