Saturday saw clear, dry conditions with temperatures in the low to mid-70’s for most.
Those dry conditions will continue into early Sunday, but temperatures are expected to cool with increased cloud coverage during the day.
A low-pressure system will move across the area Sunday night into Monday morning, bringing sporadic rain showers starting Sunday evening.
As the system passes over the Central Coast, northerly winds are likely to pick up Sunday night and Monday.
Fresh to strong northwesterly winds are forecasted Sunday night and could increase to gale force winds (25 to 35 mph with gusts up to 45 mph) on Monday.
A wind advisory is in effect from Sunday 10 p.m. to Monday at 10 p.m. for Santa Barbara County.
This could effect drivers during the extended holiday weekend when driving on the I-5 corridor and Highway 154 through the Santa Ynez Mountains.
This weak cold front could block the view of the total lunar eclipse that takes place Sunday night, with totality between 8:41 p.m. and 9:43 p.m.
A Beach Hazard Statement for SLO and SB Counties still in effect through Tuesday with high tides peaking Monday.
Starting Tuesday, the extended forecast shows a warming trend for the remainder of the week, mostly clear and dry conditions with periods of northeasterly winds.