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.
Southern California added the threat of fires and flooding to its misery on Thursday as forecasters predicted continued hot, muggy weather coupled with the chance of thunderstorms.
Fireworks will be booming over the Rose Bowl Wednesday night for the annual Americafest show, but authorities are concerned about what might be happening outside the stadium.
High wind and red fag warnings are now in effect until Sunday afternoon because of low humidity and expected strong gusts.
A fire burning in Riverside County has scorched between five to 20 acres.
Hurricane force winds out of the northeast are possible in the local mountains, starting Wednesday night, upping the danger of wildfires and making driving hazardous for truckers.
A red flag warning will be in effect across the Southland Wednesday due to high winds and low humidity levels.
The first weekend of autumn is being greeted with a Red Flag Warning Saturday, as desert-dry winds and high temperatures are building across the region.
The calendar may say it’s the second day of fall, but Southern California is in for high temperatures and fire danger over the next few days.