Originally published, under the name Sharon Ashton. Garden City, N.Y. , Doubleday, 1974.
|Statement||Helen Van Slyke writing as Sharon Ashton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||218|
A Diablo wind occurs around the San Francisco Bay region and is produced by the same mechanism that produces a Santa Ana wind. This wind is magnified by terrain effects similar to a Santa Ana. The folklore continued with Neil Peart's book "Traveling Music." He described what happens when the wind comes out to play, "Modern-day urban myths associate the Santa Anas with rising crime rates, freeway gun battles, wildfires, actors entering rehab, Hollywood couples divorcing, bands breaking up, irritated sinuses, and bad tempers all around."Author: Lucy Blodgett. Santa Ana winds often bring the lowest relative humidities of the year to coastal Southern California. These low humidities, combined with the warm, compressionally-heated air mass, plus the high wind speeds, create critical fire weather combination of wind, heat, and dryness accompanying the Santa Ana winds turns the chaparral into explosive fuel feeding the infamous wildfires. When the Santa Anas blow, winds can reach exceptional speeds in this narrow gap between the Puente Hills and Santa Ana Mountains. The earliest-known written reference to the "Santa Ana" winds appeared in the Nov. 15, , edition of the Los Angeles Evening : Nathan Masters.
Santa Anna was all those things, in addition to being handsome, intelligent, charismatic, ambitious, and brave. In modern-day Mexico, however, Santa Anna is also seen as a traitor who gave away Texas and lost the Mexican War on purpose to gain a bribe. This is Cited by: Buy a cheap copy of Santa Ana Wind book by Helen Van Slyke. Shortly after arriving at her husband's family estate in California, a young bride discovers that someone is trying to kill her. Free shipping over $ Santa Ana winds can exacerbate wildfires in Southern California. But what are they exactly? The Santa Ana Winds. Named after Southern California's Santa Ana Canyon and a fixture of local legend and literature, the Santa Ana is a blustery, dry and warm (often hot) wind that blows out of the desert.
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