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Sunday Evening Forecast June 7th

Another beautiful and as expected, the wind from the north has kicked in to gear with watches & warnings posted in addition to Red Flag fire fighting warnings being posted as well.
A big area of low pressure continues to move in to and through the Pacific Northwest bring rain and even higher elevation snow. As is typical this time of year, we are too far south to receive much more than maybe a few sprinkles. We did see and even record some measurable rain on Friday, but our biggest impact will be wind, heightened fire concerns and a warming trend. These late season systems make for a strong northerly flow and wind from the north and even northeast will be an issue through at least Monday. As the winds turn more northeasterly, we will then see the offshore flow take over and with that, warmer temps. Look for the warmth to kick in to gear on Monday and more so on Tuesday. There is still some model discrepancies as to how warm and if the heat will reach the immediate coast. Either way, especially for inland areas, expect lots of sunshine and very warm afternoon highs. Wind Advisory for the Central Coast through Sunday evening. Wind Warning for portions of Santa Barbara & Ventura Counties though Early Monday. Red Flag Warning for portions of Santa Barbara & Ventura Counties through Tuesday. Heat Advisory for portions of Ventura County for Monday & Tuesday.  The heat should simmer down by late in the work week and even more so by next weekend as the marine layer rebuilds along the coast.

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