The heavy winds have been non-stop all day, and are expected to continue until tomorrow afternoon. Throw in the extremely low humidity, the mid-80s temps, and the red flag fire danger is a real fear here. I doubt I will sleep much tonight, but I'm hoping that no power goes out (here or elsewhere).
We had rain this weekend, and there is more scheduled for this week. It hasn't been too hard in pouring lately, so maybe it will seep in and do some good for our drought-over-but-not-really-over land. Humid a bit, too (in the mid-70s temps are good, though).
Smoky, as the fires near LA have had their ash and smoke blown east. The winds aren't too bad now, but they are predicted to pick up soon. There's been a lot of damage and destruction with these infernos.
I was at work the whole time it snowed at my preferred walking destination: the Rose Bowl 3-mile loop. The videos of this were amazing. I would have immediately left work (or at least tried) had I known it was happening.