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Wednesday morning forecast December 1st

Temperatures are staying very warm Wednesday. There is potential to set more record highs. The coast will be in the 70s and inland in the 80s.

Offshore winds will continue moderately through the morning hours with cold air advection and strong upper level support. There is a wind advisory in the Ventura County mountains until 2:00 pm with gusts up to 45 mph.

The South Coast and Ventura County coast are seeing patchy dense fog with an advisory out until 9:00 am. Skies will clear through the day. Likely, the fog will return Thursday morning.

By Thursday, offshore gradients will relax and gradually turn onshore. An upper low will creep northward from around the Baja Peninsula. Temperatures will cool and the marine layer will return again at night.

Temperatures will drop a bit further Friday with the marine layer over the coast in the night to morning hours. Conditions will change little through Saturday.

A ridge of high pressure will nose in from the eastern Pacific Ocean Saturday night. Temperatures will warm Sunday and Monday.

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Anikka Abbott

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