It was a gloomy afternoon for some parts of the Central Coast Sunday, as some light showers made their way through.
Some areas didn't see any trace amounts of rain, while places like the SLO Reservoir received .11" inch of rain.
The Central Coast is sandwiched in between significant fire danger concerns.
Much of northern California is now under a Red Flag Warning.
A strong, gusty Santa Ana wind event will develop Sunday night and Monday in the Ventura/LA County area and remain fairly strong across inland areas on Tuesday.
Strong Santa Ana winds will develop overnight over the LA/Ventura mountains and filter into the valleys and coastal areas by early Monday morning. Red Flag Warnings will be in effect late tonight through 6pm Tue. Damaging gusts and critical fire conditions are expected! #CAwx pic.twitter.com/NEQNfs1XkM— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) October 26, 2020
Gusts could reach up to 80 mph during the peak of this event.
Humidities are expected to lower even for coastal areas.
For us, we might see some impacts of this wind event out on the water, with a strong chance of a Small Craft Advisory in the Santa Barbara County channel and choppy seas.
Below normal temperatures are expected through at least Monday, then slowly warming.
Temperatures overnight are cooling off significantly, with chances of a frost advisory being issued for parts of San Luis Obispo county by Tuesday.
Have a great week!