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Saturday evening forecast – Nov 16th

Another turn in the atmospheric flow has resulted in yet another offshore event with very warm temperatures and heightened fire concerns. A Wind Advisory and Red Flag Warning will be in effect for much of Southern California including up and through Ventura County on Sunday. Whiles the winds should not be overly strong, the dryness and warmth mean that firefighters will be vigilant and perhaps very busy!

Look for highs on Sunday and in to Monday to be well above normal with highs in the 80's and even low 90's! If a few areas get lucky, a mild sea breeze could cool things off in the afternoon, but that doesn't look very promising!

Looking ahead, again things will stay very warm and dry through Monday and then things get interesting! Look for the onshore flow to slowly rebuild through Tuesday with much cooler temperatures returning quickly! Clouds will build and scattered showers are possible by Wednesday and in to early Thursday. The interesting part or variable is the possibility for some tropical energy moving north and helping to enhance the rain amounts. Tropical storm "Raymond" will run up along Southern Baja and then push some moisture north. If our early season storm can tap in to the moisture, we could actually see some decent rainfall by mid week. Either way, expect at least a few widely scattered light showers with hopefully more depending on "Raymond"!

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