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Warm, dry conditions continue Monday

Posted at 5:31 AM, Nov 12, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-12 14:56:30-05

Much of California remains under a Red Flag Warning, which will continue into Tuesday for most areas. That includes Ventura and Los Angeles Counties where the Hill and Woolsey fires continue to burn. Under this warning, winds can range anywhere from 20-35 miles per hour with gusts up to 45 mph. Butte County, including surrounding areas, is also under the warning through Monday morning. Winds in that are expected to subside Monday afternoon as crews continue to battle the Camp Fire.

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As a result of the fires, smoke might be visible in the area. There isn’t an air quality warning in place for San Luis Obispo or Santa Barbara Counties, but according to the latest update,  Lompoc and Santa Maria will have moderate air quality Monday.

Photo from OurAir.org
Photo from OurAir.org

Offshore flow will continue Monday, which will keep daytime highs warm and conditions are dry. The Coastal valleys could reach the upper 70s, while the beaches will stay close to the mid-70s. Temperatures for the interior valleys will stay within the low to mid-70s range, with the exception of the Santa Ynez Valley, which will be around the upper 70s to low 80s.