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Wednesday evening forecast – Nov. 13th

Wednesday brought another day of cloudy skies and mild temperatures, with highs along the South and Central Coast near or slightly below average. This pattern will continue for at least another couple of days, with fog developing once again late Wednesday and lasting until late Thursday morning for coastal and some inland areas.

On Thursday, expect highs to be slightly warmer but staying mild. We will again see morning fog and mostly cloudy skies in the afternoon. Onshore flow will keep us cloudy and cool until Friday, when we begin to see fewer clouds.

Saturday and Sunday will be much warmer, with Sunday looking like the warmest day. Highs will likely be 10 degrees above average, with mostly sunny skies expected. We could see a moderate Santa Ana wind event develop in Ventura County on Sunday, as the warmer weekend will likely also bring breezier conditions.

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