It was a nice and cool Saturday for much of the Central Coast, with temperatures significantly cooler than this time last weekend.
Unfortunately, the cooler temperatures won't be lasting for long.
An upper level high pressure ridge builds into the area Sunday, beginning a warming trend.
Sunday morning however, low clouds and fog will pack into in coastal and valley areas.
The high pressure system and weak offshore flow will bring clear, hot and dry conditions for much of the next week.
North to south gradients increase Sunday night, with gusty winds expected through and below passes of the Santa Ynez Valley range and Montecito area.
After Sunday, we will be entering fire weather conditions for the rest of the week.
Stay safe out there!