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Friday evening forecast – Nov. 29th

Scattered rain showers and mountain snow showers will continue to diminish as we head into our Friday evening. High and low temperatures will begin to moderate Saturday, returning to near-normal by Monday. Rain will develop over the Central Coast midday Saturday, bringing the chance for rain showers to Ventura late Saturday afternoon. Mild and dry conditions return Sunday morning through Tuesday, with the next chance of rain arriving Tuesday evening.

Friday some rain and mountain snow showers persisted across the region with generally light precipitation amounts. Temperatures have remained unseasonably cool today with highs 10-15 deg below normal. Tonight the coast and valleys will only be in the 40s, and mostly 30s in the higher mountains.  Freeze warning in effect from Friday 10PM - Saturday 8AM for the Ventura County valleys as temperatures dip below freezing.

Saturday will start off dry but rain will arrive over the central coast early Saturday afternoon then spread across the area Saturday evening.  Totals are small looking at less than 0.50" for the Central Coast and less than 0.25" for areas south of Point Conception.  We expect to dry out overnight and stay mostly dry with a gradual warming trend Sunday through Tuesday. Highs during this period will see a gradual warming trend going from the upper 50s and low 60s this weekend to mid 60s by mid-week.

This wet pattern is sticking around.  We expect more rain middle of next week, and then again for the following weekend.  We will keep an eye on these storms in the First Alert Weather Center and will update you as we get a better perspective of what to expect.

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Kelsey Gerckens

Kelsey Gerckens is chief meteorologist for NewsChannel 3-12. To learn more about Kelsey, click here.

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