NWDWildfiresSouthern California Is in Fire Dander due to Santa Ana Winds

Southern California Is in Fire Dander due to Santa Ana Winds

Santa Ana Winds

Thousands of power consumers in Southern California failed on Wednesday, and more than 200,000 people faced similar prospects as utilities tried to prevent forest fires that can start due to Santa Ana winds.

The warning signals were issued late in the morning due to expected strong gusts of wind and extremely low relative humidity and is expected to be in effect for most of Friday. Strong and potentially destructive gusts of wind are expected from Wednesday evening to this morning. Wind gusts can reach 121 km/h (75 miles per hour) near and below the Cajon Pass, as well as near the coastal foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains.

Santa Anaz is shutting down power supplies for public safety in areas with high risk to prevent forest fires when winds damage electrical equipment or carry debris in power lines!

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