Moderate to locally strong Santa Ana winds will impact much of Southern California Sunday night through Tuesday. Peak wind gusts between 50 and 60 mph can be expected across the mountains on Monday, with gusts in the 40 to 45 mph range across the valleys. Humidities are expected to lower into the single digits by Tuesday. As a result, critical fire weather conditions will be possible Monday into Tuesday due to the combination of gusty northeast winds, very low humidities, and warm temperatures.
High temperatures in coastal areas will near their average high temperature for July! Temperatures away from the coast will also be warm next week, but not rival their July average high. Click on the images to enlarge and read.