LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Elevated fire danger is returning to Southern California as Santa Ana winds combine with dry conditions and warm temperatures.
Los Angeles and Orange counties will see winds of 35-45 mph with clear skies and a high of 74 during the day, dropping to a chilly 49 at night.
The valleys and Inland Empire will see similar conditions with a high of 76 on Wednesday and overnight winds.
A red-flag warning has been issued and is expected to remain in place through Friday.
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