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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
321 PM PST Tue Nov 21 2017

ECC029-221730-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
321 PM PST Tue Nov 21 2017

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

...Hot and dry this week with elevated fire danger...

High pressure aloft and mostly light northeast  surface winds will
generate daytime temps up to 20 degrees above normal across the
coast and valley areas through Thanksgiving day, and then temps
remaining above normal through the upcoming weekend. Humidities will
drop to the teens and locally single digits with poor overnight
recoveries, especially in the foothills and mountains. While the
winds are not expected to be strong enough for sustained red flag
conditions, 2 to 4 hours of critical conditions are possible in the
windier spots of Ventura and Los Angeles counties through
Thanksgiving day. These areas include the Santa Clarita Valley and
surrouding highway 14 corridor, the northern San Fernando Valley,
the Santa Monica Mountains, and the eastern Ventura County valleys.

A cooling trend will begin Friday and continue through the weekend
as onshore flow slowly returns. Humidities will improve at lower
elevations but remain dry across the mountains and Antelope Valley.


...Discussion from Monterey...

There is a chance of light rain in the North Bay on Thanksgiving,
mainly in the morning. Otherwise, expect dry and  warm weather
through Friday. Rain chances will develop in the  North Bay again on
Saturday, and then across much of the remainder of the district on
Sunday. Rainfall over the weekend is expected to be light for the
most part. Winds will be light through the  period except locally
moderate in the North Bay over the weekend.

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



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ECC028-221730-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
321 PM PST Tue Nov 21 2017

...Hot and dry this week with elevated fire danger...

High pressure aloft and mostly light northeast  surface winds will
generate daytime temps up to 20 degrees above normal across the
coast and valley areas through Thanksgiving day, and then temps
remaining above normal through the upcoming weekend. Humidities will
drop to the teens and locally single digits with poor overnight
recoveries, especially in the foothills and mountains. While the
winds are not expected to be strong enough for sustained red flag
conditions, 2 to 4 hours of critical conditions are possible in the
windier spots of Ventura and Los Angeles counties through
Thanksgiving day. These areas include the Santa Clarita Valley and
surrouding highway 14 corridor, the northern San Fernando Valley,
the Santa Monica Mountains, and the eastern Ventura County valleys.

A cooling trend will begin Friday and continue through the weekend
as onshore flow slowly returns. Humidities will improve at lower
elevations but remain dry across the mountains and Antelope Valley.


$$

ECC031-221730-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
321 PM PST Tue Nov 21 2017

...Hot and dry this week with elevated fire danger...

High pressure aloft and mostly light northeast  surface winds will
generate daytime temps up to 20 degrees above normal across the
coast and valley areas through Thanksgiving day, and then temps
remaining above normal through the upcoming weekend. Humidities will
drop to the teens and locally single digits with poor overnight
recoveries, especially in the foothills and mountains. While the
winds are not expected to be strong enough for sustained red flag
conditions, 2 to 4 hours of critical conditions are possible in the
windier spots of Ventura and Los Angeles counties through
Thanksgiving day. These areas include the Santa Clarita Valley and
surrouding highway 14 corridor, the northern San Fernando Valley,
the Santa Monica Mountains, and the eastern Ventura County valleys.

A cooling trend will begin Friday and continue through the weekend
as onshore flow slowly returns. Humidities will improve at lower
elevations but remain dry across the mountains and Antelope Valley.


$$

ECC024-221730-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
321 PM PST Tue Nov 21 2017

...Hot and dry this week with elevated fire danger...

High pressure aloft and mostly light northeast  surface winds will
generate daytime temps up to 20 degrees above normal across the
coast and valley areas through Thanksgiving day, and then temps
remaining above normal through the upcoming weekend. Humidities will
drop to the teens and locally single digits with poor overnight
recoveries, especially in the foothills and mountains. While the
winds are not expected to be strong enough for sustained red flag
conditions, 2 to 4 hours of critical conditions are possible in the
windier spots of Ventura and Los Angeles counties through
Thanksgiving day. These areas include the Santa Clarita Valley and
surrouding highway 14 corridor, the northern San Fernando Valley,
the Santa Monica Mountains, and the eastern Ventura County valleys.

A cooling trend will begin Friday and continue through the weekend
as onshore flow slowly returns. Humidities will improve at lower
elevations but remain dry across the mountains and Antelope Valley.


$$

ECC032-221730-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
321 PM PST Tue Nov 21 2017

...Hot and dry this week with elevated fire danger...

High pressure aloft and mostly light northeast  surface winds will
generate daytime temps up to 20 degrees above normal across the
coast and valley areas through Thanksgiving day, and then temps
remaining above normal through the upcoming weekend. Humidities will
drop to the teens and locally single digits with poor overnight
recoveries, especially in the foothills and mountains. While the
winds are not expected to be strong enough for sustained red flag
conditions, 2 to 4 hours of critical conditions are possible in the
windier spots of Ventura and Los Angeles counties through
Thanksgiving day. These areas include the Santa Clarita Valley and
surrouding highway 14 corridor, the northern San Fernando Valley,
the Santa Monica Mountains, and the eastern Ventura County valleys.

A cooling trend will begin Friday and continue through the weekend
as onshore flow slowly returns. Humidities will improve at lower
elevations but remain dry across the mountains and Antelope Valley.


$$

ECC030-221730-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
321 PM PST Tue Nov 21 2017

...Hot and dry this week with elevated fire danger...

High pressure aloft and mostly light northeast  surface winds will
generate daytime temps up to 20 degrees above normal across the
coast and valley areas through Thanksgiving day, and then temps
remaining above normal through the upcoming weekend. Humidities will
drop to the teens and locally single digits with poor overnight
recoveries, especially in the foothills and mountains. While the
winds are not expected to be strong enough for sustained red flag
conditions, 2 to 4 hours of critical conditions are possible in the
windier spots of Ventura and Los Angeles counties through
Thanksgiving day. These areas include the Santa Clarita Valley and
surrouding highway 14 corridor, the northern San Fernando Valley,
the Santa Monica Mountains, and the eastern Ventura County valleys.

A cooling trend will begin Friday and continue through the weekend
as onshore flow slowly returns. Humidities will improve at lower
elevations but remain dry across the mountains and Antelope Valley.


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