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Wednesday evening forecast – Feb. 19th

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - A quiet and mostly sunny day on Wednesday will turn into a quiet night, with lows falling to only the mid to upper-40s along the coasts. The Santa Ynez Valley and other inland areas will see chillier overnight lows dropping into the upper-30s. It should be a mostly clear night with just a few scattered clouds and some patchy fog.

Tomorrow, we'll see more sunshine and a slightly warmer day, with temperatures warming into the upper-60s to around 70 degrees. Inland valley areas in Ventura County will see breezy conditions, with winds occasionally gusting up to 35 mph. We're staying dry for at least one more day before a low pressure system moves through Southern California on Friday.

We'll see increased cloud cover late Friday before a chance for light showers overnight and into Saturday morning. Current models show rain totals less than a half inch for all local areas, with higher totals in Ventura County. Santa Barbara County will see about a quarter inch of rain. Temperatures will cool down a bit as the chance for light showers arrives. We'll see highs warm back to average and above-average levels once the system passes to the east on Sunday.

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