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WORK DISCUSSION FOR SAN DIEGO FIRE WEATHER ECC DISPATCH FORECASTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
425 AM PDT THU OCT 30 2014

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SUMMARY OF FWF DISCUSSIONS

Discussion from LAXFWFSGX


ONSHORE FLOW WILL STRENGTHEN THE NEXT FEW DAYS AS A PACIFIC LOW
PRESSURE TROUGH APPROACHES. THIS WILL RESULT IN A COOLING TREND WITH
HIGHER HUMIDITY TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY. THERE WILL BE AREAS OF
STRONG AND GUSTY WINDS IN THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS LATE FRIDAY
THROUGH SATURDAY...WITH GUSTS OVER 45 MPH LIKELY. SOME LIGHT TO
MODERATE RAIN SHOULD FALL FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY...MAINLY FROM
THE MOUNTAINS WEST TO THE COAST...WITH SNOW IN THE HIGHEST
ELEVATIONS. FAIR AND WARMER WEATHER WITH LOWER HUMIDITIES WILL
RETURN EARLY NEXT WEEK AS WEAK OFFSHORE FLOW DEVELOPS.


Discussion from LAXFWFLOX

THE UPPER LEVEL RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE AND ASSOCIATED
OFFSHORE FLOW NEAR THE SURFACE WILL WEAKEN ON THURSDAY...WITH A RETURN
OF ONSHORE FLOW IN THE AFTERNOON. AREAS OF LOW CLOUDS AND FOG ARE EXPECTED
TO RETURN TO SOME COASTAL AREAS BY THURSDAY MORNING...ALONG WITH A SLIGHT
COOLING TREND AND HIGHER HUMIDITIES FOR MOST AREAS ON THURSDAY. A LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM WITH ASSOCIATED COLD FRONT IS EXPECTED TO BRING SOME RAIN TO SLO/SBA
COUNTIES FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING...THEN SPREAD INTO THE LOS ANGELES
BASIN LATE FRIDAY NIGHT INTO EARLY SATURDAY MORNING. RAINFALL AMOUNTS
MOST OF THE FORECAST AREA IS EXPECTED TO SEE BETWEEN ONE TENTH AND ONE THIRD
OF AN INCH OF RAIN WITH THIS SYSTEM...EXCEPT THE CENTRAL COAST COULD SEE
BETWEEN ONE QUARTER AND ONE HALF OF AN INCH. LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS WILL BE
POSSIBLE IN THE FOOTHILLS AND MOUNTAINS.

DRY WEATHER WILL RETURN SATURDAY NIGHT AND LAST THROUGH MUCH OF NEXT WEEK.
WEAK OFFSHORE FLOW IS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP MONDAY INTO TUESDAY...WITH
POTENTIAL MODERATE SANTA ANA WINDS BY WEDNESDAY. INITIALLY...THIS WILL
A COOL SANTA ANA WIND EVENT WITH HIGHS MOSTLY IN THE 70S ON MONDAY, WARMING
INTO THE 80S BY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. A PROLONGED PERIOD OF HUMIDITIES
IN THE TEENS AND SINGLE DIGITS WILL BE POSSIBLE TUESDAY THROUGH
THURSDAY...BRINGING THE POTENTIAL FOR CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS.


Discussion from SFOFWFHNX

WARM AND DRY WEATHER WILL CONTINUE OVER THE REGION
THROUGH THURSDAY. A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO ARRIVE ON
FRIDAY AND BRING COOLER TEMPERATURES ALONG WITH A CHANCE FOR RAIN
AND MOUNTAIN SNOW FRIDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH SATURDAY. WINDS WILL
BE LIGHT AND TERRAIN DRIVEN THROUGH THURSDAY THEN BECOME BREEZY TO
LOCALLY WINDY BY SATURDAY. HIGH PRESSURE AND DRY WEATHER WILL
RETURN NEXT WEEK.



Discussion from RNOFWFVEF

AFTER A WARM FINISH TO OCTOBER...A POTENT STORM SYSTEM
WILL PASS THROUGH THE REGION ON SATURDAY...BRINGING GUSTY WINDS AND
MUCH COOLER TEMPERATURES AREAWIDE...ALONG WITH CHANCES FOR MOUNTAIN
SNOW AND VALLEY RAIN WITH THE BEST CHANCES NORTH OF LAS VEGAS. DRY
WEATHER WILL RETURN ON MONDAY...BUT NORTHERLY BREEZES AND COOL
TEMPERATURES WILL LINGER.


Discussion from PHXFWFPSR


ABNORMALLY WARM AND DRY WEATHER WILL PREVAIL THROUGH FRIDAY UNDER
HIGH PRESSURE...ALTHOUGH INCREASING HIGH CLOUDS WILL LEAD TO PARTLY
SUNNY DAYS. MINIMUM HUMIDITY VALUES WILL FALL MOSTLY INTO THE 10 TO
20 PERCENT RANGE TODAY...THEN RISE SEVERAL PERCENT FRIDAY ESPECIALLY
ACROSS THE HIGHER TERRAIN EAST OF PHOENIX. OVERNIGHT RECOVERY WILL BE
GOOD TO EXCELLENT. WIND SPEEDS WILL STAY UNUSUALLY LIGHT TODAY...
HOWEVER INCREASINGLY GUSTY EASTERLY WINDS OVER RIDGE TOPS WILL BE
INTRODUCED OVER GILA COUNTY ON FRIDAY.

NOTE...ADDITIONAL FIRE WEATHER FORECAST INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND
IN THE AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION. SEE PRODUCT PHXAFDPSR.


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ECC033-302325-

DISCUSSION FOR ORANGE ECC DISPATCH
425 AM PDT THU OCT 30 2014


ONSHORE FLOW WILL STRENGTHEN THE NEXT FEW DAYS AS A PACIFIC LOW
PRESSURE TROUGH APPROACHES. THIS WILL RESULT IN A COOLING TREND WITH
HIGHER HUMIDITY TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY. THERE WILL BE AREAS OF
STRONG AND GUSTY WINDS IN THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS LATE FRIDAY
THROUGH SATURDAY...WITH GUSTS OVER 45 MPH LIKELY. SOME LIGHT TO
MODERATE RAIN SHOULD FALL FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY...MAINLY FROM
THE MOUNTAINS WEST TO THE COAST...WITH SNOW IN THE HIGHEST
ELEVATIONS. FAIR AND WARMER WEATHER WITH LOWER HUMIDITIES WILL
RETURN EARLY NEXT WEEK AS WEAK OFFSHORE FLOW DEVELOPS.

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ECC034-302325-

DISCUSSION FOR RIVERSIDE ECC DISPATCH
425 AM PDT THU OCT 30 2014


ONSHORE FLOW WILL STRENGTHEN THE NEXT FEW DAYS AS A PACIFIC LOW
PRESSURE TROUGH APPROACHES. THIS WILL RESULT IN A COOLING TREND WITH
HIGHER HUMIDITY TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY. THERE WILL BE AREAS OF
STRONG AND GUSTY WINDS IN THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS LATE FRIDAY
THROUGH SATURDAY...WITH GUSTS OVER 45 MPH LIKELY. SOME LIGHT TO
MODERATE RAIN SHOULD FALL FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY...MAINLY FROM
THE MOUNTAINS WEST TO THE COAST...WITH SNOW IN THE HIGHEST
ELEVATIONS. FAIR AND WARMER WEATHER WITH LOWER HUMIDITIES WILL
RETURN EARLY NEXT WEEK AS WEAK OFFSHORE FLOW DEVELOPS.

$$

ECC035-302325-

DISCUSSION FOR MONTE VISTA ECC DISPATCH
425 AM PDT THU OCT 30 2014


ONSHORE FLOW WILL STRENGTHEN THE NEXT FEW DAYS AS A PACIFIC LOW
PRESSURE TROUGH APPROACHES. THIS WILL RESULT IN A COOLING TREND WITH
HIGHER HUMIDITY TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY. THERE WILL BE AREAS OF
STRONG AND GUSTY WINDS IN THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS LATE FRIDAY
THROUGH SATURDAY...WITH GUSTS OVER 45 MPH LIKELY. SOME LIGHT TO
MODERATE RAIN SHOULD FALL FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY...MAINLY FROM
THE MOUNTAINS WEST TO THE COAST...WITH SNOW IN THE HIGHEST
ELEVATIONS. FAIR AND WARMER WEATHER WITH LOWER HUMIDITIES WILL
RETURN EARLY NEXT WEEK AS WEAK OFFSHORE FLOW DEVELOPS.

$$





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