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SPOT FORECAST FOR SILVERADO...CNF TRAB
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
459 AM PDT SUN SEP 21 2014

FORECAST IS BASED ON REQUEST TIME OF 1400 PDT ON SEPTEMBER 20.
IF CONDITIONS BECOME UNREPRESENTATIVE...CONTACT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE.

.DISCUSSION...
MINOR WARMING AND DRYING AS THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER CENTRAL
CALIFORNIA LIFTS NORTHEAST. AREAS OF LOW CLOUDS BELOW ABOUT 3000
FT ELEVATION WILL CLEAR BY 1000. FOG MAY REDUCE VISIBILITY TO 2
MILES OR LESS BETWEEN 2200 AND 3200 FT ELEVATION THROUGH 900.
WINDS WILL BE TERRAIN DRIVEN THIS MORNING...BECOMING WEST-
SOUTHWEST AND GUSTY BY 1400 AS THE SEA BREEZE PUSHES INTO
SILVERADO CANYON. WINDS WILL WEAKEN BY 2000 THIS EVENING. GOOD
HUMIDITY RECOVERY TONIGHT WITH LOW CLOUDS AND FOG BELOW 2500
FT....AND MODERATE HUMIDITY RECOVERY ON THE RIDGES.
WARMING AND DRYING TREND CONTINUES MONDAY AND TUESDAY AS A WEAK
RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS OVER THE AREA.

.TODAY...

SKY/WEATHER.........MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH AREAS OF FOG BELOW 3000 FT
                    ELEVATION...BECOMING SUNNY.
MAX TEMPERATURE.....AROUND 79 AT 1600 FT AND 72 AT 3800 FT.
MIN HUMIDITY........50-60 PERCENT.
WIND................
   SLOPES...........DOWNSLOPE/DOWNCANYON 2 TO 4 MPH...BECOMING UPSLOPE/
                    UPCANYON 5 TO 8 MPH BY 0800...THEN BECOMING
                    WEST-SOUTHWEST 5 TO 8 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 15 MPH
                    AFTER 1300.
   RIDGETOP.........VARIABLE 3 TO 5 MPH...BECOMING WEST 4 TO 7 MPH WITH
                    GUSTS TO 17 MPH AFTER 1200.
CHC WETTING RAIN....0 PERCENT.
MIXING HEIGHT.......500-1000 FT AGL...BECOMING 1000-2500 FT AGL
                    LATE IN THE MORNING.
MIXING WINDS........WEST 5 TO 10 MPH.

.TONIGHT...

SKY/WEATHER.........CLEAR. AREAS OF CLOUDS AND FOG BELOW 2500 FT ELEVATION
                    AFTER MIDNIGHT.
MIN TEMPERATURE.....AROUND 59-63.
MAX HUMIDITY........80-90 PERCENT BELOW 2500 FT. 40-60 PERCENT ABOVE 2500
                    FT.
WIND................
   SLOPES...........WINDS WEST 4 TO 7 MPH BECOMING DOWNSLOPE/DOWNCANYON
                    2 TO 4 MPH AFTER 2000.
   RIDGETOP.........VARIABLE 3 TO 5 MPH.
CHC WETTING RAIN....0 PERCENT.
MIXING HEIGHT.......500-1000 FT AGL.
MIXING WINDS........EAST 5 MPH.

.MONDAY...

SKY/WEATHER.........SUNNY. AREAS OF CLOUDS AND FOG BELOW 2500 FT ELEVATION
                    THROUGH 0900.
MAX TEMPERATURE.....AROUND 83 AT 1600 FT AND 75 AT 3800 FT.
MIN HUMIDITY........40-50 PERCENT.
WIND................
   SLOPES...........DOWNSLOPE/DOWNCANYON 2 TO 4 MPH...BECOMING UPSLOPE/
                    UPCANYON 5 TO 8 MPH BY 0800...THEN BECOMING
                    WEST-SOUTHWEST 4 TO 6 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 12 MPH
                    AFTER 1300.
   RIDGETOP.........VARIABLE 3 TO 5 MPH BECOMING WEST 4 TO 7 MPH WITH
                    GUSTS TO 15 MPH AFTER 1200.
CHC WETTING RAIN....0 PERCENT.
MIXING HEIGHT.......500-1500 FT AGL.
MIXING WINDS........WEST 5 TO 8 MPH.

$$
FORECASTER...STEFANIE SULLIVAN
REQUESTED BY...TIM CAREY
TYPE OF REQUEST...WILDFIRE
.TAG 20140920.SILVE.01/SGX







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