Mostly sunny skies are in the forecast Tuesday with the exception of some morning clouds and potential for drizzle. Marine layer and morning low clouds are expected to be a factor through the rest of the week as decreasing onshore flow will allow these conditions to develop along the coastline.
A wind advisory will remain in place for Santa Barbara County’s south coast through 6:00 a.m., which means wind gusts could still potentially reach 35 miles per hour before the advisory expires. After the advisory does expire, breezy conditions will persist and winds will range from 10-25 mph through Tuesday night.
Daytime highs for the interior valleys are continuing to warm up and will range from the upper 70s to low 80s Tuesday. Looking ahead to the start of next week, inland valley temperatures are forecasted to reach the low 90s, so it will definitely start feeling like Summertime soon enough. For Tuesday, the coastal valleys will be closer to the low 70s and the beaches will be right around the mid to upper 60s.
There’s a chance for thunderstorms this afternoon and tonight for the Santa Barbara County mountains. These chances are expected to continue through the end of the week and impact Ventura County as well.
Afternoon and evening thunderstorms will be possible in the mountains Wed thru Fri. A slight chance of thunderstorms will also affect the Antelope Valley and valleys/coasts of Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties Wed afternoon/evening. #cawx #LAWeather #SoCal pic.twitter.com/25F5IVAjYe
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) May 28, 2019