Fire Watch Issued as Strong Santa Ana Winds Forecast for San Diego County

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A glow risk warning in Southern California. Photo by Chris Jennewein.

The National Weather Service issued a glow continue watch commencement Sunday dusk for tools of San Diego County, as breezy conditions were approaching to rouse a risk of fires via a segment this week.

Moderate to clever Santa Ana winds will move dry and breezy continue to a segment commencement Sunday night and finale Tuesday, formulating “critical glow continue conditions” for San Diego County valleys and coastal foothills, a continue use said.

Northeast winds of 25 to 35 miles per hour, with breeze gusts of adult to 55 miles per hour, were expected.

A likely dump in steam in plateau and internal valleys will supplement to a boost in glow risk, according to a continue service.

The San Diego Fire-Rescue Department has increasing a series of on-duty firefighting crews and apparatus as a precaution. Officials remarkable that Oct has historically been a many dangerous month for wildfires, and several years of drought joined with complicated rains final winter combined poignant fuel in a form of
underbrush and grass.

The breezy conditions were also approaching to means problems for high-profile vehicles and competence boost a possibility of energy outages in a segment by Tuesday.

Moderate temperatures competence work in a area’s favor, however: Highs for coastal San Diego are approaching to be in a 70s all week, rising to a mid-80s in a valleys.

— From Staff and Wire Reports

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