*Wind Advisory For Ventura County Through Monday
**Heightened Fire Danger through at least Monday
Building high pressure is going to create Fall like weather across the region with Santa Ana wind and very warm temperatures. We will likely see temperatures jumping well above normal through the middle of next week. Unfortunately, this means that despite our recent rain and the return of some hillside green growth, heightened fire danger will return to much of the region!
For tonight, look for mostly clear skies and chilly temperatures in areas where there is little or no offshore wind...lows likely in the 30's and 40's. Where we see a good northeasterly wind, lows will only dip in to the 50's.
For Sunday, with the building Santa Ana wind for Southern California, look for abundant sunshine and very warm temperatures! Highs will be in the 70's and even 80's for all areas.
Looking ahead, skies will remain mostly clear and very dry through much of next week. Temperatures will also stay very warm...about 15 - 25 degrees above normal! A couple of weak storm systems will approach the West Coast and help to weaken the offshore flow by Wednesday. However, temperatures will remain warm and unfortunately at this time, no rain is in sight through at least next weekend.