Firefighters across the Southland remained on alert Thursday as dangerous fire conditions develop.
Red flag warnings were in effect across the Southland Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
The lower rating took effect Friday.
Drought conditions and several illegal fireworks busts have local agencies extremely worried about the upcoming fire season.
A red flag warning is expected to go into effect on Sunday for much of Southern California, the National Weather Service announced.
A red flag warning has been issued by the National Weather Service for much of the Southland, which has been hit with strong winds and high temperatures.
A red flag warning was in effect for much of the Southland Wednesday due to potentially strong winds, high temperatures and low humidity levels, the National Weather Service said.
Red Flag warning will be in effect through Wednesday due to potentially strong Santa Ana winds and low humidities, the National Weather Service said.
A Red Flag warning will be in effect Monday through Wednesday due to potentially strong Santa Ana winds and low humidities, the National Weather Service said.
Forecasters are warning of an onslaught of gusty, dry conditions that have raised fire danger in swaths of Southern California.
The warning, which signals a high fire dangers, was originally set to expire at 6 p.m. Thursday across much of the LA area.
Dry and windy conditions through and below the passes and canyons of Southern California have prompted officials to issue a red flag warning for the region.
Southern California is expected to experience another day of strong and possibly damaging Santa Ana winds.
Warm temperatures and windy conditions prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Red Flag Warning Wednesday.
The Fillmore fire has made it clear that mother nature has no intention of postponing fire season this year, and residents have been urged to prepare.