Red Flag Warning
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.
The warning, issued for the mountains of Los Angeles and Ventura counties, will be in effect from 6 a.m. Wednesday to 10 a.m. Thursday.
We are on the backside of this fierce Santa Ana wind, however, we are not done with it just yet.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department has ramped up staffing Thursday in response to increased fire danger caused by gusty winds and extremely warm temperatures.
Hot and windy for the next couple of days. The wind peaks this morning.
Warm temperatures and windy conditions prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Red Flag Warning Wednesday.
Low clouds this morning should clear out later. Dry conditions and gusty winds have prompted a red flag warning through Thursday.
Red flag warnings are up around Southern California as dry, windy weather creates fire danger.
A Red Flag warning was in effect Monday indicating high fire danger across the region.
Red flag warnings for parts of Southern California are in effect as a result of strong winds, dry conditions and warm temperatures.