Clear to partly cloudy skies and dry weather will prevail for at least the next seven days.
Temperatures Saturday were 5-10 degrees above normal for this time of year.
High temperatures will be a little warmer than normal, and most lows will be a few degrees lower than normal.
An upper level ridge will build in Saturday night into Sunday, with a dry, upper level low will reach L.A. County Sunday night into Monday.
Breezy offshore flow can be expected Saturday night and Sunday morning, especially for foothills and mountains.
Winds will remain gusty through Monday afternoon.
A drying trend is expected Monday afternoon through Tuesday, when humidities in the teens and single digits will be common.
More #SantaAnaWinds on the way. Late Sun night through Tue, moderate to strong NE to E winds across much of SW California, including Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties. #SOCal #CAwx #CAfire pic.twitter.com/paIw0uIhUe— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) December 6, 2020
Damaging wind gusts up to 60-70 mph will be possible at times for mountains of Ventura and LA counties Monday, with high wind watch possible for Monday afternoon through early Tuesday.
Wind gusts 45-60 mph possible late Monday through Tuesday morning for San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties.
Because of this, a fire weather watch has been put into place.
Mostly clear skies should prevail through Tuesday.
Marine layer should remain off the coast through Sunday.
Potential for Small Craft Advisory level winds forming by Sunday, with high surf potentials by Tuesday.
Stay safe out there!