A fire weather watch was issued for Wednesday morning through Wednesday afternoon, officials said.
Windy conditions, coupled with low relative humidity will encompass portions of Los Angeles counties.
weak low pressure system will move through Nevada on Tuesday and
enhance the surface high pressure over the great basin, resulting in
increasing gusty easterly winds Tuesday night into Wednesday.
strongest winds will be over Los Angeles County where the valleys and
mountains are expected to see peak gusts in the 35 to 45 mile per hour
Warming and drying will result in widespread daytime
humidities into the low teens and single digits. Critical fire weather
conditions may persist for 6 or more hours, which would exceed red flag
criteria over the Los Angeles mountains.