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Wednesday evening forecast

Santa Barbara, Calif. - A weak cold front passed over the California Central Coast and South Coast early this morning, and brought light rain to mainly the Central Coast. Those rain clouds are on their way out, and we can expect a mostly clear and cooler night for everyone. Overnight lows will range from the mid 30s inland to the mid and upper 40s closer to the coast.

A ridge of high pressure will control California's weather on Thursday and Friday, and that will bring more sunshine and a modest warming trend. We can expect increasing clouds late Friday and Saturday, and good chances for rain on Sunday and Monday. Lingering rain showers will still fall on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Totals will exceed 1.00".

Overnight lows will be fairly chilly inland and seasonably cool closer to the coast until the clouds arrive. Valleys: 30s warming to the 40s. Coasts: 40s with some lower 50s possible. Daytime highs will begin above average but will fall below average beginning Sunday through next week. Highs will range from the mid and upper 50s to the mid and upper 60s.

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