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NWS Los Angeles retweeted
Angeles_NF 21h
Over the last couple of days, crews were successful in bringing containment of the to 95%. Please use caution when traveling in the Mt. Wilson area as your firefighters are still working to repair and mop-up in that area.
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NWS Los Angeles 20h
Replying to @NWSSeattle
Okay, a little jealous here!
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NWS Los Angeles retweeted
NWS Seattle Oct 21
It has to be said... The views are certainly above average this morning at NWS Seattle.
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 21
Areas of dense fog will affect portions of the Central Coast and Santa Ynez Valley this morning. Visibility 1/4 mile or less at times. Motorists should slow down and use low beams.
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 20
Replying to @will_etling
It sure is interesting to forecast! A deeper marine layer late this week could put it at your house.
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 20
Replying to @comanchepilot
Yes, it tied the record.
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 20
Paso Robles reached its record high temp today of 95, set in 2003.
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 20
Replying to @jf22901
Oh dear, I'm not sure if this climate is going to be good for you!
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 20
Replying to @JhawkFire @LACOFD and 5 others
Had a grape one at the last year - just one :))
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 20
Good morning early birds! Temperatures today will be trending a bit cooler than yesterday but remaining quite a bit above normal for inland areas. Temps along the coast will be near to a bit below normal and definitely feeling more like fall! Enjoy the beautiful day!
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 20
NO tsunami danger expected!
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 20
Marine layer stratus is deeply entrenched over the coast and most of the coastal valleys early this morning. How come it isn't over the western half of the Santa Barbara South Coast you may ask? Gusty north (offshore) winds over that area are pushing the clouds away!
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 19
Most tsunamis occur as a result of seismic events, but some can actually occur from certain meteorological conditions (meteotsunami). As for communication of these events, the Tsunami Warning Centers are operated/supported by NOAA and NWS so that's why we disseminate the info.
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NWS Los Angeles retweeted
NWS PTWC Oct 19
The Advisory for South Alaska and the Alaska Peninsula is canceled. No tsunami alerts are in effect anywhere.
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 19
Replying to @Yo_AdrianG @NWS_NTWC
There is no tsunami danger to California
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 19
Replying to @edgarrmcgregor
Thanks for sharing your pics - nice cool start to the day!
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 19
Yes, exactly. Every NWS coastal weather office works closely with the NOAA/NWS Tsunami Warning Centers to get the info out to the public.
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 19
The latest data confirms that there are NO TSUNAMI THREATS for California with the recent earthquake in Alaska.
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 19
The desert was hot today! Lancaster and Palmdale reached 95 degrees, breaking daily record high temps at both locations. Broken records Lancaster 91 set in 2003 Palmdale 92 set in 1995
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NWS Los Angeles Oct 19
There is no tsunami threat to California at this time. We will continue to monitor the situation.
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