San Diego — Forecasters warned on Monday about the expected windy conditions in the San Diego area, and one school district has canceled classes due to the threat of strong winds.
The National Meteorological Agency said strong wind warnings will come into effect in mountains and deserts, wind warnings in coastal and valley areas, and strong wind warnings and small boat warnings in coastal waters.
Trees can be damaged and dangerous crosswinds can pose a danger to well-known vehicles, forecasters said. NS Mountain Empire Unified School District Canceled Monday class due to threats to buses and other vehicles.
County residents are warned to secure outdoor items.
The North County Fire District said it expects winds of 25-40 mph. The San Diego Fire Department also warned the county residents to prepare.
“We want to make sure that all San Diego citizens are aware that the hot weather will come back again. Please note that we have a light Santa Anna.” SDFD Captain Eric Windsor said.
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