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ECCDA DISCUSSIONS
NAATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
1258 PM PDT SUN OCT 22 2017

ECC033-231400-
ORANGE ECC DISPATCH-
DISCUSSION FOR ORANGE ECC DISPATCH
1258 PM PDT SUN OCT 22 2017


THE RED FLAG WARNING WAS EXTENDED FROM 6 PM TUESDAY TO 6 PM
WEDNESDAY. THE WINDS ON WEDNESDAY WILL NOT BE QUITE AS STRONG AS  ON
MONDAY OR TUESDAY, BUT THE MODELS HAVE TRENDED STRONGER WITH  THE
WINDS ON WEDNESDAY. GIVEN THE EXCEPTIONALLY DRY FUELS AND  POTENTIAL
IMPACTS, THE RED FLAG WARNING WAS EXTENDED THROUGH 6 PM  WEDNESDAY.

STRONG HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT AND SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE  GREAT
BASIN WILL BRING STRONG SANTA ANA WINDS, VERY LOW  HUMIDITY AND HOT
WEATHER THROUGH WEDNESDAY. THE STRONGEST WINDS WILL SURFACE MONDAY
AND TUESDAY. CONTINUED HOT AND DRY WEDNESDAY WITH DECREASING WINDS.
THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...COOLER WITH  LIGHER WINDS AND HIGHER
HUMIDITY SPREADING INLAND FROM THE COAST.



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ECC035-231400-
MONTE VISTA ECC DISPATCH-
DISCUSSION FOR MONTE VISTA ECC DISPATCH
1258 PM PDT SUN OCT 22 2017


THE RED FLAG WARNING WAS EXTENDED FROM 6 PM TUESDAY TO 6 PM
WEDNESDAY. THE WINDS ON WEDNESDAY WILL NOT BE QUITE AS STRONG AS  ON
MONDAY OR TUESDAY, BUT THE MODELS HAVE TRENDED STRONGER WITH  THE
WINDS ON WEDNESDAY. GIVEN THE EXCEPTIONALLY DRY FUELS AND  POTENTIAL
IMPACTS, THE RED FLAG WARNING WAS EXTENDED THROUGH 6 PM  WEDNESDAY.

STRONG HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT AND SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE  GREAT
BASIN WILL BRING STRONG SANTA ANA WINDS, VERY LOW  HUMIDITY AND HOT
WEATHER THROUGH WEDNESDAY. THE STRONGEST WINDS WILL SURFACE MONDAY
AND TUESDAY. CONTINUED HOT AND DRY WEDNESDAY WITH DECREASING WINDS.
THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...COOLER WITH  LIGHER WINDS AND HIGHER
HUMIDITY SPREADING INLAND FROM THE COAST.



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ECC034-231400-
RIVERSIDE ECC DISPATCH-
DISCUSSION FOR RIVERSIDE ECC DISPATCH
1258 PM PDT SUN OCT 22 2017

...DISCUSSION FROM LAXFWFSGX...


THE RED FLAG WARNING WAS EXTENDED FROM 6 PM TUESDAY TO 6 PM
WEDNESDAY. THE WINDS ON WEDNESDAY WILL NOT BE QUITE AS STRONG AS  ON
MONDAY OR TUESDAY, BUT THE MODELS HAVE TRENDED STRONGER WITH  THE
WINDS ON WEDNESDAY. GIVEN THE EXCEPTIONALLY DRY FUELS AND  POTENTIAL
IMPACTS, THE RED FLAG WARNING WAS EXTENDED THROUGH 6 PM  WEDNESDAY.

STRONG HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT AND SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE  GREAT
BASIN WILL BRING STRONG SANTA ANA WINDS, VERY LOW  HUMIDITY AND HOT
WEATHER THROUGH WEDNESDAY. THE STRONGEST WINDS WILL SURFACE MONDAY
AND TUESDAY. CONTINUED HOT AND DRY WEDNESDAY WITH DECREASING WINDS.
THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...COOLER WITH  LIGHER WINDS AND HIGHER
HUMIDITY SPREADING INLAND FROM THE COAST.



...DISCUSSION FROM PHXFWFPSR...


LIGHTER WINDS CAN BE EXPECTED ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA ON SUNDAY  AS
THE DRY NORTHERLY FLOW PERSISTS. THIS WILL BRING MINIMUM  AFTERNOON
HUMIDITIES INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS EACH AFTERNOON WHILE  NIGHTTIME
RECOVERIES WILL BE POOR TO FAIR. A WARMING TREND BEGINS  SUNDAY WITH
HIGHS EXPECTED TO BE 8-12 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL BY  MONDAY. WINDS
PICK UP ONLY SLIGHTLY ON MONDAY WITH BREEZY NORTH  TO EASTERLY WINDS
EXPECTED BY TUESDAY.

NOTE...ADDITIONAL FIRE WEATHER FORECAST INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND IN
THE AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION. SEE PRODUCT PHXAFDPSR.


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