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Santa Ana Winds Are Here, With 'Potentially Damaging' Gusts Expected Friday Night

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Santa Ana winds are blowing across inland areas through Thursday afternoon.

The National Weather Service says a ridge of high pressure will help kick up winds in inland Orange County, along with Riverside and San Bernardino counties.

There's a wind advisory for those areas until 4 p.m. In parts of Los Angeles County, a wind advisory is in place until 6 p.m.

Forecasters say there'll be a second, more powerful and "potentially damaging" windstorm as we head into the weekend.

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