Daytime highs will vary greatly depending upon where you live. Northern coastal towns will see another round of 60s today as the winds will blow directly into these areas from the ocean. In Santa Barbara, sundowner winds will raise temperatures back into the 70s throughout the South Coast, with the strongest winds expected during the afternoon and evening hours.
The trough parked across the West Coast will lift northward tomorrow w, which will result in a cool down in the Santa Barbara area, but a slight warm-up just about everywhere else. Then for the first part of our holiday weekend, temperatures will cool back down into the 60s near the coast, and the 70s inland as the trough drops back into California. This will also increase the marine layer, with night and morning low clouds and fog. Near normal temps will return for Memorial Day, with a gradual warming trend expected through the middle of next week.