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  • Dense Fog Advisory for Catalina Island County, California
  • Dense Fog Advisory issued June 19 at 2:46AM PDT until June 19 at 9:00AM PDT by NWS
  • Effective: Monday, June 19, 2017 at 2:46 a.m.
  • Expires: Monday, June 19, 2017 at 9 a.m.
  • ...Extended period of very hot temperatures expected across the
    interior portions of southwest California through the middle of
    this week...
    ...Areas of dense fog will affect the coastal areas of Los
    Angeles, Ventura and the Santa Barbara South Coast will be in
    effect through 9 AM PDT this morning...
    .Strong high pressure building across the southwestern states
    will cause temperatures to climb well above normal in many parts
    of interior southwest California today and through the middle of
    next week. The hottest temperatures are expected to be in the
    Antelope Valley early this week when highs between 108 and
    112 degrees are expected. Temperatures in the coastal valleys of
    Ventura and Los Angeles Counties are expected to climb to 100-
    106 early next week and even the inland parts of the Los Angeles
    coastal plain will reach the lower 90s.
    The same upper ridge that will bring the heat, will also cause the
    marine layer to become very shallow and allowing areas of dense
    fog to develop across coastal areas of Los Angeles, Ventura and
    Santa Barbara County South Coast this morning.
    ...DENSE FOG ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 AM PDT THIS MORNING...
    ...HEAT ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 11 AM TUESDAY TO 9 PM PDT
    WEDNESDAY...
    The National Weather Service in Los Angeles/Oxnard has issued a
    Dense Fog Advisory, which is in effect until 9 AM PDT this
    morning.
    * TEMPERATURES...90-94 degrees Tuesday across the extreme inland
    portions of the Los Angeles coastal zone, including Downtown Los
    Angeles and Hollywood.
    * VISIBILITY...One quarter mile or less. Fog expected to lift by
    mid morning.
    * Impacts...The very high temperatures create a dangerous
    situation in which heat related illnesses are possible.
    Temperatures inside vehicles, even if the windows are partially
    open, can quickly rise to life-threatening levels. Low
    visibilities due to dense fog will cause very hazardous driving
    conditions.

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