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Wednesday evening forecast – Feb. 5th

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - We are seeing another day of mostly clear conditions and below-average temperatures, with more chilly overnight lows ahead for us tonight. A Frost Advisory is in effect for valley areas and the Central Coast tonight with temperatures expected to reach below-freezing levels. Overnight lows, however, may not drop as low as the past couple of nights.

Tomorrow, our gradual warm-up continues. We'll see highs in the mid-60s for most areas, with plenty of sunshine. Tomorrow night and Friday morning, we'll see low clouds and fog develop across coastal areas.

Temperatures will likely peak on Saturday before a cool down on Sunday, when more clouds arrive. A slight chance of rain arrives Monday for Ventura County and areas south, but it will likely remain light. The South Coast may see a stray shower, but areas north of Pt. Conception will likely stay dry.

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