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Winds calming down for Thanksgiving night

High winds have finally started to calm down across Southern California. The National Weather Service has left a Red Flag Warning in place for much of the region until 6 p.m. Friday. Local areas included are Desert Hot Springs, the San Gorgonio Pass, and surrounding mountains.

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Dry conditions and continued winds could result in rapid fire spread. Take extra caution while cooking your Thanksgiving meals to avoid a dangerous situation. Sustained winds should stay between 5-10 MPH by tonight with gusts up to 15 mph for most spots around the valley.

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Temperatures will fall into the 60s for the remainder of your Turkey Day. Black Friday temperatures are expected to be slightly warmer than today.

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Temperatures continue to rise to the mid to upper 80s by the middle of next week with mostly sunny skies ahead.

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