Southern California residents are preparing for a few additional long stretches of strong, perhaps harming winds across the area.

North to northwest winds will push their direction through the Southland Wednesday prior to turning northeasterly Wednesday night, bringing Santa Ana wind conditions through Sunday, as per the National Weather Service.

A high wind cautioning has been given until early afternoon Thursday for parts of Riverside and San Bernardino districts, as well as the Los Angeles County mountains.

Wind speeds from 25 to 45 mph are normal with separated blasts coming to as high as 70mph in certain areas.

Video showed solid winds blowing early Wednesday morning in the Rancho Cucamonga and Fontana regions.

Wind warnings are likewise set up for areas of Los Angeles, Ventura and Orange counties.

Winds are relied upon to blow somewhere in the range of 20 and 55 mph, with higher blasts conceivable, as indicated by the Weather Service.

Authorities are cautioning drivers to know about dangerous go across winds on region streets, as well as the potential for brought down trees and power lines.

Radiant skies are normal Wednesday, however evening highs will stay on the cool side.

Temperatures for some, inland regions will venture just into the upper 50s, as per the Weather Service.

Hotter temperatures are relied upon to return Saturday and Sunday, albeit the gusty winds are relied upon to persist.