Red Flag Warning
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.
An off-shore flow continues to bring gusty winds and high fire danger Tuesday. Temperatures to be in the upper 70s to low 80s.
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.
Fire and weather officials are urging Southern Californians to heed high fire and wind warnings over the next three days after a third year of especially dry conditions.
Dry and windy conditions have prompted officials to extend a red flag warning for parts of the Southland through Monday morning.
Southern Californians should keep that beach umbrella handy and hold off on buying new snow skis — at least through the end of 2013.
The warning, which signals a high fire dangers, was originally set to expire at 6 p.m. Thursday across much of the LA area.
Officials have issued a red flag warning as strong offshore winds and warmer temperatures head into the Southland Wednesday.
A Red Flag Warning has been extended into Wednesday afternoon for Los Angeles and Ventura counties, the National Weather Service said.
A Red Flag warning Tuesday prompted local fire agencies to increase staffing in fire-prone areas ahead of anticipated winds and low humidity levels across the Southland.
Southern California is expected to experience another day of strong and possibly damaging Santa Ana winds.
Red flag warnings were in effect across the Southland Friday morning due to gusty winds, high temperatures and single-digit humidity levels.
We are still on track for a moderate to strong Santa Ana wind event today.
The National Weather Service Tuesday issued a red flag warning for the mountains of Los Angeles County.