Santa Barbara, Calif. - Friday began in a foggy way for much of the California Central Coast and South Coast, but those marine layer clouds gave way to warm sunshine by the afternoon. We can expect a few areas of low clouds and fog Saturday morning, but it won't be as widespread or as long-lasting as it has been all week. Lows will range from the upper 30s inland to near 50 on the coast.
A ridge of high pressure will be in control of our weather this weekend through early next week, and that will deliver plenty of sunshine and above average temperatures for California. Highs will peak on Saturday, cooling into early next week. A trough of low pressure will push its way toward us during the latter half of the week, and highs will return to average for November.
Overnight lows be fairly chilly for inland valleys and cool for our coasts, but they will warm through next week. Valleys: 30s and lower 40s. Coasts: 40s and lower 50s. Daytime highs will remain above average through the middle of next week, cooling most of the time. Valleys: 80s cooling to the lower 70s late next week. Coasts: 70s cooling to the lower 60s late next week.