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Friday will be hot with wind in parts of the region

A shift in weather conditions begin today. North West westerly winds will push out the marine layer and bring sunnier skies and hot weather. 

Patchy fog is expected for the beach areas. Clearing may be slow through the morning hours, but expect some sunshine into the afternoon.

A wind advisory goes into effect from 3 p.m. Friday to 6pm Saturday for the Ventura County mountains and South Santa Barbara with expected wind speeds up to 50 mph.

A high wind warning goes in effect on Saturday at 6 p.m. until Sunday at 11 a.m. for the Santa Barbara County mountains, the Santa Barbara south coast, and Santa Ynez mountains with winds up to 65 mph. Damaging winds could blow down trees and power lines. It may be time to bring in any outdoor items that can be easily knocked over.

A heat advisory has also been issued for Santa Barbara County for Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. Sunday.

While hot temperatures are exciting, conditions will be dry, hot and windy, which will bring fire danger. it's important to practice fire safety through the Father's Day weekend.

Temperatures for today will be pleasant, 70s to 80s at the beaches, high 80s for the valleys and the interior will see sunny skies with temperatures hitting the 90s and shy of the 100s! 

Temperatures will return to seasonal conditions by Sunday. Enjoy the warm weather and sunny skies!

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