A red flag warning went into effect at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27, for parts of Riverside county due to strong winds and low humidity.
A red flag warning signifying a high risk of wildfire because of high winds and low humidity went into effect this morning in much of Riverside County west of the mountains as late-season Santa Ana winds are expected to buffet Southern California over the next four days and maybe longer.
Dry and windy weather conditions expected in Riverside County beginning tonight will increase the risk of fires in parts of the region, according to the National Weather Service.
RIVERSIDE- Another round of extreme heat is expected in Riverside County today, with windy conditions and low humidity also increasing the risk of wildfires throughout the region. On Sunday, a high of 122 degrees in Palm Springs topped by two degrees a previous record for the date set in 1957, according to the National Weather […]
Fair weather is expected across Riverside County today, but Santa Ana winds will combine with hot weather and dry conditions in the coming days to increase the risk for wildfires.