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Friday morning forecast November 6

A significant cooling trend begins on Friday and through the weekend. Friday night and through Sunday, expect light rain at times along with the potential for mountain snow. Plus gusty west to northwest winds expected Friday and through the weekend. Chilly temperatures likely to persists into next week.

Friday started with mostly cloudy skies across the Central and South Coast. Due to a cold air advection activity gradually cleared to partly cloudy to mostly clear skies. Daytime highs along the Central Coast and interior valleys will warm in the low to mid 60s. While the South Coast and inland areas warm in the upper 60s to low 70s.

A Wind Advisory is in effect across Santa Barbara County South coasts and mountains until Friday at midnight. West to northwest winds range from 20 to 30 mph, with gusts up to 45 mph.

The area of low pressure will bring light showers beginning Friday night over San Luis Obispo County. The band of precipitation will then become more widespread down south by Saturday morning. Coastal and interior valleys looking to accumulate .10" to .25" generally. While foothills and mountains could accumulate up to .50".

A High Surf Advisory is also in effect with dangerous surf conditions across the Central Coast and Ventura County beaches until Monday at 4 PM. The Central Coast can expect high surf up to 16 ft. Ventura County beaches can expect high surf ranging from 5 to 8 ft.

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