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Wednesday evening forecast – Aug. 26th

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - A wind advisory is in effect for the Santa Barbara County South Coast and mountains until 3 a.m. Thursday. Gusts up to 45 mph are possible, especially on the South Coast west of Goleta and near San Marcos Pass. Sundowner winds are expected to keep the Gaviota area gusty and warm overnight.

On Thursday we will wake up once more to coastal morning fog that could linger past noon again in some areas. Highs in the mid-70s for the Central Coast and low to mid-80s along the South Coast are expected. A modest warm-up for inland areas will continue through Thursday, with highs in the 90s expected for the interior valleys.

Starting Friday, we're expecting a slight pattern change with a weekend cool-down, especially for inland areas. Highs will drop 5-10 degrees by Sunday, before another gradual warm-up beginning by the middle of next week.

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