Fire Weather Watch – Embedded Santa Ana Wind Advisory


Issued Zones:  SCV/SFV … East/Central VT Valley … The Inland Empire …

Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Fire Weather Watch with an embedded Santa Ana Wind Advisory effective now for Sunday …

Date: 6/8/19 at 12:00pm PT

Forecast: A passing front well to the north will bring in an offshore flow.  This weak offshore flow will bring 30-40 mph wind gusts to the prone zones of the Inland Empire and Santa Clarita Valley zones, including some of the West Hills/Moorpark areas on your Sunday. 

Given this is a weak offshore flow, temperatures will also be on the rise due to subsidence, or sinking air.  Temperatures of 95-100 will be out there, making it feel like Summer for the first time. 

This will be short-lived as Sunday evening the onshore flow kicks in and brings the temperatures down.  This is not yet a true prolonged heatwave event so the beaches will remain cold.

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Forecaster: KM

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