A warmup and locally gusty winds from a Santa Ana will raise the wildfire threat this week.
There will be a weak to moderate Santa Ana event Thursday through the mountains, passes and canyons. Although this will not be a particularly strong event, because of the dryness across the area it will still present an increased risk for wildfires. High temperatures will run into the low 80s on Thursday.
The rest of this week should see sunny skies and dry conditions. Overnight lows will be in the mid-50s.
While dry weather will continue through late this week and into the weekend, temperatures will fall back to the mid-70s for the start of the weekend.
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