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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
325 PM PST Tue Jan 21 2020

ECC029-221730-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
325 PM PST Tue Jan 21 2020

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

Northwesterly flow and residual moisture brought a cool and partly
to mostly cloudy day across the fire district. Gusty southwest winds
to 40 mph were observed through the highway 14 corridor into the
west Antelope Valley. There is a weak storm system moving through
the Bay Area this afternoon which will clip northern counties late
tonight  with a few showers. Clouds may linger over the northern
mountains on Wednesday before drier conditions spread across the
district. There will be a weak Sundowner this evening west of Goleta
with gusty north winds up to 40 mph. Weak offshore flow will
return to the area Wednesday night to Thursday, then remain in
place through Saturday. Temperature trends will be warmer along
with lower minimum humidity later in the week. The next chance of
precipitation will return late Sunday with a few showers lingering
into Monday across the mountains.


...Discussion from Monterey...

A weak cold front will shift through the district.  Rainfall amounts
will generally be light. Southerly winds will be breezy at times
ahead of the front, especially in the hills and along the coast.
Winds will switch to the northwest and decrease behind the front.
Generally light winds and dry conditions are expected through the
remainder of the work week, except for a slight chance of rain
late in the week across the North Bay.

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



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ECC028-221730-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
325 PM PST Tue Jan 21 2020


Northwesterly flow and residual moisture brought a cool and partly
to mostly cloudy day across the fire district. Gusty southwest winds
to 40 mph were observed through the highway 14 corridor into the
west Antelope Valley. There is a weak storm system moving through
the Bay Area this afternoon which will clip northern counties late
tonight  with a few showers. Clouds may linger over the northern
mountains on Wednesday before drier conditions spread across the
district. There will be a weak Sundowner this evening west of Goleta
with gusty north winds up to 40 mph. Weak offshore flow will
return to the area Wednesday night to Thursday, then remain in
place through Saturday. Temperature trends will be warmer along
with lower minimum humidity later in the week. The next chance of
precipitation will return late Sunday with a few showers lingering
into Monday across the mountains.


$$

ECC031-221730-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
325 PM PST Tue Jan 21 2020


Northwesterly flow and residual moisture brought a cool and partly
to mostly cloudy day across the fire district. Gusty southwest winds
to 40 mph were observed through the highway 14 corridor into the
west Antelope Valley. There is a weak storm system moving through
the Bay Area this afternoon which will clip northern counties late
tonight  with a few showers. Clouds may linger over the northern
mountains on Wednesday before drier conditions spread across the
district. There will be a weak Sundowner this evening west of Goleta
with gusty north winds up to 40 mph. Weak offshore flow will
return to the area Wednesday night to Thursday, then remain in
place through Saturday. Temperature trends will be warmer along
with lower minimum humidity later in the week. The next chance of
precipitation will return late Sunday with a few showers lingering
into Monday across the mountains.


$$

ECC024-221730-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
325 PM PST Tue Jan 21 2020


Northwesterly flow and residual moisture brought a cool and partly
to mostly cloudy day across the fire district. Gusty southwest winds
to 40 mph were observed through the highway 14 corridor into the
west Antelope Valley. There is a weak storm system moving through
the Bay Area this afternoon which will clip northern counties late
tonight  with a few showers. Clouds may linger over the northern
mountains on Wednesday before drier conditions spread across the
district. There will be a weak Sundowner this evening west of Goleta
with gusty north winds up to 40 mph. Weak offshore flow will
return to the area Wednesday night to Thursday, then remain in
place through Saturday. Temperature trends will be warmer along
with lower minimum humidity later in the week. The next chance of
precipitation will return late Sunday with a few showers lingering
into Monday across the mountains.


$$

ECC032-221730-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
325 PM PST Tue Jan 21 2020


Northwesterly flow and residual moisture brought a cool and partly
to mostly cloudy day across the fire district. Gusty southwest winds
to 40 mph were observed through the highway 14 corridor into the
west Antelope Valley. There is a weak storm system moving through
the Bay Area this afternoon which will clip northern counties late
tonight  with a few showers. Clouds may linger over the northern
mountains on Wednesday before drier conditions spread across the
district. There will be a weak Sundowner this evening west of Goleta
with gusty north winds up to 40 mph. Weak offshore flow will
return to the area Wednesday night to Thursday, then remain in
place through Saturday. Temperature trends will be warmer along
with lower minimum humidity later in the week. The next chance of
precipitation will return late Sunday with a few showers lingering
into Monday across the mountains.


$$

ECC030-221730-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
325 PM PST Tue Jan 21 2020


Northwesterly flow and residual moisture brought a cool and partly
to mostly cloudy day across the fire district. Gusty southwest winds
to 40 mph were observed through the highway 14 corridor into the
west Antelope Valley. There is a weak storm system moving through
the Bay Area this afternoon which will clip northern counties late
tonight  with a few showers. Clouds may linger over the northern
mountains on Wednesday before drier conditions spread across the
district. There will be a weak Sundowner this evening west of Goleta
with gusty north winds up to 40 mph. Weak offshore flow will
return to the area Wednesday night to Thursday, then remain in
place through Saturday. Temperature trends will be warmer along
with lower minimum humidity later in the week. The next chance of
precipitation will return late Sunday with a few showers lingering
into Monday across the mountains.


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