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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
306 PM PDT Sun Jul 14 2024

ECC029-151615-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
306 PM PDT Sun Jul 14 2024

...Discussion from Monterey...

Onshore breezes will usher coastal stratus and fog inland each night
and morning, with clearing back to near the coastline each day.
Daily high temperatures will be near mid July normals during the
week with exception of a possible warming trend late in the week.
Dry weather continuing through the week except  for possibly light
patchy coastal drizzle at night and in the morning.

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



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

...POTENTIAL FOR LARGE PLUME-DOMINATED FIRES ACROSS INTERIOR DUE TO
VERY HIGH MIXING HEIGHTS THROUGH AT LEAST WEDNESDAY...

Isolated showers and thunderstorms are developing across the eastern
  Antelope Valley today and there`s also a chance of storms across
the eastern San Gabriels and northern Ventura mountains. Brief heavy
rain, gusty winds up to 55 mph and frequent lightning are possible
with these storms. A similar scenario is possible Monday afternoon
in the same areas.

Minimum humidities across the interior will contniue to drop to
around 15 percent each afternoon. In addition, onshore wind gusts
between 20  to 30 mph are expected each afternoon for the next few
days, with gusty  northwest winds each afternoon and evening across
the Interstate 5  corridor. Local gusts to 35 mph will be possible.

Conditions will be favorable for large vertical plume growth with
any new or existing fires, especially in old fuel growth stands.
Mixing heights up to 15,000 feet will be common across the Antelope
Valley through at  least Wednesday and 10,000 to 13,000 feet
elsewhere and areas under a  large plume dominated fire can expect
to have gusty and erratic surface  winds and the potential for
extreme fire behavior should any ignition  starts.

High temperatures are expected to remain steady through midweek.
However, another warming trend is expected for the latter half of
the  week, with highs again approaching 110 across the far interior
areas. In addition, gusty northerly winds are possible over the
Santa Ynez Range  and Santa Lucias Tuesday through Thursday nights.


$$

ECC028-151615-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
306 PM PDT Sun Jul 14 2024

...POTENTIAL FOR LARGE PLUME-DOMINATED FIRES ACROSS INTERIOR DUE TO
VERY HIGH MIXING HEIGHTS THROUGH AT LEAST WEDNESDAY...

Isolated showers and thunderstorms are developing across the eastern
  Antelope Valley today and there`s also a chance of storms across
the eastern San Gabriels and northern Ventura mountains. Brief heavy
rain, gusty winds up to 55 mph and frequent lightning are possible
with these storms. A similar scenario is possible Monday afternoon
in the same areas.

Minimum humidities across the interior will contniue to drop to
around 15 percent each afternoon. In addition, onshore wind gusts
between 20  to 30 mph are expected each afternoon for the next few
days, with gusty  northwest winds each afternoon and evening across
the Interstate 5  corridor. Local gusts to 35 mph will be possible.

Conditions will be favorable for large vertical plume growth with
any new or existing fires, especially in old fuel growth stands.
Mixing heights up to 15,000 feet will be common across the Antelope
Valley through at  least Wednesday and 10,000 to 13,000 feet
elsewhere and areas under a  large plume dominated fire can expect
to have gusty and erratic surface  winds and the potential for
extreme fire behavior should any ignition  starts.

High temperatures are expected to remain steady through midweek.
However, another warming trend is expected for the latter half of
the  week, with highs again approaching 110 across the far interior
areas. In addition, gusty northerly winds are possible over the
Santa Ynez Range  and Santa Lucias Tuesday through Thursday nights.


$$

ECC031-151615-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
306 PM PDT Sun Jul 14 2024

...POTENTIAL FOR LARGE PLUME-DOMINATED FIRES ACROSS INTERIOR DUE TO
VERY HIGH MIXING HEIGHTS THROUGH AT LEAST WEDNESDAY...

Isolated showers and thunderstorms are developing across the eastern
  Antelope Valley today and there`s also a chance of storms across
the eastern San Gabriels and northern Ventura mountains. Brief heavy
rain, gusty winds up to 55 mph and frequent lightning are possible
with these storms. A similar scenario is possible Monday afternoon
in the same areas.

Minimum humidities across the interior will contniue to drop to
around 15 percent each afternoon. In addition, onshore wind gusts
between 20  to 30 mph are expected each afternoon for the next few
days, with gusty  northwest winds each afternoon and evening across
the Interstate 5  corridor. Local gusts to 35 mph will be possible.

Conditions will be favorable for large vertical plume growth with
any new or existing fires, especially in old fuel growth stands.
Mixing heights up to 15,000 feet will be common across the Antelope
Valley through at  least Wednesday and 10,000 to 13,000 feet
elsewhere and areas under a  large plume dominated fire can expect
to have gusty and erratic surface  winds and the potential for
extreme fire behavior should any ignition  starts.

High temperatures are expected to remain steady through midweek.
However, another warming trend is expected for the latter half of
the  week, with highs again approaching 110 across the far interior
areas. In addition, gusty northerly winds are possible over the
Santa Ynez Range  and Santa Lucias Tuesday through Thursday nights.


$$

ECC024-151615-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
306 PM PDT Sun Jul 14 2024

...POTENTIAL FOR LARGE PLUME-DOMINATED FIRES ACROSS INTERIOR DUE TO
VERY HIGH MIXING HEIGHTS THROUGH AT LEAST WEDNESDAY...

Isolated showers and thunderstorms are developing across the eastern
  Antelope Valley today and there`s also a chance of storms across
the eastern San Gabriels and northern Ventura mountains. Brief heavy
rain, gusty winds up to 55 mph and frequent lightning are possible
with these storms. A similar scenario is possible Monday afternoon
in the same areas.

Minimum humidities across the interior will contniue to drop to
around 15 percent each afternoon. In addition, onshore wind gusts
between 20  to 30 mph are expected each afternoon for the next few
days, with gusty  northwest winds each afternoon and evening across
the Interstate 5  corridor. Local gusts to 35 mph will be possible.

Conditions will be favorable for large vertical plume growth with
any new or existing fires, especially in old fuel growth stands.
Mixing heights up to 15,000 feet will be common across the Antelope
Valley through at  least Wednesday and 10,000 to 13,000 feet
elsewhere and areas under a  large plume dominated fire can expect
to have gusty and erratic surface  winds and the potential for
extreme fire behavior should any ignition  starts.

High temperatures are expected to remain steady through midweek.
However, another warming trend is expected for the latter half of
the  week, with highs again approaching 110 across the far interior
areas. In addition, gusty northerly winds are possible over the
Santa Ynez Range  and Santa Lucias Tuesday through Thursday nights.


$$

ECC032-151615-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
306 PM PDT Sun Jul 14 2024

...POTENTIAL FOR LARGE PLUME-DOMINATED FIRES ACROSS INTERIOR DUE TO
VERY HIGH MIXING HEIGHTS THROUGH AT LEAST WEDNESDAY...

Isolated showers and thunderstorms are developing across the eastern
  Antelope Valley today and there`s also a chance of storms across
the eastern San Gabriels and northern Ventura mountains. Brief heavy
rain, gusty winds up to 55 mph and frequent lightning are possible
with these storms. A similar scenario is possible Monday afternoon
in the same areas.

Minimum humidities across the interior will contniue to drop to
around 15 percent each afternoon. In addition, onshore wind gusts
between 20  to 30 mph are expected each afternoon for the next few
days, with gusty  northwest winds each afternoon and evening across
the Interstate 5  corridor. Local gusts to 35 mph will be possible.

Conditions will be favorable for large vertical plume growth with
any new or existing fires, especially in old fuel growth stands.
Mixing heights up to 15,000 feet will be common across the Antelope
Valley through at  least Wednesday and 10,000 to 13,000 feet
elsewhere and areas under a  large plume dominated fire can expect
to have gusty and erratic surface  winds and the potential for
extreme fire behavior should any ignition  starts.

High temperatures are expected to remain steady through midweek.
However, another warming trend is expected for the latter half of
the  week, with highs again approaching 110 across the far interior
areas. In addition, gusty northerly winds are possible over the
Santa Ynez Range  and Santa Lucias Tuesday through Thursday nights.


$$

ECC030-151615-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
306 PM PDT Sun Jul 14 2024

...POTENTIAL FOR LARGE PLUME-DOMINATED FIRES ACROSS INTERIOR DUE TO
VERY HIGH MIXING HEIGHTS THROUGH AT LEAST WEDNESDAY...

Isolated showers and thunderstorms are developing across the eastern
  Antelope Valley today and there`s also a chance of storms across
the eastern San Gabriels and northern Ventura mountains. Brief heavy
rain, gusty winds up to 55 mph and frequent lightning are possible
with these storms. A similar scenario is possible Monday afternoon
in the same areas.

Minimum humidities across the interior will contniue to drop to
around 15 percent each afternoon. In addition, onshore wind gusts
between 20  to 30 mph are expected each afternoon for the next few
days, with gusty  northwest winds each afternoon and evening across
the Interstate 5  corridor. Local gusts to 35 mph will be possible.

Conditions will be favorable for large vertical plume growth with
any new or existing fires, especially in old fuel growth stands.
Mixing heights up to 15,000 feet will be common across the Antelope
Valley through at  least Wednesday and 10,000 to 13,000 feet
elsewhere and areas under a  large plume dominated fire can expect
to have gusty and erratic surface  winds and the potential for
extreme fire behavior should any ignition  starts.

High temperatures are expected to remain steady through midweek.
However, another warming trend is expected for the latter half of
the  week, with highs again approaching 110 across the far interior
areas. In addition, gusty northerly winds are possible over the
Santa Ynez Range  and Santa Lucias Tuesday through Thursday nights.


$$