Southern California ushered in hard winds on the 11th and 12th
Southern California ushered in strong winds to cool down on the 11th. Coastal areas will have strong winds and waves. Southern California mountains may also experience destructive winds.
According to the National Weather Service, the windy weather will weaken on the evening of the 11th, but the subsequent low temperature will continue until the 12th. The highest temperature in most parts of Southern California on the 11th did not exceed 70 degrees Fahrenheit. After the 12th, the temperature will gradually rise.
Coastal cities in Los Angeles County and downtown Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, Santa Clarita Valley, these areas have strong wind warnings, will be at 1 pm on the 11th Hour began to last until 6 o’clock in the morning on the 12th. There are northwest to north winds with wind speeds of 15 to 30 miles per hour; intermittent squalls up to 45 miles per hour.
There were huge wave warnings in Los Angeles County and Orange County from noon on the 11th to 8 am on the 12th. The windy weather also brought the danger of wildfires.
The National Meteorological Administration informed the public that in strong winds, large vehicles may have difficulty driving, because trees may be blown down, and power may be cut off. People should lock outdoor objects to avoid being blown away by the wind.
This strong wind and cooling weather had a greater impact on counties in southwestern California, including Orange County, San Diego County, Riverside County, and San Bernardino County.
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