Our first SANTA ANA EVENT of the season is in full swing. Humidity levels dropping to 5-10% in the afternoons, temperatures rising 10 degrees compared to Saturday, and gusty winds coming out of the northeast could gust 50 - 60 MPH especially in the mountain slopes. The worst of this Santa Ana event is Sunday and Monday.
RED FLAG WARNING in effect from midnight until 3pm Monday for the County of San Diego.
HEAT ADVISORY in effect from 11 AM Sunday until 8 PM Monday for the coast and inland valleys.
WIND ADVISORY in effect from midnight until 5 PM Monday.
SATURDAY NIGHT'S FORECAST
Coast: sunny - breezy - upper 80s to low 90s
Inland: sunny - windy- upper 90s to low 100s
Mountains: sunny - windy, gusty at times - mid 80s
Desert: sunny - breezy, gusty at times - upper 90s to low 100s
The danger of WILDFIRES increases with this type of weather condition - even a spark can cause a small fire which can spread quickly, so extra caution - PLEASE!