Santa Ana Winds
As high winds continue to blow through Southern California, the Red Flag fire warning has firefighters on high alert.
Strong winds are expected across Southwestern California through Monday morning, officials advised.
Record highs were expected this week as a heat wave moves into Southern California.
A red flag warning is expected to go into effect on Sunday for much of Southern California, the National Weather Service announced.
Get geared up for a hot week in the Southland. A strong ridge of high pressure will expand into the west coast over the next 24 hours.
One of California’s largest utilities has agreed to pay a $24.5 million penalty for safety violations uncovered after a 2011 windstorm left more than 400,000 customers without lights and a power-line failure electrocuted three family members, state regulators announced Thursday.
A wildfire that forced hundreds of residents out of their homes late last week was 78 percent contained on Sunday, authorities 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.
Southern Californians should keep that beach umbrella handy and hold off on buying new snow skis — at least through the end of 2013.
Strong and possibly damaging Santa Ana winds continue to plague Southern California with gusts of up to 80 miles per hour expected in some mountain areas.
A wildfire in the heavily vegetated Santa Ana River bottom has been held to 311 acres, despite gusty Santa Ana winds, extremely dry conditions and temperatures in the 80s.
A Red Flag warning was in effect Monday indicating high fire danger across the region.
A spring storm that battered Northern California Saturday continues to move south, dumping snow in the mountains above Los Angeles and bringing big waves to beaches.
Powerful Santa Ana winds have died down across Southern California, and forecasters say a new weather system from the west could bring some relief from bone-dry conditions.
Red Flag warnings set to expire at midnight in Los Angeles and Orange County have been extended to 9 a.m. and noon, respectively.Additionally, a warning for Riverside County has also been extended to noon Sunday.