Strong Winds Bring Chilly Temps, Potential Fire Danger Across Much Of The Southland

Strong Santa Ana winds continued to blow through most of Southern California on Thursday morning as a red flag warning and wind advisory remained in effect. The gusty winds brought cold temperatures, but fire officials still warned about the potential fire danger. “Mother nature is not helping us out,” said Battalion Chief Raymond Mitchison, adding that the region has experience “nonstop fire wind” for the past three weeks.