The Santa Ana wind event across Southern California is winding down but the dry air in place will continue to produce some very cold overnight lows.
Paso Robles set a record this morning with 25 degrees at the Paso Robles Airport. The old record was 28 degrees, set in 1961.
These offshore winds will continue to produce mostly clear skies with cold and crisp mornings, especially in wind-sheltered areas, and mild afternoons through Sunday morning.
Onshore winds will allow the marine layer to develop along the coastline Sunday night through Thursday.
We'll see a run of mild temps everywhere: 60s at the beaches, 70s in the coastal valleys and 80s inland during that period.
I don't see any other strong offshore wind events.
Some of the models are advertising rain chances in the middle of November.