Feelin’ hot, hot, hot!
Another warm day on the Central Coast, with some valley temperatures reaching the hundreds.
We have a heat advisory continuing till 8 p.m. Sunday. Be cautious if you plan on being outdoors for an extended period of time – bring water, sunscreen and wear protective clothing when you can!
Along with the heat advisory comes a small craft advisory continuing until Wednesday morning.
Wind gusts Sunday evening going into Monday could be 15-25 mph, with the potential for sundowner winds.
Wind advisories are also likely as the wind gusts begin to ramp up Sunday evening.
These strong winds and low relative humidity makes for very dangerous fire weather. Make sure your vehicles are not dragging chains and if you need to pull over on the side of the road, don’t pull over in tall grass.
We’re anticipating dense fog Saturday night into Sunday morning, that may limit visibility to a quarter mile or less.
Temperatures will remain above normal through Monday, before an upper level trough brings a cooling trend.
Stay safe out there!