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Friday evening forecast- Jan. 10th

Mostly clear skies and slightly below normal temperatures will continue through the weekend. Gusty north to northwest winds expected at times in the mountains and Santa Barbara South Coast.

Very nice day Friday with light offshore flow and temps just slightly below normal.  Most areas enjoyed temperatures in the 60s. Skies are clear now but overnight some patchy marine layer clouds will likely develop over the coastal waters and some patchy dense fog in the Paso Robles area.

An upper low moving into the Pacific northwest tonight will continue sliding south into the great basin and rockies Saturday. Behind it northerly flow will increase again and likely generate advisory level winds in the mountains, and southern Santa Barbara County. Those will diminish late Saturday night as the winds shift to northeast and a light Santa Ana wind pattern develops Sunday.

Temperatures will bounce up and down a couple degrees each day but generally remain below normal through Monday. Mainly 60s for coast/valleys and 50s mountains.

A chance of light rain northern areas Tuesday and all areas later next week. 

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