While the bulk of the region's first major storm of the fall season has moved away from San Diego, some lingering storm clouds could bring light, spotty showers over the weekend, forecasters said.
Strong winds and low humidity have created dangerous fire conditions Friday, the National Weather Service reports.
San Diegans will see a major shift in weather Wednesday as a storm arrives bringing areas of moderate rain to heavy rain before the weekend.
NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap explains just where these high and dangerous winds are coming from.
While no warnings were in effect in San Diego County Thursday, the region was not clear of fire danger yet, weathercasters said, as humidity levels had little time to recover and windy conditions remain.
Though a red flag warning expired Wednesday evening and a high wind warning expired Tuesday, the threat of wildfires will continue Thursday amid low humidity and gusty winds.
Hurricane-force wind gusts were recorded around San Diego County Monday.
The U.S. Forest Service Fire Modeling Institute has an interactive map to help identify wildfire risk. The map shows areas that are at the highest risk of burning to help fire officials prioritize resources and...
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