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Wednesday evening forecast May 26

A gradual cooling trend remains through the week, with a pattern of night to morning cloud cover. While gusty northwest winds will also persists, with the strongest conditions along southern Santa Barbara County.

Overall a broad trough will linger over the region through Friday and expected to deepen into Saturday. This means onshore flow will remain overnight, with sundowner winds by the evening. Due to the strength of the onshore push, clearing may be slow or limited along the coast each afternoon. Aside from a few stratus clouds, skies are expected to remain clear.

At this time there are no wind advisories issued. However, there will be some northerly offshore gradients through Saturday. Gradients are expected to remain weak for tonight and increase Thursday and Friday. This will prompt a chance for advisory levels winds along southern Santa Barbara County through the end of the week.

The pattern will remain quiet, with little day to day changes. A ridge will move in from Monday through Wednesday. Memorial Day will be the start to a noticeable warming trend, with less clouds. Tuesday and Wednesday are looking to be the warmest days, with 70s and 80s near coast and 90s inland.

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