Santa Barbara, Calif. - We had a lot of clouds streaming over the California Central Coast and South Coast most of the day, but we didn't have much rain to show for it. That all changes tonight as another storm pushes over California. We can expect rain at times tonight through tomorrow morning, and isolated thunderstorms are possible. Overnight lows will remain in the 40s and lower 50s.
We can expect a gray, wet and mild Wednesday with chances for rain through the evening. Rain showers are possible Thursday, but not very likely. We'll have increasing clouds Friday with a chance for showers, more areas or rain on Saturday, and lingering rain showers on Sunday. A small ridge of high pressure should deliver fewer clouds and drier weather early next week.
Overnight lows will begin mild, but will get much cooler after the weekend when we lose our clouds. Valleys: 50s dropping to the 30s and lower 40s. Coasts: mid 50s falling to the mid 40s. Daytime highs will remain fairly seasonable with a modest warming trend early next week. Valleys: upper 50s to upper 60s. Coasts: highs remaining mainly in the 60s through Tuesday.