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Friday morning forecast May 28th

Temperatures are near seasonal norms. Coasts are in the 60s to low 70s. Interior areas are in the 70s to 80s.

The region is under a series of troughs moving down the West Coast. The Central Coast will wake up to a marine layer, but the South Coast will be clearer from overnight wind, except for the eastern portion which may fill in with clouds from an eddy off the coast of Ventura County.

Sundowner winds will pick up again in the afternoon in Santa Barbara County. A wind advisory will begin at 3:00 pm and end Saturday at 3:00 am. The strongest winds will blow west of Refugio.

Temperatures are staying near normal Saturday, but may drop by a degree or two as the trough moves overhead.

By Sunday, the trough will be pulled to the ocean by an upper low to the south. A ridge will develop over California, raising temperatures by a few degrees.

Warming continues through Memorial Day, reaching its peak on Tuesday or Wednesday at several degrees above normal. The warming trend will slow Thursday as the ridge weakens.

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