- Masters, Nathan. SoCal's Devil Winds: The Santa Anas in Historical Photos and Literature. www.kcet.org. KCET. October 25, 2012 [May 3, 2012]. （原始内容存档于October 29, 2012）. "(White)Scholars who have looked into the name's origins generally agree that it derives from Santa Ana Canyon, the portal where the Santa Ana River -- as well as a congested Riverside (CA-91) Freeway -- leaves Riverside County and enters Orange County. When the Santa Anas blow, winds can reach exceptional speeds in this narrow gap between the Puente Hills and Santa Ana Mountains."
- Needham, John. The Devil Winds Made Me Do It : Santa Anas Are Enough to Make Anyone's Hair Stand on End. www.latimes.com. Los Angeles Times. March 12, 1988 [May 3, 2013]. （原始内容存档于April 29, 2014）.
- University of California, Los Angeles, Meteorology Dept.: Santa Ana Winds （页面存档备份，存于互联网档案馆）
- What are the Santana or Santa Ana Winds?
- NASA Satellite Finds Something Fishy About Santa Ana Winds. Jet Propulsion Laboratory. March 11, 2004 [2006-05-25].
- University of California, San Diego, Meteorology Dept. Santa Anas (includes indicator if there are currently Santa Ana conditions)