A weak onshore flow will bring clouds back to the coast tonight, but dry gusty winds will begin developing in the mountains.
Wednesday will be much hotter with temperatures warming up 10-15 degrees higher than Tuesday. A Heat Advisory will go into effect Wednesday at 11am until 6pm Friday for the coast and inland communities. Temperatures will continue rising, with numbers near record highs on Thursday and Friday as the heat peaks.
A Wind Advisory will go into effect at 6am Wednesday until 8pm Thursday for our inland valleys with wind gusts of 35-50 mph as Santa Ana conditions return to the county.
High heat and lowering humidity will elevate fire danger, please be cautious and avoid machinery or anything that could potentially spark or start a fire.
The winds will subside on Friday, but the heat will continue. A coastal Eddy will begin the cooling near the coast on Saturday, but the mountains and deserts will start cooling on Sunday.
High pressure will break down and another storm to our north will help to usher in cooler and windier conditions for early next week. As the next storm system moves to the west coast, we may get a chance for showers with a slight chance for Monday night and Tuesday. Westerly winds will impact our county, stay tune to the forecast.
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