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Monday evening forecast

Santa Barbara, Calif. - The windy weekend weather we experienced thankfully quieted down for the final Monday of autumn, and for most of us our highs were warmer than average after a fairly chilly night. We have another chilly to cool night ahead for the California Central Coast and South Coast, but a few clouds will keep it slightly warmer. Lows will range from 32-45 degrees.

A small ridge of high pressure will stay over California on Tuesday, bringing one more quiet day, but we can expect increasing clouds late Tuesday. There is a slight chance for light rain showers Wednesday. We'll be between storm systems Thursday and Friday, before a much better chance for rain arrives late Saturday, but especially Sunday and next Monday.

Overnight lows will begin fairly chilly but will get milder as more clouds arrive. Valleys: lower 30s warming to the lower 40s. Coasts: mid 40s warming to the lower 50s. Daytime highs will begin above average but will cool as the next couple Pacific storms arrive Wednesday and late next weekend. Most highs will range from the upper 50s to the upper 60s.

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