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A red-flag warning was still in effect in Los Angeles and Ventura counties Sunday, as gusty winds and dry conditions were expected to increase fire danger, according to the National Weather Service.


Motorists should be aware of strong crosswinds, and large vehicles should be driven with care, a National Weather Service official said. (Credit: Multimedios HD)

Northeast winds combined with low humidity and a particularly dry season prompted the warning, which is in effect until Monday at 4 p.m.

Winds are gusting between 50 and 55 mph in the mountains and between 40 and 45 mph in coastal and valley areas, said David Sweet, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Oxnard.

Temperatures were warmer Sunday, due to the northeast winds, with highs in the 70s in downtown Los Angeles, and highs in the lower-to-mid 70s in the valleys, he said. Humidity is expected to be in the single digits and low teens through Monday.

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