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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
259 PM PDT Fri Apr 20 2018

ECC029-211600-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
259 PM PDT Fri Apr 20 2018

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

...WARMER AND DRY FOR THE WEEKEND...

Generally dry and warmer through Sunday as a ridge of high pressure
builds over the forecast area over the next few days. There will be
a Catalina Eddy developing which will bring some type of marine
layer stratus to the coastal areas of Los Angeles, Ventura and
possibly Santa Barbara South Coast over the next couple of night
through morning hours. Skies should remain mostly clear for areas N
of Point Conception with maybe a few patches of stratus along the
Central Coast. Although there will be 2 to 4 degrees of warming
across most coastal areas S of Point Conception, Expect 6 to 10
degrees of warming across inland areas as well as the Central Coast
as weak offshore winds from the San Lucia Mountains are expected
during the overnight and morning hours through Sunday.

The north to northeast winds are not expected to be strong, but high
 temps will reach the mid to upper 80s in the warmest locations
while  relative humidities are expected to lower into the 20s and
30s for  the most part this weekend. there will be a brief period
where the  higher terrain of the Los Angeles and Ventura County
Mountains could  reach single digit humidity levels during Saturday.

High temperatures should trend down a bit while relative humidities
should rise some as another upper low and associated trough begin to
 move closer to the region by mid week into next weekend.


...Discussion from Monterey...

An upper level ridge will bring warmer temperaturesa to the area
through Saturday. Surface high extending from the eastern Pacific
into the Pacific Northwest will provide light northerly flow in the
hills. An upper level trough will pass north of the area Sunday and
Monday but will bring cooler conditions.

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



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ECC028-211600-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
259 PM PDT Fri Apr 20 2018

...WARMER AND DRY FOR THE WEEKEND...

Generally dry and warmer through Sunday as a ridge of high pressure
builds over the forecast area over the next few days. There will be
a Catalina Eddy developing which will bring some type of marine
layer stratus to the coastal areas of Los Angeles, Ventura and
possibly Santa Barbara South Coast over the next couple of night
through morning hours. Skies should remain mostly clear for areas N
of Point Conception with maybe a few patches of stratus along the
Central Coast. Although there will be 2 to 4 degrees of warming
across most coastal areas S of Point Conception, Expect 6 to 10
degrees of warming across inland areas as well as the Central Coast
as weak offshore winds from the San Lucia Mountains are expected
during the overnight and morning hours through Sunday.

The north to northeast winds are not expected to be strong, but high
 temps will reach the mid to upper 80s in the warmest locations
while  relative humidities are expected to lower into the 20s and
30s for  the most part this weekend. there will be a brief period
where the  higher terrain of the Los Angeles and Ventura County
Mountains could  reach single digit humidity levels during Saturday.

High temperatures should trend down a bit while relative humidities
should rise some as another upper low and associated trough begin to
 move closer to the region by mid week into next weekend.


$$

ECC031-211600-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
259 PM PDT Fri Apr 20 2018

...WARMER AND DRY FOR THE WEEKEND...

Generally dry and warmer through Sunday as a ridge of high pressure
builds over the forecast area over the next few days. There will be
a Catalina Eddy developing which will bring some type of marine
layer stratus to the coastal areas of Los Angeles, Ventura and
possibly Santa Barbara South Coast over the next couple of night
through morning hours. Skies should remain mostly clear for areas N
of Point Conception with maybe a few patches of stratus along the
Central Coast. Although there will be 2 to 4 degrees of warming
across most coastal areas S of Point Conception, Expect 6 to 10
degrees of warming across inland areas as well as the Central Coast
as weak offshore winds from the San Lucia Mountains are expected
during the overnight and morning hours through Sunday.

The north to northeast winds are not expected to be strong, but high
 temps will reach the mid to upper 80s in the warmest locations
while  relative humidities are expected to lower into the 20s and
30s for  the most part this weekend. there will be a brief period
where the  higher terrain of the Los Angeles and Ventura County
Mountains could  reach single digit humidity levels during Saturday.

High temperatures should trend down a bit while relative humidities
should rise some as another upper low and associated trough begin to
 move closer to the region by mid week into next weekend.


$$

ECC024-211600-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
259 PM PDT Fri Apr 20 2018

...WARMER AND DRY FOR THE WEEKEND...

Generally dry and warmer through Sunday as a ridge of high pressure
builds over the forecast area over the next few days. There will be
a Catalina Eddy developing which will bring some type of marine
layer stratus to the coastal areas of Los Angeles, Ventura and
possibly Santa Barbara South Coast over the next couple of night
through morning hours. Skies should remain mostly clear for areas N
of Point Conception with maybe a few patches of stratus along the
Central Coast. Although there will be 2 to 4 degrees of warming
across most coastal areas S of Point Conception, Expect 6 to 10
degrees of warming across inland areas as well as the Central Coast
as weak offshore winds from the San Lucia Mountains are expected
during the overnight and morning hours through Sunday.

The north to northeast winds are not expected to be strong, but high
 temps will reach the mid to upper 80s in the warmest locations
while  relative humidities are expected to lower into the 20s and
30s for  the most part this weekend. there will be a brief period
where the  higher terrain of the Los Angeles and Ventura County
Mountains could  reach single digit humidity levels during Saturday.

High temperatures should trend down a bit while relative humidities
should rise some as another upper low and associated trough begin to
 move closer to the region by mid week into next weekend.


$$

ECC032-211600-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
259 PM PDT Fri Apr 20 2018

...WARMER AND DRY FOR THE WEEKEND...

Generally dry and warmer through Sunday as a ridge of high pressure
builds over the forecast area over the next few days. There will be
a Catalina Eddy developing which will bring some type of marine
layer stratus to the coastal areas of Los Angeles, Ventura and
possibly Santa Barbara South Coast over the next couple of night
through morning hours. Skies should remain mostly clear for areas N
of Point Conception with maybe a few patches of stratus along the
Central Coast. Although there will be 2 to 4 degrees of warming
across most coastal areas S of Point Conception, Expect 6 to 10
degrees of warming across inland areas as well as the Central Coast
as weak offshore winds from the San Lucia Mountains are expected
during the overnight and morning hours through Sunday.

The north to northeast winds are not expected to be strong, but high
 temps will reach the mid to upper 80s in the warmest locations
while  relative humidities are expected to lower into the 20s and
30s for  the most part this weekend. there will be a brief period
where the  higher terrain of the Los Angeles and Ventura County
Mountains could  reach single digit humidity levels during Saturday.

High temperatures should trend down a bit while relative humidities
should rise some as another upper low and associated trough begin to
 move closer to the region by mid week into next weekend.


$$

ECC030-211600-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
259 PM PDT Fri Apr 20 2018

...WARMER AND DRY FOR THE WEEKEND...

Generally dry and warmer through Sunday as a ridge of high pressure
builds over the forecast area over the next few days. There will be
a Catalina Eddy developing which will bring some type of marine
layer stratus to the coastal areas of Los Angeles, Ventura and
possibly Santa Barbara South Coast over the next couple of night
through morning hours. Skies should remain mostly clear for areas N
of Point Conception with maybe a few patches of stratus along the
Central Coast. Although there will be 2 to 4 degrees of warming
across most coastal areas S of Point Conception, Expect 6 to 10
degrees of warming across inland areas as well as the Central Coast
as weak offshore winds from the San Lucia Mountains are expected
during the overnight and morning hours through Sunday.

The north to northeast winds are not expected to be strong, but high
 temps will reach the mid to upper 80s in the warmest locations
while  relative humidities are expected to lower into the 20s and
30s for  the most part this weekend. there will be a brief period
where the  higher terrain of the Los Angeles and Ventura County
Mountains could  reach single digit humidity levels during Saturday.

High temperatures should trend down a bit while relative humidities
should rise some as another upper low and associated trough begin to
 move closer to the region by mid week into next weekend.


$$



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