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Red Flag Warnings Continue. Due to the continued fire weather conditions – including strong Santa Ana winds and low humidity values – Red Flag Warnings continue across the region through this evening. Here’s a portion of the updated warning issued by the National Weather Service in Los Angeles yesterday ( Sunday ): ” An extended period of Santa Ana offshore winds will continue through Monday focused over much of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties. East winds with gusts 30 to 40 mph are expected late tonight into Monday , however, winds are expected to be weaker overall on Monday . Meanwhile, minimum humidities of 3 to 10 percent will be common through at least the middle of this coming week, with widespread poor overnight recoveries…mostly staying under 30 percent. As a result, critical Red Flag conditions will persist over most of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties through Monday with a chance for locally critical conditions continuing into Tuesday , especially in the valleys and mountains. The Santa Barbara County Mountains will maintain elevated fire weather conditions due to continued very dry conditions with very poor overnight recoveries. There is a chance of additional plume growth on Monday .”

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