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  • Monday Evening Forecast

    The high pressure system that brought us such warm temperatures over the weekend will push into Texas by the middle of the week.  At the same time, a trough of low pressure will develop across the Pacific Northwest.  This will increase the onshore flow and marine layer here at home...with the stratus pushing farther inland each of the next few nights.  Daytime highs will continue to cool on Tuesday...topping out in the 60s and 70s by the coast, and the 80s to lower 90s in the valleys.

    Further cooling is expected through Wednesday, with temperatures leveling off on Thursday.  This cool down will be marked with near average temperatures and overcast nights/mornings.  Beginning Friday...we'll start to recover temperature wise as the low lifts off to the northeast and high pressure expands westward.  By the weekend, daytime highs by the coast will rebound into the 70s and 80s, with mostly 90s for the valleys.

Local Weather Forecasts

Monday Evening Forecast

Monday Evening Forecast

A trough of low pressure to our north will offer up a cool down this week as the marine layer deepens across southwestern California.

Sunday Evening Forecast

Sunday Evening Forecast

Breezy and at times, gusty north winds will be possible for portions of Santa Barbara County. A Wind Advisory will remain in effect through early Labor Day. Fog is expected to…

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