It was another toasty day Sunday, with several areas getting close to reaching record high temperatures.
Monday will be a bit cooler but still much of the same we've had all weekend: warm and dry weather.
The Santa Ana winds will be weakening but there are still fire weather concerns in LA and Ventura counties.
Things dramatically shift as we head into Tuesday as cloud coverage intensifies and we get closer to our first storm of the winter season.
There is a chance of light rain Tuesday night into early Wednesday for some parts of Ventura and LA counties but it's likely we won't see rain until Wednesday afternoon.
Early estimates from the National Weather Service call for less than .10 of an inch for San Luis Obispo County and up to a quarter of an inch for Santa Barbara County.
Enjoy the sunshine while it lasts!