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Sunday evening forecast Dec 15th

A very sunny, but brisk day as we saw just the tail end of a fast moving Pacific storm this weekend. Fortunately gusty northerly winds have weakened and all Wind Advisories should expire this evening. However, a slight turn in the wind from northeast or Santa Ana direction, could bring an advisory or two for early Monday to portions of Ventura County. As for temperatures on Monday, expect most areas to warm slightly in to the mid 60's for most areas.
Looking ahead, our brief Santa Ana is expected to last in to earlyTuesday. Temperatures on Tuesday should mirror Monday with just slight changes here and there. More clouds will approach the region by late Tuesday.  Sprinkles are expected for our northern areas by Wednesday with just a slight chance for areas south of Pt. Conception. Skies will remain mostly cloudy as we head toward next weekend and increase even more by Saturday & Sunday. Shower chances do come back in to play as well! In fact, we could series of storm systems roll through California for the following week, which happens to be Christmas. Of course, it's very early still to forecast that far out and be absolutely certain. We will monitor closely and update our rain chances over the next several days!

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