Oct 5, 2013 12:24 AM by Victoria Johnson
Clear skies, hot temperatures, gusty offshore winds, and dry conditions will last through Sunday. Wind will be most prevalent in the mountains and valleys. Winds are expected to be the strongest tonight into Saturday, and then be somewhat weaker into Sunday. Above normal temperatures will last through Sunday when winds are expected to transition onshore. An onshore flow and a low pressure system will make its presence known by the middle of the week, bringing windy conditions, partly cloudy skies, a deeper marine layer, cooler temperatures and the possibility for light showers. Drizzle is expected in Santa Barbara County, west of the mountains, Tuesday night to Wednesday night. Next weekend, gusty winds are forecasted to return with above normal temperatures.
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