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Clouds will increase Thursday, but temperatures will stay mild

Thursday morning will be a couple degrees warmer, but highs will be a tad cooler. There is another frost advisory until 8:00 am for the Central Coast, Santa Ynez Valley, and Ojai Valley. For highs, the Central Coast will reach the low to mid 60s, South Coast the mid to upper 60s, and interior in the low to mid 60s.

The ridge of high pressure is very weak and offshore flow is easing. More upper-level clouds will start to come in.

On Friday, expect a mostly cloudy day as a trough pushes the ridge to the east. The trough will move into Northern California and send a cold front down the coast. However, the front will likely fall apart before it reaches us.

Saturday's skies will clear for plenty of sunshine on the South Coast, and highs will increase a tad again for a mild afternoon. However, temperatures will drop on the Central Coast as a second system approaches. In the evening, more clouds could start to move back in and there's a slight chance of rain.

The chance of rain increases overnight through Sunday morning, spreading to the South Coast. The front will lose steam over Point Conception. Rain will stay on the lighter side and rainfall totals will likely stay under a quarter of an inch. Sunday will also cool a few degrees.

Gusty north to northwesterly winds will follow that system Sunday night. Then, winds will shift northeasterly Monday night, lasting through Tuesday morning. Temperatures will increase slightly.

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