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Gusty northerly winds will continue through late tonight, strongest over S. Santa Barbara Co. and the LA Mtns. Elevated fire weather concerns continue, use caution! #SoCal #CAwx #LAwind
Gusty N-NW winds continue for the Santa Barbara mtns/south coast into the L.A. mtns & valleys, & over our coastal waters. Choppy seas are expected w/Small Craft to Gale Force winds. With the dry air over interior areas, elevated fire weather conditions continue. #socal #cawind
Elevated fire weather conditions across interior areas of SW Calif and southern SBA county through the weekend due to gusty NW-N winds and low humidities. Do your part to prevent wildfires and avoid creating sparks. Photo-Matt Hartman. #LAWeather #LAwind #cawx #Socal
Gusty N-NW winds into Sat AM, from Santa Barbara to L.A. county mtns & valleys. Keep in mind, the winds bring elevated fire weather conditions, in part due to our very low rainfall winter. Do your part to prevent wildfires and avoid creating sparks. #socal #CAwind #LAwind #SBwind
Update: #SpringsFire. Strong air attack appears to have limited fire's spread. Reports fire holding within retardant lines, at approx 60 acres, S of Big Rock Creek Rd. Winds reduced. Mult fire engines & hand crews on scene. Fire first reported at 4:17pm. Photo, @KTLA .