FIRE WEATHER WATCH, WARM THANKSGIVING FORECAST

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November 22, 2014 (San Diego’s East County) – The National Weather Service has issued a fire weather watch for San Diego County’s inland valleys and mountain areas through Tuesday due to warm temperatures, low humidity and gusty winds up to 80 miles per hour forecast.  Monitor the news for possible red flag warnings.

Strong winds are expected to peak on Tuesday, diminishing later in the week.

With much of the nation digging out from heavy snowfall and blizzard conditions, here in San Diego, warm dry weather is forecast for Thanksgiving Day, with temperatures over 80 degrees forecast. 

 

 


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