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Santa Ana winds to critical fire weather on Thanksgiving - Los Angeles Times

Thanksgiving Day is likely to be warm and breezy, with another in a series of Santa Ana winds expected.
Southern California expected to have critical fire weather through Thanksgiving holiday due to Santa Ana winds (Fox News)
“The combination of these gusty winds and very low humidity will very likely lead to at least six to 12 hours of widespread critical fire weather conditions,” the National Weather Service warned.
Southern California serving hot Santa Ana winds for Thanksgiving
Because of the extreme winds, Southern California Edison has warned there are about 5,000 customers — in a northwest portion of Los Angeles County, southern Ventura ...
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...County and an area along the 215 corridor in Riverside County — that could lose power Thursday as a precaution, spokesperson David Song said Wednesday.
“We’re very mindful of the fact that it’s Thanksgiving, yet we have to balance that with public safety,” Song said.
“We won’t know until the wind event comes in and based on our real-time weather information and our field patrols.” High winds are also expected in the mountains of Los Angeles County and western Santa Monica.
A Los Angeles County sheriff’s vehicle (Fox News)
“The winds are going to be pretty strong, peaking tomorrow and then dropping off on Friday,” said meteorologist Mike Wofford with the National Weather Service in Oxnard.
Map 2. Location of Las Peñas vein at Las Maras shoot, 3 km south of the main Santa Ana vein system. (CNW Group/Outcrop Silver & Gold Corporation) (Yahoo!)
The weather service warned of “damaging winds” that could blow over trees and power lines and said power outages are expected.