Despite fears of more fierce winds to ravage Southern California, the National Weather Service has canceled wind advisories for the area, although a fire watch remains in effect until Sunday.
The Santa Ana winds that produced hurricane-like 70 mph gusts Wednesday night into Thursday morning has died down, but the weather service predicts more wind of up to 25 mph this weekend.
“We won’t see any more high wind warnings,” said Stewart Seto, meteorologist at the Oxnard station. “It will be breezy today and it will pick up this weekend. But not nearly as strong as we saw on Thursday.”
Still, Seto said the 10 to 25 mph winds could produce wildfires, leaving the San Gabriel Valley on fire watch until Sunday at 3 p.m.
Friday’s forecast for Glendora is sunny with a high of 66 degrees. A breeze will develop tonight with gusts of wind heading through the weekend.