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Drizzle Wednesday morning could produce measurable rain

The increasing marine layer and fog are dense Wednesday morning, which is producing drizzle. Modeling is indicating that any precipitation will be light, but areas like Goleta and Solvang could see around .10’’ of rain as a result.

Low clouds have been slow to form throughout the morning, but by sunrise, they should be fairly widespread from the beaches to parts of the inland valleys. The coastal valleys and beaches could be stubborn to clear, but the interior valleys should see some sunshine by the afternoon.

Depending on the clearing situation, temperatures could be a little tricky and fluctuate. Temperatures for the inland valleys will mostly be in the low to mid-70s. The coastal valleys and beaches will stay around the mid-60s to the low 70s. Southerly winds will range from about 10-20 miles per hour, but models are showing it will be pretty calm.

Brooke Martell

Brooke Martell

Brooke Martell is a weather forecaster and fill-in anchor for KSBY's weekday morning show, "Daybreak." When she's not in the studio, Brooke is reporting on investigative, human interest, and political stories.
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