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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
352 PM PDT Wed Oct 28 2020

ECC029-291700-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
352 PM PDT Wed Oct 28 2020

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

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK FOR ALL
AREAS DUE TO DRY AND LOCALLY BREEZY CONDITIONS...

Weak offshore winds will continue each mid morning to mid afternoon
through Saturday for the wind prone areas of all four counties.
Gusts between 15 and 25 mph are generally expected, but isolated
gusts to 35 mph are possible in the windiest locations like the San
Gabriel Mountains. Weak Sundowners are also expected each night,
with this evening being the strongest at gusts to 35 mph. Humidities
 will remain dry through the week with minimums between 6 and 15
percent common away from the coast, driest on Thursday. Elevated to
isolated briefly critical conditions will persist as a result, and
the public needs to continue extreme caution with any potential
ignition sources. Offshore winds should increase again Saturday
through Monday, but the latest projections have backed off some.
Gusts between 20 and 35 mph are possible, along with single digit
humidities. There is a chance for a return of Red Flag conditions.


...Discussion from Monterey...

Seasonably warm and dry conditions will prevail through the forecast
period. Slight cooling is likely on Friday, followed by a warming
trend over the weekend. A dry airmass will remain over the district
as periodic light offshore flow prevails in the hills. Overnight
humidity recoveries will remain poor in  the hills, but winds will
be light.

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



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ECC028-291700-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
352 PM PDT Wed Oct 28 2020

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK FOR ALL
AREAS DUE TO DRY AND LOCALLY BREEZY CONDITIONS...

Weak offshore winds will continue each mid morning to mid afternoon
through Saturday for the wind prone areas of all four counties.
Gusts between 15 and 25 mph are generally expected, but isolated
gusts to 35 mph are possible in the windiest locations like the San
Gabriel Mountains. Weak Sundowners are also expected each night,
with this evening being the strongest at gusts to 35 mph. Humidities
 will remain dry through the week with minimums between 6 and 15
percent common away from the coast, driest on Thursday. Elevated to
isolated briefly critical conditions will persist as a result, and
the public needs to continue extreme caution with any potential
ignition sources. Offshore winds should increase again Saturday
through Monday, but the latest projections have backed off some.
Gusts between 20 and 35 mph are possible, along with single digit
humidities. There is a chance for a return of Red Flag conditions.


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ECC031-291700-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
352 PM PDT Wed Oct 28 2020

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK FOR ALL
AREAS DUE TO DRY AND LOCALLY BREEZY CONDITIONS...

Weak offshore winds will continue each mid morning to mid afternoon
through Saturday for the wind prone areas of all four counties.
Gusts between 15 and 25 mph are generally expected, but isolated
gusts to 35 mph are possible in the windiest locations like the San
Gabriel Mountains. Weak Sundowners are also expected each night,
with this evening being the strongest at gusts to 35 mph. Humidities
 will remain dry through the week with minimums between 6 and 15
percent common away from the coast, driest on Thursday. Elevated to
isolated briefly critical conditions will persist as a result, and
the public needs to continue extreme caution with any potential
ignition sources. Offshore winds should increase again Saturday
through Monday, but the latest projections have backed off some.
Gusts between 20 and 35 mph are possible, along with single digit
humidities. There is a chance for a return of Red Flag conditions.


$$

ECC024-291700-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
352 PM PDT Wed Oct 28 2020

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK FOR ALL
AREAS DUE TO DRY AND LOCALLY BREEZY CONDITIONS...

Weak offshore winds will continue each mid morning to mid afternoon
through Saturday for the wind prone areas of all four counties.
Gusts between 15 and 25 mph are generally expected, but isolated
gusts to 35 mph are possible in the windiest locations like the San
Gabriel Mountains. Weak Sundowners are also expected each night,
with this evening being the strongest at gusts to 35 mph. Humidities
 will remain dry through the week with minimums between 6 and 15
percent common away from the coast, driest on Thursday. Elevated to
isolated briefly critical conditions will persist as a result, and
the public needs to continue extreme caution with any potential
ignition sources. Offshore winds should increase again Saturday
through Monday, but the latest projections have backed off some.
Gusts between 20 and 35 mph are possible, along with single digit
humidities. There is a chance for a return of Red Flag conditions.


$$

ECC032-291700-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
352 PM PDT Wed Oct 28 2020

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK FOR ALL
AREAS DUE TO DRY AND LOCALLY BREEZY CONDITIONS...

Weak offshore winds will continue each mid morning to mid afternoon
through Saturday for the wind prone areas of all four counties.
Gusts between 15 and 25 mph are generally expected, but isolated
gusts to 35 mph are possible in the windiest locations like the San
Gabriel Mountains. Weak Sundowners are also expected each night,
with this evening being the strongest at gusts to 35 mph. Humidities
 will remain dry through the week with minimums between 6 and 15
percent common away from the coast, driest on Thursday. Elevated to
isolated briefly critical conditions will persist as a result, and
the public needs to continue extreme caution with any potential
ignition sources. Offshore winds should increase again Saturday
through Monday, but the latest projections have backed off some.
Gusts between 20 and 35 mph are possible, along with single digit
humidities. There is a chance for a return of Red Flag conditions.


$$

ECC030-291700-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
352 PM PDT Wed Oct 28 2020

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK FOR ALL
AREAS DUE TO DRY AND LOCALLY BREEZY CONDITIONS...

Weak offshore winds will continue each mid morning to mid afternoon
through Saturday for the wind prone areas of all four counties.
Gusts between 15 and 25 mph are generally expected, but isolated
gusts to 35 mph are possible in the windiest locations like the San
Gabriel Mountains. Weak Sundowners are also expected each night,
with this evening being the strongest at gusts to 35 mph. Humidities
 will remain dry through the week with minimums between 6 and 15
percent common away from the coast, driest on Thursday. Elevated to
isolated briefly critical conditions will persist as a result, and
the public needs to continue extreme caution with any potential
ignition sources. Offshore winds should increase again Saturday
through Monday, but the latest projections have backed off some.
Gusts between 20 and 35 mph are possible, along with single digit
humidities. There is a chance for a return of Red Flag conditions.


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