LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Southern California saw its eleventh day of red flag warnings Thursday, the longest run forecasters can remember.
Red flag warnings, which signify a high risk of wildfire due to low humidity and gusty winds, are in effect and scheduled to expire at 10 a.m. Friday for much of Los Angeles County.READ MORE: Caught On Camera: San Bernardino Sheriff Deputy Kicks Surrendered Suspect In Head 2 times
Winds between 15 and 35 miles per hours are forecast in areas under warning, along with gusts of up to 50 mph and humidity levels as low as between 3 and 10 percent, according to a National Weather Service Statement.READ MORE: LAFD Knocks Down 4-Acre Blaze In Remote Section Of Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park
Fire warnings are also in effect in several areas of Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, where the 240,000-acre Thomas Fire continues to rage more than a week after it first broke out.MORE NEWS: Caught On Video: Naked Man Burglarizes Bel-Air Home Before Coming Face To Face With Unsuspecting Homeowner
Sunny clear skies will bring temperatures of about 80 degrees to much of Los Angeles County Thursday.
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