Forecasters with the National Weather Service said there is an opportunity Southern California won’t see rain for the whole month of January, as heatwaves and windy Santa Ana winds are causing perilous fire conditions.
Individuals who live in the Santa Clarita Valley are not grumbling that it seems more like summer than winter in January.
“It’s ideal to be out in the sun,” said one inhabitant Friday.
Notwithstanding, they are being careful, as parts of Ventura and Los Angeles County are encountering unexpectedly warm climate.
A red flag warning admonition of basic fire threat conditions produced results at 4 p.m. Thursday for the Santa Monica Mountains Recreational Area, Los Angeles County mountains, Angeles National Forest and the Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys, alongside inland Orange County and the Santa Ana mountains.