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Last Map Update: Tue, May. 24, 2022 at 4:33:57 am PDT

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Temperatures will reach the mid 80s to near 100 degrees across sections of the interior valleys, foothills, and Antelope Valley on Tuesday. The most widespread areas of moderate heat risk will be across eastern San Luis Obispo County and Kern County. Temperatures this warm are not unusual for this time of year, however, you should take simple precautions to keep safe. Drink plenty of water, dress for heat, plan on exercising in the morning or evenings, and never ever leave children, the elderly or pets in a car for any amount of time during this heat.
Elevated to brief critical fire weather conditions mean that the combination of gusty winds of 25 mph or greater and relative humidity of 15 percent or less may be reached for several hours during the period of time specified. No red flag warning is in effect, however, wildfires will be possible due to the dry and windy conditions and below normal live fuel moisture contained in small shrubs and vegetation across the area. Use extreme caution with potential ignition sources, including weed or grass trimmers. Prepare an emergency kit in case you are told to evacuate by officials during a wildfire. Stay tuned to local media and weather forecast information.

 

 

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