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Wind Advisory issued October 26 at 8:41PM PDT until October 27 at 3:00PM PDT by NWS Oxnard Ventura County Coastal Valleys; Ventura County Interior Valleys ...WIND ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 3 PM PDT TUESDAY... * WHAT...North winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 45 mph expected. * WHERE...Ventura County Interior Valleys and Ventura County Coastal Valleys. * WHEN...Until 3 PM PDT Tuesday. * IMPACTS...Gusty winds will blow around unsecured objects and make driving difficult, especially for high profile vehicles. Tree limbs could be blown down and a few power outages may result. Use extra caution when driving, especially if operating a high profile vehicle. Secure outdoor objects.
Air Quality Alert issued October 26 at 8:32AM PDT by NWS Oxnard Ventura County Coast; Ventura County Coastal Valleys; Ventura County Interior Valleys; Ventura County Mountains ...AIR QUALITY ALERT FOR VENTURA COUNTY UNTIL TUESDAY MORNING... The Ventura County Air Pollution Control District has issued an air quality alert due to increased particulate matter from blowing dust throughout Ventura County. The air quality alert is in effect until 9am PDT Tuesday. Localized air quality could fluctuate depending on wind conditions. Particulate matter can vary hour by hour and change frequently; at times producing unhealthy air quality in Ventura County. Forecast AQI colors are meant to be as representative as possible for the 24-hour day. Air quality may fluctuate and is likely to be better or worse than is indicated for the full day. Exposure to particle pollution can cause serious health problems, aggravate lung disease, cause asthma attacks and acute bronchitis, and increase risk of respiratory infections. Residents are advised to use caution as conditions warrant. People with heart or lung diseases should follow their doctors advice for dealing with episodes of unhealthy air quality. Additionally, people with respiratory or heart disease, older adults, and children should avoid prolonged exposure, strenuous activities or heavy exertion as conditions dictate. For additional information, call the Ventura County Air Pollution Control District at 805.662.6960 (Monday-Friday), visit vcapcd.org, or follow VCAPCD on Twitter (@vcapcd).
Red Flag Warning issued October 26 at 3:55PM PDT until October 27 at 6:00PM PDT by NWS Oxnard Los Angeles County San Fernando Valley; Los Angeles County San Gabriel Valley; Santa Clarita Valley; Ventura County Coastal Valleys; Ventura County Interior Valleys ...RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 PM TUESDAY FOR STRONG NORTHEAST WINDS AND VERY LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY FOR ALL OF LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA COUNTIES EXCEPT FOR THE ANTELOPE VALLEY... .A strong Santa Ana wind event is underway today across Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Damaging wind gusts of 60 to 90 mph have already been observed across the Los Angeles county mountains and adjacent foothills. The strongest winds with this event are expected to continue through this evening, especially in Los Angeles county, where the strongest upper level wind support exists. The strong upper level wind support will likely bring strong and erratic mountain wave wind conditions across the San Gabriel mountains through this evening, with locally damaging winds surfacing into the foothills of the San Gabriel and San Fernando Valleys, especially along the 118 and 210 corridors. Damaging wind gusts of 60 to 75 mph will continue thorough this evening in the mountains of Los Angeles and Ventura counties, and 50 to 60 mph in the wind prone valleys and foothills. Wind gusts of 35 to 50 mph are expected across the Ventura coast and Malibu to Hollywood Hills. Late tonight into Tuesday morning, the Santa Ana winds are expected to weaken slightly, with further reduction of winds by Tuesday afternoon. The downslope winds with this event have brought rapid drying with many locations falling into single digits. This is a very dry air mass with humidities falling as low as 2 to 5 percent today and Tuesday (especially Los Angeles County), with very poor recoveries tonight. The combination of a strong offshore pressure gradient, strong upper level wind support, and significant cold air advection is producing the strongest Santa Ana wind event we have seen so far this season, with the most dangerous fire weather conditions we have seen since October 2019. A particularly dangerous situation will continue through this evening for the Los Angeles County mountains due to the unusual combination of strong and damaging winds, single digit humidities, and extremely dry vegetation. New fire ignitions in Los Angeles and Ventura counties will likely have very rapid fire growth, extreme fire behavior, and long range spotting, resulting in a significant threat to life and property. ...RED FLAG WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 PM PDT TUESDAY FOR STRONG NORTH TO NORTHEAST WINDS AND VERY LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY FOR THE VALLEYS OF LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA COUNTIES... * Winds...North to northeast 25 to 40 mph with damaging wind gusts of 50 to 65 mph through this evening. Strongest winds across the eastern Ventura valleys, Santa Clarita Valley, northern/western portion of the San Fernando Valley, and the foothills of the San Gabriel Valley along the Interstate 210 corridor. Winds likely to diminish some later Monday night into Tuesday morning, with gusts generally 30 to 45 mph, except local gusts to 50 mph in the foothills. * Relative Humidity...Widespread single digit humidities through Tuesday. Humidities falling as low as 2 to 5 percent, driest over Los Angeles County. Very poor recoveries tonight in the foothills and windy areas. * Impacts...Due to the damaging wind gusts expected with this event, there will be an increased risk of fire ignitions due to downed trees and powerlines. If fire ignition occurs, conditions will be favorable for very rapid fire spread, long range spotting, and extreme fire behavior which would bring a significant threat to life and property. A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions are occurring. A combination of strong winds...very low relative humidity...and critically dry fuels can contribute to extreme fire behavior with very rapid fire spread. Use extreme caution with potential fire ignition sources. Residents are urged to assemble their emergency supply kit and know your evacuation route.