easterly wind, often hot and dry, that blows from the interior desert region of southern California and passes over the coastal mountain ranges to reach the Pacific Ocean
a strong hot dry wind that blows in winter from the deserts of southern California toward the Pacific Coast
Mexican general who tried to crush the Texas revolt and who lost battles to Winfield Scott and Zachary Taylor in the Mexican War (1795-1876)
a city in southern California east of Long Beach
a fierce, hot, dry, and dusty wind that blows from the east across the mountain passes of Southern California, especially those between the San Gabriel Mountains north of Los Angeles and the San Bernardino Mountains further east
A strong, hot, dry wind blowing out into San Pedro Channel from the southern California desert through Santa Ana Pass.
A warm and dry wind in southern California. Low pressure to the south of the area and high pressure to the north of the area set up a dry and adiabatically compressed wind that comes out of the higher elevations.
A hot, dry, foehn-like desert wind, generally from the northeast or east especially in the pass and river valley of Santa Ana, California, where it is further modified as a mountain-gap wind.
Santa Ana Regional Transportation Center, as it is officially known as, is a passenger rail station and transportation center in Santa Ana, California. It is utilized by Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner and Metrolink's Orange County Line and Inland Empire-Orange County Line trains. It also serves as a Greyhound station and a hub for the Orange County Transportation Authority bus system as well as a terminal for several Mexican bus tour entities.