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Thursday evening forecast – Nov. 26th

A cold storm system will continue to move over the region tonight into Friday. Showers and mountain snow showers are likely to continue with isolated thunderstorms possible. Another storm system is expected to affect San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties over the weekend and into early next week, possibly pushing south of point conception at times.

A showery weather pattern with isolated thunderstorms will likely continue through this evening. Another piece of instability will move across the area late tonight and shower activity should increase again. An additional quarter to half inch of rainfall is possible through Friday, with more in mountain areas. Some areas could receive more and less rainfall. with snow levels around 2500 feet this afternoon and tonight, additional snowfall from around 2 inches should be expected for areas north of point conception with up to between 4 and 10 inches across the Los Angeles and Ventura County mountains. Isolated amounts closer to 16 inches could occur on favored  mountain peaks and slopes. Due to the impactful snow, a Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for the Los Angeles, Ventura, and the Santa Barbara County mountains through early Friday morning. A Winter Weather Advisory will remain in effect for the Cuyama Valley for the same time period.

The trough of low pressure will move east of the region on Friday, but a cold air mass will remain across the region and keep temperatures much below normal for this time of year. Highs will be only in the 50s for all of us through Friday with lows in the low 40s and even 30s.

Areas north of Point Conception are expecting moderate to light rainfall Saturday night into Sunday. As they catch the bottom of a storm with an atmospheric river component hitting the bay area.

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