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Red Flag Warning in effect through Sunday

Strong north winds will blow between 30 and 40 mph on the west side of the valley on Saturday and Saturday night. This in combination with the very dry air creates a high risk of starting and spreading the fire. Please be careful this weekend. The city of Yuba, towards Davis and Sacramento, has already experienced gusts of about 35 miles per hour. The red flag warning is valid until 5 p.m. for the Sacramento Valley, which extends south into parts of San Joaquin and Solano counties. Temperatures will drop over the next two days with rain and some snow on the mountain coming on Monday. For those of you who are going to do lawn maintenance, be careful with your lawn mower especially in very dry, grassy areas. These could set fire to days like today with relative humidity levels, which are expected to be in single digits. Marysville had winds of 25 miles per hour while the winds of Sacramento ranged from 15 to 20. The gusts will reach between 30 and 40 miles per hour. On Sunday morning, the valley is expected to blow at 35 to 40 miles per hour. Stormy winds are the big problem, but the air is drying up and the fuel is also starting to dry out, certainly much faster than normal, given the light rain took over a larger area of ​​Sacramento. Related Content: Order Evacuation Warnings, Forward, and Extent: California Fire Conditions You Need to Know Preparing for California Fires: What You Need to Know About Hardening Your Home More information on what exactly you need to put in emergency supply kits.

Strong north winds will blow between 30 and 40 mph on the west side of the valley on Saturday and Saturday night. This in combination with the very dry air creates a high risk of starting and spreading the fire. Please be careful this weekend.

The city of Yuba, towards Davis and Sacramento, was already gusting about 35 miles per hour. The red flag warning is valid until 5 p.m. for the Sacramento Valley, which extends south into parts of San Joaquin and Solano County.

The temperature will drop for the next two days with rain and snow in the mountains coming on Monday.

For those of you who are going to do lawn maintenance, be careful with your lawn mower, especially in very dry, lawn areas. These could set fire to days like today with relative humidity levels, which are expected to be in single digits.

Marysville had winds of 25 miles per hour while the winds of Sacramento ranged from 15 to 20. The gusts will reach between 30 and 40 miles per hour.

On Sunday morning, the valley expects gusts of 35 to 40 miles per hour.

Stormy winds are the big problem, but the air is drying out and the fuel is starting to dry out as well, certainly much faster than normal, given how little rain has fallen in the greater Sacramento area.

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