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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
342 PM PST Tue Jan 23 2018

ECC029-241745-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
342 PM PST Tue Jan 23 2018

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

...WEAK SANTA ANA WINDS WITH WARM DRY CONDITIONS LIKELY THIS WEEKEND
INTO MONDAY...

Weak offshore flow will continue to bring warm and dry conditions
across much of the area through Wednesday, with locally gusty north
to northeast winds across the usual wind-prone areas through
Wednesday morning.  On Wednesday night and Thursday morning, a weak
cold front is  expected to move across the area. With this front,
light rain will be likely across San Luis Obispo county. However,
the front will  weaken significantly as it moves southeastward with
little chance of measurable precipitation across Ventura and Los
Angeles counties. In the Montecito area, there is only a 20 percent
chance of brief showers late Wednesday night into Thursday, with any
rainfall being very light.

There will be some gusty northerly winds Thursday night into Friday,
especially across the Santa Ynez range and Interstate 5 corridor.
For the weekend, the flow will turn to the northeast with weak Santa
Ana winds and warmer drier conditions expected across Ventura and
Los Angeles counties.


...Discussion from Monterey...

Clouds will increase on Wednesday as the next cold front approaches
with increasing southerly winds through early afternoon. Rain will
develop in the North Bay by late morning or early afternoon and then
spread southward through early evening. The front will weaken as it
reaches the Central Coast but all areas will see wetting rains
except for interior Monterey County. Much cooler with showers and
isolated thunderstorms on Thursday as snow levels fall to around
3000 feet. Drying and warming trend Friday through the weekend with
long range models dry through early February.

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



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ECC028-241745-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
342 PM PST Tue Jan 23 2018

...WEAK SANTA ANA WINDS WITH WARM DRY CONDITIONS LIKELY THIS WEEKEND
INTO MONDAY...

Weak offshore flow will continue to bring warm and dry conditions
across much of the area through Wednesday, with locally gusty north
to northeast winds across the usual wind-prone areas through
Wednesday morning.  On Wednesday night and Thursday morning, a weak
cold front is  expected to move across the area. With this front,
light rain will be likely across San Luis Obispo county. However,
the front will  weaken significantly as it moves southeastward with
little chance of measurable precipitation across Ventura and Los
Angeles counties. In the Montecito area, there is only a 20 percent
chance of brief showers late Wednesday night into Thursday, with any
rainfall being very light.

There will be some gusty northerly winds Thursday night into Friday,
especially across the Santa Ynez range and Interstate 5 corridor.
For the weekend, the flow will turn to the northeast with weak Santa
Ana winds and warmer drier conditions expected across Ventura and
Los Angeles counties.


$$

ECC031-241745-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
342 PM PST Tue Jan 23 2018

...WEAK SANTA ANA WINDS WITH WARM DRY CONDITIONS LIKELY THIS WEEKEND
INTO MONDAY...

Weak offshore flow will continue to bring warm and dry conditions
across much of the area through Wednesday, with locally gusty north
to northeast winds across the usual wind-prone areas through
Wednesday morning.  On Wednesday night and Thursday morning, a weak
cold front is  expected to move across the area. With this front,
light rain will be likely across San Luis Obispo county. However,
the front will  weaken significantly as it moves southeastward with
little chance of measurable precipitation across Ventura and Los
Angeles counties. In the Montecito area, there is only a 20 percent
chance of brief showers late Wednesday night into Thursday, with any
rainfall being very light.

There will be some gusty northerly winds Thursday night into Friday,
especially across the Santa Ynez range and Interstate 5 corridor.
For the weekend, the flow will turn to the northeast with weak Santa
Ana winds and warmer drier conditions expected across Ventura and
Los Angeles counties.


$$

ECC024-241745-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
342 PM PST Tue Jan 23 2018

...WEAK SANTA ANA WINDS WITH WARM DRY CONDITIONS LIKELY THIS WEEKEND
INTO MONDAY...

Weak offshore flow will continue to bring warm and dry conditions
across much of the area through Wednesday, with locally gusty north
to northeast winds across the usual wind-prone areas through
Wednesday morning.  On Wednesday night and Thursday morning, a weak
cold front is  expected to move across the area. With this front,
light rain will be likely across San Luis Obispo county. However,
the front will  weaken significantly as it moves southeastward with
little chance of measurable precipitation across Ventura and Los
Angeles counties. In the Montecito area, there is only a 20 percent
chance of brief showers late Wednesday night into Thursday, with any
rainfall being very light.

There will be some gusty northerly winds Thursday night into Friday,
especially across the Santa Ynez range and Interstate 5 corridor.
For the weekend, the flow will turn to the northeast with weak Santa
Ana winds and warmer drier conditions expected across Ventura and
Los Angeles counties.


$$

ECC032-241745-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
342 PM PST Tue Jan 23 2018

...WEAK SANTA ANA WINDS WITH WARM DRY CONDITIONS LIKELY THIS WEEKEND
INTO MONDAY...

Weak offshore flow will continue to bring warm and dry conditions
across much of the area through Wednesday, with locally gusty north
to northeast winds across the usual wind-prone areas through
Wednesday morning.  On Wednesday night and Thursday morning, a weak
cold front is  expected to move across the area. With this front,
light rain will be likely across San Luis Obispo county. However,
the front will  weaken significantly as it moves southeastward with
little chance of measurable precipitation across Ventura and Los
Angeles counties. In the Montecito area, there is only a 20 percent
chance of brief showers late Wednesday night into Thursday, with any
rainfall being very light.

There will be some gusty northerly winds Thursday night into Friday,
especially across the Santa Ynez range and Interstate 5 corridor.
For the weekend, the flow will turn to the northeast with weak Santa
Ana winds and warmer drier conditions expected across Ventura and
Los Angeles counties.


$$

ECC030-241745-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
342 PM PST Tue Jan 23 2018

...WEAK SANTA ANA WINDS WITH WARM DRY CONDITIONS LIKELY THIS WEEKEND
INTO MONDAY...

Weak offshore flow will continue to bring warm and dry conditions
across much of the area through Wednesday, with locally gusty north
to northeast winds across the usual wind-prone areas through
Wednesday morning.  On Wednesday night and Thursday morning, a weak
cold front is  expected to move across the area. With this front,
light rain will be likely across San Luis Obispo county. However,
the front will  weaken significantly as it moves southeastward with
little chance of measurable precipitation across Ventura and Los
Angeles counties. In the Montecito area, there is only a 20 percent
chance of brief showers late Wednesday night into Thursday, with any
rainfall being very light.

There will be some gusty northerly winds Thursday night into Friday,
especially across the Santa Ynez range and Interstate 5 corridor.
For the weekend, the flow will turn to the northeast with weak Santa
Ana winds and warmer drier conditions expected across Ventura and
Los Angeles counties.


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