It was a nice afternoon for much of the Central Coast Saturday, with several areas seeing high's in the low 70's.
The big concern is the transition into the overnight hours, where lows will be cold with areas of patchy frost in wind sheltered areas.
Afternoon temperatures will warm slightly through Wednesday then cool at the end of next week.
Some interiors areas like Paso Robles will see continue to see lows in the mid to upper 20's.
Various areas across the Central Coast will have minimum temperatures between 30-34 degrees.
Because of these conditions, a Frost Advisory has been issued for early Sunday morning.
There should be enough warming to preclude frost Monday and Tuesday.
Dry air continues through next Thursday, with gusty north winds possible Monday night into Tuesday.
Fire Weather Advisories for Ventura and L.A. Counties are expiring at 6 p.m. but there is still concern for low relative humidities in these areas.
Tomorrow-Tuesday Forecast— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) November 28, 2020
More dry weather. Offshore winds, low humidity, elevated to brief critical fire weather conditions everywhere. Ventura & L.A. could see isolated Red Flag conditions in windiest spots.
Graphic: Forecast Minimum RH%#socal #cawx #fireweather #wxoutlook pic.twitter.com/QwL3IoaDja
Have a great weekend!