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Monday evening forecast – Nov. 25th

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - We saw another comfortable day temperature-wise on Monday with mostly sunny conditions. Winds picking up late are prompting a Wind Advisory for the Central Coast and South Coast and High Wind Warning for the Santa Barbara County mountains. We'll see temperatures stay near average until Tuesday, with gusty winds along the coast and in the mountains.

Tomorrow, winds will calm down but stay breezy. Clouds will begin to build later in the day. We'll see afternoon high temperatures cool about 10 degrees across the Central Coast. Clouds will build through the latter half of the day with rain arriving in San Luis Obispo County and northern Santa Barbara County by late Tuesday night.

We'll see showers and a chance of thunderstorms Wednesday lasting into Thanksgiving Day. The chance for rain will linger into Friday and the weekend as well. Heavy rain could bring flooding in some areas. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for the Santa Barbara County Mountains and Ventura County Mountains, with snow levels dropping below 3,000 feet in some areas. We could see up to one foot of snow in northern Ventura County.

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