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Wind Advisory Now Including Santa Monica Mountains

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A wind advisory for mountain areas in Los Angeles and Ventura counties expected to end this afternoon are now including the Santa Monica Mountains that divide Los Angeles' basin and the San Fernando Valley--previous advisories did not include the National Recreation Area. 15 to 30 MPH winds are expected with gusts up to 45 MPH. The advisory is set to end at 3 p.m. this afternoon but winds are expected to pick up tonight and tomorrow with susatined 20 to 35 MPH winds and gusts up to 55 MPH.