A hazardous weather outlook was issued Sunday morning by the National Weather Service for parts of Southern California including mountain and desert parts of San Diego, San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
Santa Ana winds may blow through Ramona and San Diego's valleys and mountains with gusts up to 40 mph, U-T San Diego reported Sunday.
Ramona is forecast to see a high temperature of 89 degrees Monday and humidity levels below 20 percent, NWS predicts. Heavy winds may persist through Saturday.
Wind gusts may top 60 mph in some mountain and valley areas Wednesday and Thursday, National Weather Service (NWS) said.
In recent weeks the federal drought classification system changed San Diego County's drought status from moderate to severe. Ramona has received about 4.6 inches of rain in 2013, 7.2 inches below normal, according to the publication.
No red flag warning or fire weather advisory has been issued for the Ramona area.