SoCal weather: Red flag warning continues Friday

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California will see one more day of increased fire risk, before the red flag warning ends Friday night.

The region will see strong Santa Ana winds again during the daytime Friday, as well as dry conditions and warm temperatures.

The red flag warning will be in effect through 6 p.m. Friday for much of Southern California.

Los Angeles and Orange counties will be sunny with a high of 81 on Friday and winds up to 30 mph through the canyons.

Some communities may face a risk of power outages as utility companies may de-energize lines to reduce fire risk during high winds.

The valleys and Inland Empire will see a high of 82 on Friday, with some areas possibly seeing gusts up to 30 mph.

Beaches will see a high of 79 on Friday.

Mountain communities will be cool and windy, with a high of 57, dropping to 21 overnight.

Deserts will see a high of 70 degrees during the daytime Friday, dropping to 19 overnight.



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