Large Oil Sheen Closes Goleta Beach, Park Remains Open

Emergency crews are currently at Goleta Beach on a report of a very large oil sheen in that area.

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Los Angeles

Special Statement:

Issued at: 6:30 am PDT on July 29, 2015, expires at: 7:00 PM PDT on July 29, 2015
  • ...Very warm and humid conditions across southwest California through Friday with possible thunderstorms... High pressure aloft along with weak onshore flow will bring an extended period of very warm to hot weather to southwest California through early next week. It will be a few degrees warmer today than it was on Tuesday...with temperatures Thursday...deep moisture and very weak winds aloft will pose a heightened risk of flash flooding...and that threat could continue through Friday. A Flash Flood Watch may be needed for mounrising well into the 90s to around 100 degrees in many valleys locations... at lower elevations in the mountains...and in the Antelope Valley. It will become a bit more humid as well. There is a slight chance of thunderstorms this afternoon in the mountains of Los Angeles and Ventura counties and the Antelope Valley as monsoonal moisture begins to creep into the region. The chance of showers and thunderstorms will gradually overspread the entire region very late tonight and Thursday...then continue into Thursday night. Some thunderstorms may produce heavy downpours. However...much of the time Thursday and Thursday night will likely be rain-free. Due to the increased cloud cover...high temperatures on Thursday may be slightly lower than those reached today...but it will be significantly more humid which may make it feel more uncomfortable. The combination of high temperatures and increased humidity will create dangerous conditions for those at risk of heat-related illness. This heat may impact participants and spectators for the special olympic world games...especially in valley venues. On Friday...the slight chance of showers and thunderstorms will continue...mainly across interior sections. It will remain rather humid and very warm across the region. Shower and thunderstorm activity is expected to decrease this weekend...and should be confined to the afternoon and evening hours across the mountains of Los Angeles and Ventura counties and the Antelope Valley. Temperatures are expected to be a few degrees above normal Saturday through Tuesday. 630 am PDT Wed Jul 29 2015 ...Very warm and humid conditions across southwest California through Friday with possible thunderstorms... High pressure aloft along with weak onshore flow will bring an extended period of very warm to hot weather to southwest California through early next week. It will be a few degrees warmer today than it was on Tuesday...with temperatures Thursday...deep moisture and very weak winds aloft will pose a heightened risk of flash flooding...and that threat could continue through Friday. A Flash Flood Watch may be needed for mounrising well into the 90s to around 100 degrees in many valleys locations... at lower elevations in the mountains...and in the Antelope Valley. It will become a bit more humid as well. There is a slight chance of thunderstorms this afternoon in the mountains of Los Angeles and Ventura counties and the Antelope Valley as monsoonal moisture begins to creep into the region. The chance of showers and thunderstorms will gradually overspread the entire region very late tonight and Thursday...then continue into Thursday night. Some thunderstorms may produce heavy downpours. However...much of the time Thursday and Thursday night will likely be rain-free. Due to the increased cloud cover...high temperatures on Thursday may be slightly lower than those reached today...but it will be significantly more humid which may make it feel more uncomfortable. The combination of high temperatures and increased humidity will create dangerous conditions for those at risk of heat-related illness. This heat may impact participants and spectators for the special olympic world games...especially in valley venues. On Friday...the slight chance of showers and thunderstorms will continue...mainly across interior sections. It will remain rather humid and very warm across the region. Shower and thunderstorm activity is expected to decrease this weekend...and should be confined to the afternoon and evening hours across the mountains of Los Angeles and Ventura counties and the Antelope Valley. Temperatures are expected to be a few degrees above normal Saturday through Tuesday.
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