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Sunday evening forecast Jan 19th

A very interesting day as a mild offshore flow developed across Southern California with threatening clouds looming overhead. It appears, the dry offshores won the battle as, aside from a few stray sprinkles, no measurable rainfall was reported today. A similar pattern is expected on MLK Day, but the warmer offshore breezes will likely be very weak or missing altogether. Look for temperatures to be mostly in the low to mid 60's.
Looking ahead, slight chances for sprinkles will remain in play through Tuesday. For now, the best chance for sprinkles will be for areas to the north of Pt. Conception and temperatures will stay on the cool side. Clearing is expected by mid week and beyond that, we expected to see more sunshine and mild temperatures. Another chance for rain will come in to play by next weekend. Yet again, our long range forecast models are not in agreement or producing consistent outcomes. That means we watch, wait and update with each model run!

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