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Thursday morning forecast May 27th

Temperatures are not changing much across the region with coasts in the 60s to 70s and interior areas in the 70s to 80s.

An eddy is giving the Central Coast a deeper marine layer, extending into valley areas for a May Gray wake-up. Northerly flow is keeping the South Coast clearer, but some clouds may fill in through the morning.

A stronger sundowner will hit Santa Barbara County, triggering at wind advisory from 6:00 pm Thursday to 3:00 am Friday. The Central Coast will also see a breezy afternoon.

As heights rise Friday, temperatures will increase slightly in some areas. However, the marine layer will stick around and a series of troughs will sweep through for a gray holiday weekend.

Temperatures will inch warmer into the middle of next week with developing high pressure. By Tuesday, the region will already by 5 to 10 degrees above normal.

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