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Fire Weather is Coming Back

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As weather begins to rise after some nice weekend cooling, so does the concern over wildfire. The National Weather Service says that the Los Angeles region will be in a "Fire Weather Watch" Tuesday through Thursday since critical fire weather conditions are forecasted. Temperatures will hit the high 80s, low 90s, humidity will be low and the Santa Ana winds will return, albeit predicted to be "weak to locally moderate."