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Blow Hard: Santa Ana Winds Due Back in L.A.

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Get ready for some windy conditions tonight and tomorrow, thanks to the return of those hot and bothersome Santa Ana winds.

The National Weather Service says we can expect gusty northeast winds blowing through portions of Los Angeles and Ventura counties Tuesday and into Wednesday. In the mountains, winds are likely to peak between 40 and 50 MPH, and in the valleys between 35 and 40 MPH.

A wind advisory has been issued for the area, and goes into effect at 10 p.m. tonight, and will hold through Noon Wednesday. The strongest winds are likely to blow our way late tonight and early tomorrow. Hold onto your hats!