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Sunday evening forecast Nov, 24th

Another offshore wind event made for a terrific weekend with warm temperatures across the board. Monday will start out mild and sunny, but increasing wind from the northwest will cool us down toward the evening. Look for highs to be in the 60's and 70's and again, winds will increase with advisories and warnings for much of Santa Barbara County.
Looking ahead, A fast moving storm will drop south from the Gulf of Alaska by very late Tuesday. Temperatures will cool quickly and some light showers are possible for our northern areas. Showers and wind will become widespread through Wednesday and could last through early Friday. We could end up receiving more than an inch or more of rain by Friday. Thunderstorms are also possible as the cold air destabilizes the atmosphere and snow will be possible down to as low as 3000-feet or more!
Again, showers will be possible through early Friday with even slight chances lingering in to next weekend! Temperatures through next Friday will be very cool and outright chilly with most areas only in the low 50's!  Highs will try to rebound slightly by next weekend, but remain below normal.

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