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Fluctuations in temperature and high winds for Southern California this week

Fluctuations In Temperature And High Winds For Southern California This Week

Meteorologists said on Sunday, June 12 that decreasing temperatures and dangerous winds are expected to affect southern California inland areas early in the week, before a brief heat wave warms the region again by the middle of the week. is expected to be.

On Sunday, a low-pressure trough started working in the region, bringing down the temperature marginally after a record-breaking heatwave a few days ago. By Monday, June 13, temperatures can be expected to drop by five to 10 degrees in many inland areas of Southern California, according to the National Weather Service.

The NWS said strong wind gusts in the desert and mountainous areas of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties issued wind advisories from 5 p.m. Sunday to 10 p.m. Monday, June 13. As of Sunday afternoon, the mountains of San Bernardino County had recorded speeds of between 20 and 40 mph, NWS meteorologist Mark Moede said.

According to the U.S. Forest Service, as of 4 p.m. Sunday, the sheep fire had spread to 775 acres near Wrightwood in the Angels National Forest due to dire conditions in the nearby San Gabriel Mountains. Moede said Sunday’s “chaotic and strong winds” made him worried that the fires could become “a problem”.

“Fire can create its own wind and weather to further complicate things,” Moede said. “(Firefighters) will have to go through the afternoon and evening, hopefully these winds start to die down.”

The NWS said serious fire conditions were expected for much of Los Angeles County from Monday through Thursday of this week.

The NWS said mild temperatures and a prominent sea layer are expected to remain off the coast throughout the week.

By Wednesday, June 15, a slightly more mild heat wave warming is expected in the region, with high temperatures expected to drop a few degrees below the record-breaking mark on Friday and Saturday, Moede said. Moede said the heat is expected to continue through Thursday, June 16, before falling below the seasonal average on Saturday, June 18.

With the monsoon season typically starting in mid-June, Moede said the trend of recently increased monsoon moisture over inland mountains and deserts could peak over the weekend of June 18-19. However, he added that any rainfall caused by moisture would be less likely.

“We can expect the monsoon moisture to increase by the end of this month,” he said.

On Saturday, Idyllwild broke its 1979 daily high temperature record of 90 degrees by one degree, the NWS said.

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