Los Angeles — Significant fire weather conditions are expected in Southern California this week.
The National Meteorological Service said that from Sunday, August 1st to Thursday, August 5th, unseasonably dry fuel is expected to be hot, dry and windy across valleys, mountains and deserts. rice field.
Temperatures will rise, peaking this Tuesday / Wednesday. The 100s are widespread in the inland and on Tuesdays in the San Gabriel Valley, with cooler temperatures near the coast. This can be dangerous for vulnerable people, so be prepared accordingly. #socal #caHeat #cawx pic.twitter.com/v6INdBQbyq
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) August 1, 2021
Humidity levels drop from 7% to 20% across the interior area on Sundays and from 5% to 15% on Mondays.
Land winds are also expected to be more widespread, with gusts typically 20-35 mph in the afternoon and evening, and isolated gusts up to 40 mph near the hills of Antelope Valley.
A similar situation could continue from Tuesday to Thursday, according to forecasters.
Temperatures begin to warm today and continue until mid-week! 😎 Stay safe if you’re planning an outdoor activity, and seek shade and adequate hydration if you’re outdoors! 🥵 #CAwx # HeatWave2021 pic.twitter.com/cP4UU4HFPo
— NWS San Diego (@NWSSanDiego) August 1, 2021
In the Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys, and parts of the San Fernando Valley, temperatures are expected to reach 100 degrees Celsius for most of the week.
The National Weather Service predicts that Monday temperatures will reach 94 degrees Celsius in Anaheim, 101 degrees Celsius on the riverside, 104 degrees Celsius in Woodland Hills, and 99 degrees Celsius in Upland.
Quinn Wilson, a staff writer for Southern California newsgroups, contributed to the story.
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