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Wednesday evening forecast

Santa Barbara, Calif. - Although we cooled a few degrees today compared to yesterday around the California Central Coast and South Coast, the sun was still shining and the wind was still blowing. A Wind Advisory continues for the mountains and South Coast of Santa Barbara County through late tonight, and a High Surf Advisory continues for the Central Coast through Friday.

The wind-making disturbance is being pushed away by a strong ridge of high pressure, and that will bring more sun and unseasonable warmth Thursday through Saturday. Another trough of low pressure will approach Sunday, bringing stronger wind and cooler temperatures Sunday and Monday. We'll have fewer clouds and weaker wind late Tuesday and Wednesday.

Overnight lows will remain chilly inland and cool closer to the coasts, but everyone will cool next week. Valleys: upper 30s and lower 40s cooling to the lower 30s. Coasts: 40s and lower 50s cooling to the upper 30s and lower 40s. Daytime highs will rise through Saturday, cooling to seasonable starting Sunday. We can expect 60s and lower 70s cooling to the lower 60s by early next week.

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