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Thursday evening forecast – Nov. 21st

Thursday we saw mostly cloudy skies and cool temperatures with highs primarily in the mid 60s. Offshore winds and a building high pressure will allow for temperatures to increase though the weekend. Then, another storm system could impact the region next week.

Weak ridging will develop Friday, temperatures should jump back up to near-normal values and skies should clear to partly cloudy at most. Friday morning could see some dense fog in the Cuyama valley and near Paso Robles.

Weak to moderate offshore flow will develop over the weekend, peaking between Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures will climb a few degrees each day with clearing skies and higher heights. Expect temperatures in the low 70s.

Warmer than normal conditions will linger into Monday. Then models continue to bring a trough of low pressure down the west coast beginning Tuesday. Temperatures will fall accordingly down to the low 60s. By Wednesday morning models indicate widespread precipitation. This is a very cold system and snow levels could drop to around 3,500 feet by Thursday morning and snow on the grapevine is a very real possibility. Keep this in mind as you make your Thanksgiving plans there could be a chance you could run into some rain as you go to visit family.

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