Due to wind conditions throughout the west, Southern California triggered an increased alert, prompting the National Meteorological Service (NWS) to warn of a red flag.
Low humidity and strong Santa Ana winds between 40 and 65 km / h have forced electricity companies to warn residents of possible power outages amid increased wildfires.
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Thanksgiving weather winds are expected to be cold and those affected will show temperatures from the mid-60s to the low 70s.
North-northeast northeast gusts are expected in the mountains at speeds of 40 and 50 mph, while coastal and valley areas are expected to have gusts of 30 and 45 mph in the northwest north.
According to FOX 11 in Los Angeles, the Santa Clarita Valley Interstate Corridor is expected to experience the strongest winds.
Communities recently affected by the El Dorado fire in San Bernardino are also on standby.
“The Fire Weather Monitor for most of the United States and Ventura counties has been updated for a red flag alert that is valid for most of Thursday afternoon and Friday,” the agency tweeted on Wednesday. “Watch out for anything that could cause a fire and remember Done! Done!
According to the KTLA, electricity provider Edison of Southern California was considering cutting power to more than 87,000 customers in San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Kern, Orange, Riverside and Ventura counties.
Los Angeles National Meteorological Service officials call on residents to be vigilant and vigilant if they are near any fire source.
“People living in wild fields and areas exposed to fire should have a plan and be ready to evacuate if a fire starts,” they said.
Weather forecasters say residents can expect felled trees and power lines across the region, and winds are expected to weaken over the weekend.
California experienced the heaviest wildfire season in modern history this year, with the sky burning dystopically orange due to scorching temperatures and horrible air quality.
According to Cal Fire, the Southern California fire season ran from May or June to November.
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While the heaviest flames still occur in the summer months, the autumn flame is blown by as hot and dry winds as the winds of Santa Ana.
The fires killed 31 people this year and burned thousands of miles.