Sep 28, 2013 10:25 PM by Victoria Johnson
The offshore flow is weakening but continues to warm the Central Coast today and bring breezy conditions in the canyons and passes. However, it will diminish by Sunday as an onshore flow should reestablish and temperatures will begin to cool. A stronger sea breeze should be present by late morning. This weather on Sunday and Monday will depend on how far the sea breeze pushes the thermal trough inland. This will continue through the middle of the week as a trough of low pressure will approach from the Northwest. Low clouds and fog will return to the coast by Sunday night into Monday morning, with a slight chance of it moving in tonight. Santa Barbara should remain clear. The most cooling will take place along the coast with a few degrees of cooling across the valley locations. Low clouds are expected to increase and temperatures should drop on Monday. This cooling should continue through Wednesday with weather starting to warm Thursday into the weekend. There is elevated fire danger due to the windy conditions, warm temperatures, and low humidity.
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