There were moderately gusty winds across the region Sunday.
This has helped keep a low airmass stirred enough to prevent morning temperatures from dipping to near freezing for some parts of the Central Coast.
Some areas still were pretty chilly overnight, with Santa Barbara narrowly missing tying it's record low temperature.
Daytime temperatures Monday will be well above normal in most areas, but still chilly at night.
Since temperatures are a bit warmer than Saturday night, no frost advisory has been issued.
A prolonged period of dry, offshore flow will continue to bring elevated to brief critical fire weather conditions.
Through Tuesday, north to northeast winds will gust between 25-45 mph at times in wind prone areas across southern Santa Barbara County (mainly at night) and coastal foothills of SLO County.
Northerly winds along the Santa Barbara County south coast will increase to possibly warrant a wind advisory, with winds potentially strong enough for a Small Craft Advisory Monday and Tuesday.
Have a great week!