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Tips for a Windy Day in Venice

5:29am

A red flag warning is in effect across Los Angeles, gusty winds and low humidity resulting in critical fire weather conditions that will continue through Friday afternoon.

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Strong winds rip palm fronts from trees along Venice Beach

The warning includes the Santa Monica mountains recreational area, Ventura County Mountains and Los Angeles County Mountains.

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Danger as blustery winds blow palm fronds from trees in Venice

Palm trees along Venice Beach have been battered throughout the week by strong winds and sand has been blasted from the beach onto Ocean Front Walk, into beach parking lots, and dumped in the paddle tennis courts.

Venice local Filmington aka Venny-Beach shared his tips on coping with the wind, “Just don’t have no stinking breath. Make sure you brush your teeth, because when the wind blows they’re going to smell your breath.”

Other than people with bad breath, Venny-Beachy has no complaints about the weeks blustery conditions, “Other than that, it’s a beautiful day,” he says.

Watch Venny-Beachy’s tips for a windy day in Venice here…

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