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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
851 AM PDT Mon Apr 23 2018

ECC029-241000-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
851 AM PDT Mon Apr 23 2018

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

A weak high pressure ridge will remain over the fire district this
week with minimal changes in daily temperatures. A shallow marine
layer around 1500 feet deep will bring morning and night low clouds
and patchy fog to coastal and nearby valley locations throughout the
week. Diurnal onshore winds will be the rule with locally gusty
afternoon southwest winds through the highway 14 corridor through
the San Gabriel Mountains and Antelope Valley.

A low pressure system will approach northern California on Friday
and move across the state over the weekend. This will increase the
marine layer depth with stronger onshore flow and cooler
temperatures across the fire district of southwest California.


...Discussion from Monterey...

High pressure will maintain dry conditions over the district into
early Friday. An upper level low over the eastern Pacific will move
onshore later Friday into Saturday bringing a  slight chance of
showers.

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



$$

ECC028-241000-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
851 AM PDT Mon Apr 23 2018


A weak high pressure ridge will remain over the fire district this
week with minimal changes in daily temperatures. A shallow marine
layer around 1500 feet deep will bring morning and night low clouds
and patchy fog to coastal and nearby valley locations throughout the
week. Diurnal onshore winds will be the rule with locally gusty
afternoon southwest winds through the highway 14 corridor through
the San Gabriel Mountains and Antelope Valley.

A low pressure system will approach northern California on Friday
and move across the state over the weekend. This will increase the
marine layer depth with stronger onshore flow and cooler
temperatures across the fire district of southwest California.


$$

ECC031-241000-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
851 AM PDT Mon Apr 23 2018


A weak high pressure ridge will remain over the fire district this
week with minimal changes in daily temperatures. A shallow marine
layer around 1500 feet deep will bring morning and night low clouds
and patchy fog to coastal and nearby valley locations throughout the
week. Diurnal onshore winds will be the rule with locally gusty
afternoon southwest winds through the highway 14 corridor through
the San Gabriel Mountains and Antelope Valley.

A low pressure system will approach northern California on Friday
and move across the state over the weekend. This will increase the
marine layer depth with stronger onshore flow and cooler
temperatures across the fire district of southwest California.


$$

ECC024-241000-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
851 AM PDT Mon Apr 23 2018


A weak high pressure ridge will remain over the fire district this
week with minimal changes in daily temperatures. A shallow marine
layer around 1500 feet deep will bring morning and night low clouds
and patchy fog to coastal and nearby valley locations throughout the
week. Diurnal onshore winds will be the rule with locally gusty
afternoon southwest winds through the highway 14 corridor through
the San Gabriel Mountains and Antelope Valley.

A low pressure system will approach northern California on Friday
and move across the state over the weekend. This will increase the
marine layer depth with stronger onshore flow and cooler
temperatures across the fire district of southwest California.


$$

ECC032-241000-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
851 AM PDT Mon Apr 23 2018


A weak high pressure ridge will remain over the fire district this
week with minimal changes in daily temperatures. A shallow marine
layer around 1500 feet deep will bring morning and night low clouds
and patchy fog to coastal and nearby valley locations throughout the
week. Diurnal onshore winds will be the rule with locally gusty
afternoon southwest winds through the highway 14 corridor through
the San Gabriel Mountains and Antelope Valley.

A low pressure system will approach northern California on Friday
and move across the state over the weekend. This will increase the
marine layer depth with stronger onshore flow and cooler
temperatures across the fire district of southwest California.


$$

ECC030-241000-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
851 AM PDT Mon Apr 23 2018


A weak high pressure ridge will remain over the fire district this
week with minimal changes in daily temperatures. A shallow marine
layer around 1500 feet deep will bring morning and night low clouds
and patchy fog to coastal and nearby valley locations throughout the
week. Diurnal onshore winds will be the rule with locally gusty
afternoon southwest winds through the highway 14 corridor through
the San Gabriel Mountains and Antelope Valley.

A low pressure system will approach northern California on Friday
and move across the state over the weekend. This will increase the
marine layer depth with stronger onshore flow and cooler
temperatures across the fire district of southwest California.


$$


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