By Leon Worden, SCVNews.com
The National Weather Service issued a “red flag” warning Sunday morning, advising Santa Clarita Valley residents to prepare for a heightened potential for wildfires from Monday morning through late Tuesday afternoon.
During that time, a “fire weather watch” will be in effect for the Santa Monica Mountains “due to locally gusty winds, hot temperatures and low humidities,” the advisory said.
High pressures building over the Great Basin will keep the cooling onshore flows away, it said.
Temperatures of 103 to 106 are expected Monday.