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Thursday morning forecast November 11th

Temperatures are rapidly warming again. The entire region will be in the 70s to 80s with a chance of record heat.

The ridge of high pressure is settling in along with strong offshore flow from the north and east. Skies will stay fair. There is a wind advisory on the South Coast and in the Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo County mountains until 9:00 am, and on the San Luis Obispo County Central Coast until noon.

Santa Ana winds are aiding the warm up, and also drying out relative humidity. There is a wind advisory in the Ventura County valleys and on the coast until 2:00 pm Friday. Gusts will reach 40 to 50 mph.

Conditions will continue warming by 2 to 4 degrees Friday, making it the warmest day of the week. Santa Ana winds will continue, but lose a little strength.

The ridge and offshore flow will weaken Saturday through Monday, causing temperatures to fall slightly each day. A trough will bring back the marine layer Monday night or Tuesday morning.

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