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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
343 PM PDT Thu Apr 19 2018

ECC029-201645-
Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Vandenberg ECC Dispatch
343 PM PDT Thu Apr 19 2018

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

...GUSTY NORTHWEST TO NORTHERLY WINDS THROUGH TONIGHT...

...WARMER AND DRIER FOR THE WEEKEND...

A weak storm system rolled through the region this morning. Behind
the exiting front, gusty northwesterly winds will increase across
much of the area today. Wind gusts between 40 and 55 mph are
expected across the western portion of the Antelope Valley, mountain
 ridgetops and northerly wind prone areas including the I-5 Corridor
 as well as the Santa Barbara County mountains and adjacent South
Coast. Gusty westerly winds are expected to affect the coastal areas
 of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties as well through tonight.

For tonight, skies will be mostly clear and the northwest to
northerly  winds will gradually decrease. For Friday through the
weekend, high  pressure aloft and weak surface gradients will allow
for warmer and  drier conditions.  A weak eddy could develop late
tonight into  Friday morning allowing some low clouds to develop
across portions  of the Los Angeles County Coast both  early Friday
and Saturday  morning hours. Possibly filtering into portions of the
San Gabriel  Valley.


...Discussion from Monterey...

An upper level ridge will bring dry and warmer weather to the area
while surface high extending into the Pacific Northwest provides
weak offshore flow. An upper level trough will pass north of the
area Sunday and Monday but will bring cooler conditions.

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



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ECC028-201645-
Santa Barbara County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Santa Barbara ECC Dispatch
343 PM PDT Thu Apr 19 2018

...GUSTY NORTHWEST TO NORTHERLY WINDS THROUGH TONIGHT...

...WARMER AND DRIER FOR THE WEEKEND...

A weak storm system rolled through the region this morning. Behind
the exiting front, gusty northwesterly winds will increase across
much of the area today. Wind gusts between 40 and 55 mph are
expected across the western portion of the Antelope Valley, mountain
 ridgetops and northerly wind prone areas including the I-5 Corridor
 as well as the Santa Barbara County mountains and adjacent South
Coast. Gusty westerly winds are expected to affect the coastal areas
 of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties as well through tonight.

For tonight, skies will be mostly clear and the northwest to
northerly  winds will gradually decrease. For Friday through the
weekend, high  pressure aloft and weak surface gradients will allow
for warmer and  drier conditions.  A weak eddy could develop late
tonight into  Friday morning allowing some low clouds to develop
across portions  of the Los Angeles County Coast both  early Friday
and Saturday  morning hours. Possibly filtering into portions of the
San Gabriel  Valley.


$$

ECC031-201645-
Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Lancaster ECC Dispatch
343 PM PDT Thu Apr 19 2018

...GUSTY NORTHWEST TO NORTHERLY WINDS THROUGH TONIGHT...

...WARMER AND DRIER FOR THE WEEKEND...

A weak storm system rolled through the region this morning. Behind
the exiting front, gusty northwesterly winds will increase across
much of the area today. Wind gusts between 40 and 55 mph are
expected across the western portion of the Antelope Valley, mountain
 ridgetops and northerly wind prone areas including the I-5 Corridor
 as well as the Santa Barbara County mountains and adjacent South
Coast. Gusty westerly winds are expected to affect the coastal areas
 of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties as well through tonight.

For tonight, skies will be mostly clear and the northwest to
northerly  winds will gradually decrease. For Friday through the
weekend, high  pressure aloft and weak surface gradients will allow
for warmer and  drier conditions.  A weak eddy could develop late
tonight into  Friday morning allowing some low clouds to develop
across portions  of the Los Angeles County Coast both  early Friday
and Saturday  morning hours. Possibly filtering into portions of the
San Gabriel  Valley.


$$

ECC024-201645-
San Luis Obispo County-
Discussion for San Luis Obispo ECC Dispatch
343 PM PDT Thu Apr 19 2018

...GUSTY NORTHWEST TO NORTHERLY WINDS THROUGH TONIGHT...

...WARMER AND DRIER FOR THE WEEKEND...

A weak storm system rolled through the region this morning. Behind
the exiting front, gusty northwesterly winds will increase across
much of the area today. Wind gusts between 40 and 55 mph are
expected across the western portion of the Antelope Valley, mountain
 ridgetops and northerly wind prone areas including the I-5 Corridor
 as well as the Santa Barbara County mountains and adjacent South
Coast. Gusty westerly winds are expected to affect the coastal areas
 of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties as well through tonight.

For tonight, skies will be mostly clear and the northwest to
northerly  winds will gradually decrease. For Friday through the
weekend, high  pressure aloft and weak surface gradients will allow
for warmer and  drier conditions.  A weak eddy could develop late
tonight into  Friday morning allowing some low clouds to develop
across portions  of the Los Angeles County Coast both  early Friday
and Saturday  morning hours. Possibly filtering into portions of the
San Gabriel  Valley.


$$

ECC032-201645-
Ventura County excluding Los Padres National Forest-
Discussion for Ventura ECC Dispatch
343 PM PDT Thu Apr 19 2018

...GUSTY NORTHWEST TO NORTHERLY WINDS THROUGH TONIGHT...

...WARMER AND DRIER FOR THE WEEKEND...

A weak storm system rolled through the region this morning. Behind
the exiting front, gusty northwesterly winds will increase across
much of the area today. Wind gusts between 40 and 55 mph are
expected across the western portion of the Antelope Valley, mountain
 ridgetops and northerly wind prone areas including the I-5 Corridor
 as well as the Santa Barbara County mountains and adjacent South
Coast. Gusty westerly winds are expected to affect the coastal areas
 of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties as well through tonight.

For tonight, skies will be mostly clear and the northwest to
northerly  winds will gradually decrease. For Friday through the
weekend, high  pressure aloft and weak surface gradients will allow
for warmer and  drier conditions.  A weak eddy could develop late
tonight into  Friday morning allowing some low clouds to develop
across portions  of the Los Angeles County Coast both  early Friday
and Saturday  morning hours. Possibly filtering into portions of the
San Gabriel  Valley.


$$

ECC030-201645-
Los Angeles County excluding Angeles National Forest-
Discussion for Los Angeles ECC Dispatch
343 PM PDT Thu Apr 19 2018

...GUSTY NORTHWEST TO NORTHERLY WINDS THROUGH TONIGHT...

...WARMER AND DRIER FOR THE WEEKEND...

A weak storm system rolled through the region this morning. Behind
the exiting front, gusty northwesterly winds will increase across
much of the area today. Wind gusts between 40 and 55 mph are
expected across the western portion of the Antelope Valley, mountain
 ridgetops and northerly wind prone areas including the I-5 Corridor
 as well as the Santa Barbara County mountains and adjacent South
Coast. Gusty westerly winds are expected to affect the coastal areas
 of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties as well through tonight.

For tonight, skies will be mostly clear and the northwest to
northerly  winds will gradually decrease. For Friday through the
weekend, high  pressure aloft and weak surface gradients will allow
for warmer and  drier conditions.  A weak eddy could develop late
tonight into  Friday morning allowing some low clouds to develop
across portions  of the Los Angeles County Coast both  early Friday
and Saturday  morning hours. Possibly filtering into portions of the
San Gabriel  Valley.


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