The National Weather Service has issued an air quality warning for San Luis Obispo County that does not expire until Monday afternoon.
This is likely due to wildfire smoke continuing to make its way into our area.
This slightly contradicts what AirNow.gov has predicted for parts of the county, as the site says several areas are considered "good" quality.
Several areas of Santa Barbara County have improved their air quality from Saturday and are now considered "good" as well.
Sunday saw gorgeous weather across the Central Coast before things started to really cool down.
Temperatures are going to be staying on the cooler side as we head into this next week.
As afternoon temperatures drop a few degrees in the start of the week, our evening temperatures will be slightly increasing.
Still, several areas will be below 40 degrees at night.
Afternoon temperatures will be increasing later this week.
Interior areas are expected to remain very dry and breezy, maintaining our fire dangers.
Keep the jackets handy!