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Friday morning forecast December 11th

A trough in the state is bringing cool air advection, which will further cool inland areas. The region will be in the 60s, slightly below normal.

Onshore flow will keep the coasts cloudy, but inland areas may clear a bit with north flow. There is a wind advisory in the Ventura County mountains, expiring at noon. Gusty northwest winds will blow between 20-30 mph.

A small ridge will form Saturday, bringing a few degrees of warming everywhere. Upper level northwest flow will keep skies mostly cloudy. Gusty northwest winds will continue into next week.

By Sunday, a trough will move in quickly from the northwest. Temperatures will cool back down a few degrees before warming again Tuesday with flow transitioning to offshore again.

A moderate Santa Ana wind event is expected again Tuesday. Also, high tides could cause coastal flooding and tidal overflow on Central Coast and Ventura County beaches between Sunday and Tuesday.

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