Posted: Jun 15, 2013 8:14 PM by Victoria Johnson
Today and tomorrow, low pressure will hold along the west coast through the weekend. Daytime temperatures should be near normal. Temperatures have slightly decreased from yesterday's highs in the valleys due to the marine layer. Temperatures have also dropped in the mountains and inland areas. The Gaviota pass will experience breezy conditions but winds should be below advisory levels. Sunday evening, north winds will develop across the Santa Ynez range, pushing to the I-5 corridor after midnight. These winds will reduce the low clouds, which will then be present along the Santa Barbara coast. Through next week, overnight low clouds and fog will continue across the coast and coastal valleys. A high pressure system should be present next weekend resulting in warmer temperatures.
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