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Sunday evening forecast – Nov. 10

SANTA BARBARA, Calif - A little stronger onshore flow helped to cool most areas down form our very warm Saturday. Lingering fog and a cool sea breeze made for sweater weather along the coast, while inland areas remained very warm. Veteran's Day looks great with most areas seeing plenty of sunshine despite more fog for the morning hours along the coast.   Look for highs to be in the 70's near the ocean with 80's expected farther inland.
Looking ahead, a very stubborn large ridge of high pressure will continue to hold firm over much of the Western U.S. Expect warm and dry weather through about mid week and then some clouds will drift over the region and help to cool all of us down. No chances for rain appear at this time from this, just cooler temps. As we head in to next weekend, high pressure is expected to rebuild and bring a gradual warming trend back once again. A weak to moderate Santa Ana wind will develop and heightened fire concerns will likely com in to play.

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