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High Winds Creating Critical Fire Weather Threats in California; Heavy Rains Along Gulf Coast

Strong to high winds are creating critical fire weather conditions across much of California, and explosive fire growth in Southern California. Wind gradients gradually weaken Sunday and through mid next week. Conversely, very wet conditions will develop this week as week along the Gulf Coast; and unsettled weather pattern to the north with snow from the Great Basin to the High Plains. Read More >

Dense fog, occasionally reducing visibilities down to around one quarter mile or less, will be possible in the gray-shaded counties this morning. Slow down and use your low-beam headlights if you encounter reduced visibilities this morning. Elsewhere, patchy fog will be possible, with some visibility reductions to around 1 mile possible.
Rain has departed the area, but we'll be left with lots of low cloud cover and some fog this morning before gradual clearing takes place later this afternoon. Highs will be in the 50s north and in the lower 60s south.
Clouds will be on the increase late tonight, and some patchy fog could develop across parts of the region after midnight. Otherwise, winds will be light and temperatures will generally fall into the 40s tonight.
An upper level disturbance will bring another round of showers and isolated thunderstorms early this week. Rain chances will begin on Monday, but will be highest on Tuesday. An isolated thunderstorm will also be possible, but severe weather is not expected.
Another cold front will move into the region this evening and overnight. This front will result in a north wind shift, but gusty winds are not expected until Thursday. Low temperatures tonight and Thursday morning will be in the 30s for most locations.

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