RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Strong easterly winds are forecast to return to the Inland Empire on Sunday and Monday, bringing with them increased fire danger, but the scale of the Santa Ana wind event is still unknown. "Gusty northeast to east winds, above average temperatures and dry conditions are expected,'' according to the National Weather Service. The Weather Service published charts showing several ridges of high pressure sliding across Northern California and anchoring over the Great Basin in Nevada and Utah on Sunday, generating the high winds, which were last prevalent during Thanksgiving. The highs will be overtaken by troughs of low pressure going into Tuesday, with a cold front pushing across Central California, displacing the drier systems, forecasters said. There's wet weat
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