Yet more fire weather concerns; Ikoe’s remnants

Hot, dry, windy weather, with a few thunderstorms mixed in, continue in all of the areas already dealing with major wildfires (and has extended to Socal). This will continue, and likely worsen, in the coming days.

John’s remnants petered out a bit earlier that estimated, but still brought some localized flooding in the SW. Former Super Typhoon Ioke’s extratropical remnants will cause hurricane force winds in Alaska this week, and could amplify the downstream flow such that the West sees either very active (wet) or very hot and dry weather (with dry thunderstorms). More later…

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