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Dangerous Fire Conditions Exist in North, East Bay Hills

Any fires that start will likely spread quickly, weather officials said

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    Dangerous Fire Conditions Exist in North, East Bay Hills

    Officials with the National Weather Service said dangerous fire weather conditions have developed in the North Bay and East Bay hills and the Diablo Range. Kris Sanchez reports.

    (Published Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018)

    Officials with the National Weather Service said dangerous fire weather conditions have developed in the North Bay and East Bay hills and the Diablo Range.

    Weather officials Monday morning issued a Red Flag Warning for those areas because low humidity and gusty winds are expected.

    The warning is in effect in the North Bay hills from 11 p.m. Monday until Wednesday morning. In the East Bay hills, the warning starts at 2 a.m. Tuesday and ends Wednesday morning.

    North to northeast winds are expected to gust up to 60 mph in the North Bay hills and up to 50 mph in the East Bay hills.

    Fire Weather Watch Issued for North, East Bay Hills

    [BAY] Fire Weather Watch Issued for North, East Bay Hills

    A Red Flag Warning is in effect in the North and East Bay Hills and firefighters are putting Sonoma, Lake and Napa counties on alert. Jeff Ranieri and Cheryl Hurd report.

    (Published Monday, Oct. 29, 2018)

    Any fires that start will likely spread quickly, weather officials said.

    The greatest threat is in the Napa County hills along the Yolo and Lake county line and areas around Mt. Tamalpais and Mt. Saint Helena.

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