Southern California Windstorm
Santa Ana winds are dry and warm winds from the great Basin, an area that incorporates large parts of the states of Nevada and Utah. They start in the Basin's inland deserts, east and north of Southern California, and flow downward, taking a turn toward the Pacific Ocean.
Santa Anas are usually (but not always) late-year winds that form when the weather is cooler in the Great Basin; they don't begin in hot deserts. The winds, pushed toward Southern California by high pressure systems, actually start off as cool winds.
But as the winds head downslope, they get both warmer (air heats up as it descends) and drier.
Santa Ana wind can damage your property and we at SERVPRO of South Rancho Cucamonga are always ready to help you,