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Today's First Alert Forecast

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    Winds will peak during the morning hours before calming in the afternoon. David Biggar has your First Alert Forecast on Saturday, April 29, 2017.  

    (Published Saturday, April 29, 2017)

    Offshore winds continue this morning, with more of a classic Santa Ana pattern. Winds will peak during the early morning hours in the 15-25mph range with gusts as high as 40mph (stronger over the mountains).

    By the afternoon, most of the winds will calm, and we will develop a light onshore breeze. Temperatures will be cooler tomorrow, especially along the coast.

    High pressure will build into the region during the week ahead. Highs shouldn’t climb too much due to onshore flow, but if the breeze breaks down (or we develop any offshore winds) we will see temperatures jump.

    Saturday’s Forecast:

    Coast: Mid 80s, sunny and windy.

    Basin: Mid to upper 80s, sunny and windy.

    Inland: Upper 80s to low 90s, sunny and windy.

    Mountains: Low to mid 50s, sunny and windy.

    High Desert: Upper 70s, sunny and breezy.

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