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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
324 PM PDT Fri May 24 2019

ECC029-251630-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
324 PM PDT Fri May 24 2019

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

...MOUNTAIN SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE SATURDAY...

...GUSTY ONSHORE FLOW SATURDAY THROUGH MONDAY WITH PERIODS OF
RAIN...

A weak upper level trough will persist through Saturday, resulting
in cooler than normal conditions and increasing marine layer
influence. There is also a chance for showers or thunderstorms over
the mountains Saturday afternoon and evening, especially over
Ventura County. An unseasonable low pressure system should drop
south into southern California late Sunday, likely resulting in
widespread showers and cold conditions. Any rainfall will be light
to moderate, with amounts 0.10 to 0.50 inches and rates under
0.25 inches per hour. The chance for thunderstorms is not zero, but
minimal with the best chances in the mountains. Southwest wind gusts
between 30 and  50 mph expected over the weekend, becoming west to
northwest by  Monday. These winds will be focused over the interior
areas.  Lingering showers possible on Monday, especially in the
mountains.  Drying and warming conditions likely Tuesday through
Thursday with  persistently gusty northwest to north winds.

NOTE: Beginning Monday May 27, NWS WFO Los Angeles/Oxnard will enter
the fire weather high season operations. This FWF product will be
issued twice daily including weekends. The morning issuance will
occur between 900 and 930 AM and the afternoon product will be
issued between 300 and 330 PM. As always, National Weather Service
forecasters are available 24/7 for spot forecast requests and
consultation.


...Discussion from Monterey...

Little change is forecast through Saturday. An  unseasonably cold
weather system dropping southward down the West Coast is forecast to
bring scattered showers to the district from late Saturday night
through Sunday evening. Thunderstorms are not expected, but can`t be
ruled out, especially on Sunday. Dry  weather will return by Monday.
Temperatures will be cooler than  normal throughout the period,
especially on Sunday when daytime  temperatures will be as much as
20 degrees cooler than normal.

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



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ECC028-251630-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
324 PM PDT Fri May 24 2019

...MOUNTAIN SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE SATURDAY...

...GUSTY ONSHORE FLOW SATURDAY THROUGH MONDAY WITH PERIODS OF
RAIN...

A weak upper level trough will persist through Saturday, resulting
in cooler than normal conditions and increasing marine layer
influence. There is also a chance for showers or thunderstorms over
the mountains Saturday afternoon and evening, especially over
Ventura County. An unseasonable low pressure system should drop
south into southern California late Sunday, likely resulting in
widespread showers and cold conditions. Any rainfall will be light
to moderate, with amounts 0.10 to 0.50 inches and rates under
0.25 inches per hour. The chance for thunderstorms is not zero, but
minimal with the best chances in the mountains. Southwest wind gusts
between 30 and  50 mph expected over the weekend, becoming west to
northwest by  Monday. These winds will be focused over the interior
areas.  Lingering showers possible on Monday, especially in the
mountains.  Drying and warming conditions likely Tuesday through
Thursday with  persistently gusty northwest to north winds.

NOTE: Beginning Monday May 27, NWS WFO Los Angeles/Oxnard will enter
the fire weather high season operations. This FWF product will be
issued twice daily including weekends. The morning issuance will
occur between 900 and 930 AM and the afternoon product will be
issued between 300 and 330 PM. As always, National Weather Service
forecasters are available 24/7 for spot forecast requests and
consultation.


$$

ECC031-251630-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
324 PM PDT Fri May 24 2019

...MOUNTAIN SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE SATURDAY...

...GUSTY ONSHORE FLOW SATURDAY THROUGH MONDAY WITH PERIODS OF
RAIN...

A weak upper level trough will persist through Saturday, resulting
in cooler than normal conditions and increasing marine layer
influence. There is also a chance for showers or thunderstorms over
the mountains Saturday afternoon and evening, especially over
Ventura County. An unseasonable low pressure system should drop
south into southern California late Sunday, likely resulting in
widespread showers and cold conditions. Any rainfall will be light
to moderate, with amounts 0.10 to 0.50 inches and rates under
0.25 inches per hour. The chance for thunderstorms is not zero, but
minimal with the best chances in the mountains. Southwest wind gusts
between 30 and  50 mph expected over the weekend, becoming west to
northwest by  Monday. These winds will be focused over the interior
areas.  Lingering showers possible on Monday, especially in the
mountains.  Drying and warming conditions likely Tuesday through
Thursday with  persistently gusty northwest to north winds.

NOTE: Beginning Monday May 27, NWS WFO Los Angeles/Oxnard will enter
the fire weather high season operations. This FWF product will be
issued twice daily including weekends. The morning issuance will
occur between 900 and 930 AM and the afternoon product will be
issued between 300 and 330 PM. As always, National Weather Service
forecasters are available 24/7 for spot forecast requests and
consultation.


$$

ECC024-251630-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
324 PM PDT Fri May 24 2019

...MOUNTAIN SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE SATURDAY...

...GUSTY ONSHORE FLOW SATURDAY THROUGH MONDAY WITH PERIODS OF
RAIN...

A weak upper level trough will persist through Saturday, resulting
in cooler than normal conditions and increasing marine layer
influence. There is also a chance for showers or thunderstorms over
the mountains Saturday afternoon and evening, especially over
Ventura County. An unseasonable low pressure system should drop
south into southern California late Sunday, likely resulting in
widespread showers and cold conditions. Any rainfall will be light
to moderate, with amounts 0.10 to 0.50 inches and rates under
0.25 inches per hour. The chance for thunderstorms is not zero, but
minimal with the best chances in the mountains. Southwest wind gusts
between 30 and  50 mph expected over the weekend, becoming west to
northwest by  Monday. These winds will be focused over the interior
areas.  Lingering showers possible on Monday, especially in the
mountains.  Drying and warming conditions likely Tuesday through
Thursday with  persistently gusty northwest to north winds.

NOTE: Beginning Monday May 27, NWS WFO Los Angeles/Oxnard will enter
the fire weather high season operations. This FWF product will be
issued twice daily including weekends. The morning issuance will
occur between 900 and 930 AM and the afternoon product will be
issued between 300 and 330 PM. As always, National Weather Service
forecasters are available 24/7 for spot forecast requests and
consultation.


$$

ECC032-251630-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
324 PM PDT Fri May 24 2019

...MOUNTAIN SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE SATURDAY...

...GUSTY ONSHORE FLOW SATURDAY THROUGH MONDAY WITH PERIODS OF
RAIN...

A weak upper level trough will persist through Saturday, resulting
in cooler than normal conditions and increasing marine layer
influence. There is also a chance for showers or thunderstorms over
the mountains Saturday afternoon and evening, especially over
Ventura County. An unseasonable low pressure system should drop
south into southern California late Sunday, likely resulting in
widespread showers and cold conditions. Any rainfall will be light
to moderate, with amounts 0.10 to 0.50 inches and rates under
0.25 inches per hour. The chance for thunderstorms is not zero, but
minimal with the best chances in the mountains. Southwest wind gusts
between 30 and  50 mph expected over the weekend, becoming west to
northwest by  Monday. These winds will be focused over the interior
areas.  Lingering showers possible on Monday, especially in the
mountains.  Drying and warming conditions likely Tuesday through
Thursday with  persistently gusty northwest to north winds.

NOTE: Beginning Monday May 27, NWS WFO Los Angeles/Oxnard will enter
the fire weather high season operations. This FWF product will be
issued twice daily including weekends. The morning issuance will
occur between 900 and 930 AM and the afternoon product will be
issued between 300 and 330 PM. As always, National Weather Service
forecasters are available 24/7 for spot forecast requests and
consultation.


$$

ECC030-251630-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
324 PM PDT Fri May 24 2019

...MOUNTAIN SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE SATURDAY...

...GUSTY ONSHORE FLOW SATURDAY THROUGH MONDAY WITH PERIODS OF
RAIN...

A weak upper level trough will persist through Saturday, resulting
in cooler than normal conditions and increasing marine layer
influence. There is also a chance for showers or thunderstorms over
the mountains Saturday afternoon and evening, especially over
Ventura County. An unseasonable low pressure system should drop
south into southern California late Sunday, likely resulting in
widespread showers and cold conditions. Any rainfall will be light
to moderate, with amounts 0.10 to 0.50 inches and rates under
0.25 inches per hour. The chance for thunderstorms is not zero, but
minimal with the best chances in the mountains. Southwest wind gusts
between 30 and  50 mph expected over the weekend, becoming west to
northwest by  Monday. These winds will be focused over the interior
areas.  Lingering showers possible on Monday, especially in the
mountains.  Drying and warming conditions likely Tuesday through
Thursday with  persistently gusty northwest to north winds.

NOTE: Beginning Monday May 27, NWS WFO Los Angeles/Oxnard will enter
the fire weather high season operations. This FWF product will be
issued twice daily including weekends. The morning issuance will
occur between 900 and 930 AM and the afternoon product will be
issued between 300 and 330 PM. As always, National Weather Service
forecasters are available 24/7 for spot forecast requests and
consultation.


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