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Sep 7, 2022

[Answer] Which state experiences the Santa Ana winds?

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...1. Texas 2. California 3. Utah 4. Colorado




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California - The Santa Ana winds are notorious for bringing dry, warm air to Southern California from the deserts located at high elevation between the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevadas. When high pressure systems build up above the Great Basin, the air circulates clockwise, heading west toward the Pacific. The winds compress when passing downward through canyons and mountain, gaining speed and rising in temperature, and they often contribute to California’s difficult fire season. However, Santa Anas are usually seasonal, at their height in December but generally flowing from October to March. The origin of the “Santa Ana” name isn’t exactly clear. Among many theories, it could refer to a Native American word, "santana," which means "devil wind,” or simply the name of the Santa Ana canyon in Orange County.:


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