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Thursday morning forecast Jun 4th

Santa Barbara, Calif. - It was a toasty day for the coastal and inland valleys of California on Wednesday as a ridge of high pressure dominated our weather pattern. That ridge is being pushed to the east now, being replaced by a trough of low pressure. We can expect a mostly sunny to partly cloudy day, and although temperatures will cool a bit, they will remain above average. Highs will range from near 70 along the coast to near 100 in our hottest inland valleys.

The area of low pressure which is beginning our cooling trend will continue to move over California on Friday, and a much steeper temperature drop will occur along with more clouds. There is a slight chance for patchy drizzle or light rain showers, but little will fall through Saturday. Another trough will deliver much stronger wind for everyone late Saturday through next Monday. A small ridge of high pressure will then bring weaker wind and warmer air Tuesday.

Daytime highs will begin well above average today, cooling to seasonable levels this weekend, before rising again during the first half of next week. The immediate coasts can expect highs ranging from the mid 60s to the lower 70s. The coastal valleys will have highs ranging from the lower 70s to the lower 80s. The inland valleys will begin in the 90s and 100s, cooling quickly to the 70s, then rising almost as quickly back to the 80s and 90s. Lows will remain mild.

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