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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
351 PM PST Sun Nov 22 2020

ECC029-231800-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
351 PM PST Sun Nov 22 2020

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

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS, SANTA
BARBARA SOUTH COAST, AND SANTA CLARITA VALLEY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
DUE TO GUSTY NORTH WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITIES...

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND
VALLEYS OF LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA COUNTIES ON TUESDAY DUE TO
GUSTY NORTHEAST WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITIES...

...POTENTIAL FOR A MODERATE SANTA ANA WIND EVENT WITH LOW
HUMIDITIES AND ELEVATED TO BRIEF CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS
THURSDAY NIGHT INTO FRIDAY ACROSS LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA
COUNTIES.

Northwest to north winds will develop later this afternoon
through tonight across the mountains and Santa Barbara south coast
where wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph can be expected, except locally
up to 40 mph near Gaviota. The northerly winds are expected to
increase in coverage Monday into Monday night across these areas
as well as the Santa Clarita and northern San Fernando Valleys,
with gusts in the 25 to 40 mph range. Humidities will remain low
across the mountains and foothills of the Santa Ynez range through
this evening then rise some overnight. Humidities will then lower
to between 10 and 25 percent across the windy areas on Monday,
resulting in a continuation of elevated fire weather conditions.

The low level flow is then expected to shift to the northeast
late Monday night into Tuesday, when wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph
are likely for the mountains and valleys of Los Angeles and
Ventura counties. These offshore winds combined with humidities
lowering to between 10 and 25 percent will maintain elevated fire
weather conditions for these wind prone areas of Los Angeles and
Ventura counties. After quiet conditions on Wednesday, northerly
winds are expected to be on the increase on Thursday, with drying
conditions by afternoon resulting in a return of elevated fire
weather conditions for the mountains and Santa Clarita Valley.
There is the potential for a moderate Santa Ana wind event with
further lowering of humidities Thursday night into Friday bringing
elevated to brief critical fire weather conditions for wind prone
areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Lighter offshore winds
and continued very dry conditions will likely persist into
Saturday. There is no precipitation in the forecast for the next
10 days.


...Discussion from Monterey...

An upper level trough will move through tonight bringing
increasing humidities to the district but rain will stay to the
north. Gusty north winds will develop in the North and East Bay
Hills Monday night and Tuesday morning as the trough moves into
the Great Basin. Another round of gusty offshore winds is expected
Thursday night as another upper trough drops into the Great
Basin.

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



$$

ECC028-231800-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
351 PM PST Sun Nov 22 2020

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS, SANTA
BARBARA SOUTH COAST, AND SANTA CLARITA VALLEY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
DUE TO GUSTY NORTH WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITIES...

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND
VALLEYS OF LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA COUNTIES ON TUESDAY DUE TO
GUSTY NORTHEAST WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITIES...

...POTENTIAL FOR A MODERATE SANTA ANA WIND EVENT WITH LOW
HUMIDITIES AND ELEVATED TO BRIEF CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS
THURSDAY NIGHT INTO FRIDAY ACROSS LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA
COUNTIES.

Northwest to north winds will develop later this afternoon
through tonight across the mountains and Santa Barbara south coast
where wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph can be expected, except locally
up to 40 mph near Gaviota. The northerly winds are expected to
increase in coverage Monday into Monday night across these areas
as well as the Santa Clarita and northern San Fernando Valleys,
with gusts in the 25 to 40 mph range. Humidities will remain low
across the mountains and foothills of the Santa Ynez range through
this evening then rise some overnight. Humidities will then lower
to between 10 and 25 percent across the windy areas on Monday,
resulting in a continuation of elevated fire weather conditions.

The low level flow is then expected to shift to the northeast
late Monday night into Tuesday, when wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph
are likely for the mountains and valleys of Los Angeles and
Ventura counties. These offshore winds combined with humidities
lowering to between 10 and 25 percent will maintain elevated fire
weather conditions for these wind prone areas of Los Angeles and
Ventura counties. After quiet conditions on Wednesday, northerly
winds are expected to be on the increase on Thursday, with drying
conditions by afternoon resulting in a return of elevated fire
weather conditions for the mountains and Santa Clarita Valley.
There is the potential for a moderate Santa Ana wind event with
further lowering of humidities Thursday night into Friday bringing
elevated to brief critical fire weather conditions for wind prone
areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Lighter offshore winds
and continued very dry conditions will likely persist into
Saturday. There is no precipitation in the forecast for the next
10 days.


$$

ECC031-231800-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
351 PM PST Sun Nov 22 2020

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS, SANTA
BARBARA SOUTH COAST, AND SANTA CLARITA VALLEY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
DUE TO GUSTY NORTH WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITIES...

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND
VALLEYS OF LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA COUNTIES ON TUESDAY DUE TO
GUSTY NORTHEAST WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITIES...

...POTENTIAL FOR A MODERATE SANTA ANA WIND EVENT WITH LOW
HUMIDITIES AND ELEVATED TO BRIEF CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS
THURSDAY NIGHT INTO FRIDAY ACROSS LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA
COUNTIES.

Northwest to north winds will develop later this afternoon
through tonight across the mountains and Santa Barbara south coast
where wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph can be expected, except locally
up to 40 mph near Gaviota. The northerly winds are expected to
increase in coverage Monday into Monday night across these areas
as well as the Santa Clarita and northern San Fernando Valleys,
with gusts in the 25 to 40 mph range. Humidities will remain low
across the mountains and foothills of the Santa Ynez range through
this evening then rise some overnight. Humidities will then lower
to between 10 and 25 percent across the windy areas on Monday,
resulting in a continuation of elevated fire weather conditions.

The low level flow is then expected to shift to the northeast
late Monday night into Tuesday, when wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph
are likely for the mountains and valleys of Los Angeles and
Ventura counties. These offshore winds combined with humidities
lowering to between 10 and 25 percent will maintain elevated fire
weather conditions for these wind prone areas of Los Angeles and
Ventura counties. After quiet conditions on Wednesday, northerly
winds are expected to be on the increase on Thursday, with drying
conditions by afternoon resulting in a return of elevated fire
weather conditions for the mountains and Santa Clarita Valley.
There is the potential for a moderate Santa Ana wind event with
further lowering of humidities Thursday night into Friday bringing
elevated to brief critical fire weather conditions for wind prone
areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Lighter offshore winds
and continued very dry conditions will likely persist into
Saturday. There is no precipitation in the forecast for the next
10 days.


$$

ECC024-231800-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
351 PM PST Sun Nov 22 2020

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS, SANTA
BARBARA SOUTH COAST, AND SANTA CLARITA VALLEY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
DUE TO GUSTY NORTH WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITIES...

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND
VALLEYS OF LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA COUNTIES ON TUESDAY DUE TO
GUSTY NORTHEAST WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITIES...

...POTENTIAL FOR A MODERATE SANTA ANA WIND EVENT WITH LOW
HUMIDITIES AND ELEVATED TO BRIEF CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS
THURSDAY NIGHT INTO FRIDAY ACROSS LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA
COUNTIES.

Northwest to north winds will develop later this afternoon
through tonight across the mountains and Santa Barbara south coast
where wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph can be expected, except locally
up to 40 mph near Gaviota. The northerly winds are expected to
increase in coverage Monday into Monday night across these areas
as well as the Santa Clarita and northern San Fernando Valleys,
with gusts in the 25 to 40 mph range. Humidities will remain low
across the mountains and foothills of the Santa Ynez range through
this evening then rise some overnight. Humidities will then lower
to between 10 and 25 percent across the windy areas on Monday,
resulting in a continuation of elevated fire weather conditions.

The low level flow is then expected to shift to the northeast
late Monday night into Tuesday, when wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph
are likely for the mountains and valleys of Los Angeles and
Ventura counties. These offshore winds combined with humidities
lowering to between 10 and 25 percent will maintain elevated fire
weather conditions for these wind prone areas of Los Angeles and
Ventura counties. After quiet conditions on Wednesday, northerly
winds are expected to be on the increase on Thursday, with drying
conditions by afternoon resulting in a return of elevated fire
weather conditions for the mountains and Santa Clarita Valley.
There is the potential for a moderate Santa Ana wind event with
further lowering of humidities Thursday night into Friday bringing
elevated to brief critical fire weather conditions for wind prone
areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Lighter offshore winds
and continued very dry conditions will likely persist into
Saturday. There is no precipitation in the forecast for the next
10 days.


$$

ECC032-231800-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
351 PM PST Sun Nov 22 2020

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS, SANTA
BARBARA SOUTH COAST, AND SANTA CLARITA VALLEY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
DUE TO GUSTY NORTH WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITIES...

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND
VALLEYS OF LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA COUNTIES ON TUESDAY DUE TO
GUSTY NORTHEAST WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITIES...

...POTENTIAL FOR A MODERATE SANTA ANA WIND EVENT WITH LOW
HUMIDITIES AND ELEVATED TO BRIEF CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS
THURSDAY NIGHT INTO FRIDAY ACROSS LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA
COUNTIES.

Northwest to north winds will develop later this afternoon
through tonight across the mountains and Santa Barbara south coast
where wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph can be expected, except locally
up to 40 mph near Gaviota. The northerly winds are expected to
increase in coverage Monday into Monday night across these areas
as well as the Santa Clarita and northern San Fernando Valleys,
with gusts in the 25 to 40 mph range. Humidities will remain low
across the mountains and foothills of the Santa Ynez range through
this evening then rise some overnight. Humidities will then lower
to between 10 and 25 percent across the windy areas on Monday,
resulting in a continuation of elevated fire weather conditions.

The low level flow is then expected to shift to the northeast
late Monday night into Tuesday, when wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph
are likely for the mountains and valleys of Los Angeles and
Ventura counties. These offshore winds combined with humidities
lowering to between 10 and 25 percent will maintain elevated fire
weather conditions for these wind prone areas of Los Angeles and
Ventura counties. After quiet conditions on Wednesday, northerly
winds are expected to be on the increase on Thursday, with drying
conditions by afternoon resulting in a return of elevated fire
weather conditions for the mountains and Santa Clarita Valley.
There is the potential for a moderate Santa Ana wind event with
further lowering of humidities Thursday night into Friday bringing
elevated to brief critical fire weather conditions for wind prone
areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Lighter offshore winds
and continued very dry conditions will likely persist into
Saturday. There is no precipitation in the forecast for the next
10 days.


$$

ECC030-231800-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
351 PM PST Sun Nov 22 2020

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS, SANTA
BARBARA SOUTH COAST, AND SANTA CLARITA VALLEY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
DUE TO GUSTY NORTH WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITIES...

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND
VALLEYS OF LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA COUNTIES ON TUESDAY DUE TO
GUSTY NORTHEAST WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITIES...

...POTENTIAL FOR A MODERATE SANTA ANA WIND EVENT WITH LOW
HUMIDITIES AND ELEVATED TO BRIEF CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS
THURSDAY NIGHT INTO FRIDAY ACROSS LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA
COUNTIES.

Northwest to north winds will develop later this afternoon
through tonight across the mountains and Santa Barbara south coast
where wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph can be expected, except locally
up to 40 mph near Gaviota. The northerly winds are expected to
increase in coverage Monday into Monday night across these areas
as well as the Santa Clarita and northern San Fernando Valleys,
with gusts in the 25 to 40 mph range. Humidities will remain low
across the mountains and foothills of the Santa Ynez range through
this evening then rise some overnight. Humidities will then lower
to between 10 and 25 percent across the windy areas on Monday,
resulting in a continuation of elevated fire weather conditions.

The low level flow is then expected to shift to the northeast
late Monday night into Tuesday, when wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph
are likely for the mountains and valleys of Los Angeles and
Ventura counties. These offshore winds combined with humidities
lowering to between 10 and 25 percent will maintain elevated fire
weather conditions for these wind prone areas of Los Angeles and
Ventura counties. After quiet conditions on Wednesday, northerly
winds are expected to be on the increase on Thursday, with drying
conditions by afternoon resulting in a return of elevated fire
weather conditions for the mountains and Santa Clarita Valley.
There is the potential for a moderate Santa Ana wind event with
further lowering of humidities Thursday night into Friday bringing
elevated to brief critical fire weather conditions for wind prone
areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Lighter offshore winds
and continued very dry conditions will likely persist into
Saturday. There is no precipitation in the forecast for the next
10 days.


$$


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