A flat or zonal flow weather pattern will maintain a dry and mild forecast on Wednesday. There will be some clouds at times, with party cloudy skies overall throughout the day. Daytime highs will warm into the 70s across the South Coast and Ventura County, with a mix of 60s and 70s for areas north of Point Conception.
By Thursday, a weak trough will begin to approach extreme Southern California...but well south of our area. What happens here locally largely depends on the exact track of this low. For now...the forecast models continue to keep it well south and east of our area, which would mean a dry and cooler end to the week on Friday. If this track were to shift a few hundreds miles west, we could be talking about rain, which means that we'll be keeping a close eye on this next storm. The low will move off to our east by Sunday, with clearing skies and warming temps from late this weekend into early next week.