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  • Tuesday, October 23, 2007

     

    18,000 Acres and at least 10 Homes lost in Santiago Canyon Fire

    for complete information please also see the earlier posts below CLICK ON:
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    The wind in Orange County started to calm down even as the wind advisory was extended to Wednesday afternoon. At 7:00 pm the Orange County Fire Authority reported the fire was moving in a northly direction near Modjeska Canyon and Silverado Canyon.
    The National Weather Service issued the following advisory for Orange County:

    CORRECTED HEADLINE FOR ORANGE COUNTY

    .DISCUSSION...
    SANTA ANA WINDS WILL DECREASE IN COVERAGE AND INTENSITY THROUGH
    WEDNESDAY. THE WINDS WILL TEMPORARILY STRENGTHEN OVERNIGHT TONIGHT
    THROUGH MID MORNING WEDNESDAY...BUT THE WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO BE
    SIGNIFICANTLY WEAKER THAN PREVIOUS NIGHTS. RED FLAG CONDITIONS WILL
    PERSIST HOWEVER... ESPECIALLY DUE TO LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITIES THROUGH
    WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON FOR THE VALLEYS AND MOUNTAINS. A GRADUAL COOLING
    AND MOISTENING TREND WILL BEGIN AT THE COAST WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...
    WORKING ITS WAY SLOWLY INTO THE VALLEYS AND MOUNTAINS THROUGHOUT
    FRIDAY...MODERATING FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS. A WEAK UPPER LEVEL LOW
    PRESSURE SYSTEM IN THE VICINITY OF THE CALIFORNIA COAST SHOULD BRING
    SOME ADDITIONAL COOLING AND MOISTENING FOR THE WEEKEND.

    CAZ242-241115-
    ORANGE COUNTY COASTAL AREAS-
    455 PM PDT TUE OCT 23 2007

    ...RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT UNTIL 3 PM PDT WEDNESDAY FOR MAINLY
    LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITIES...



    Another warm day is predicted for Wednesday with inland temperatures expected over 90 degrees.For weather information CLICK ON:
    WEDNESDAY WEATHER.

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