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National Weather Service announces Red Flag Warning for East Bay

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OCTOBER 29, 2019

The National Weather Service, or NWS, has issued a Red Flag Warning for the East Bay, from 1 p.m. Tuesday until 4 p.m. Wednesday.

Red Flag Warnings are typified by extreme fire behavior, including “gusty and potentially strong, damaging north to northeast winds” and low humidity, according to the warning.

The NWS also projected that the East Bay faced near freezing temperatures Tuesday morning, and is projected to face even colder temperatures Wednesday morning, as first reported by the East Bay Times. 

Check back for updates.

Sakura Cannestra is the managing editor. Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @SakuCannestra.
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OCTOBER 29, 2019


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