Saturday echoed a lot of Friday's weather conditions, with the marine layer hugging areas like Pismo Beach and places like San Luis Obispo seeing plenty of sunshine.
Because of this, our temperatures weren't too far off from Friday afternoon.
All of that is about to change, however.
Widespread night and morning low clouds and fog will continue across the area through Monday.
The marine inversion will deepen Saturday night trough Monday, with the stratus clouds pushing further inland each day.
There's a chance of light rain Sunday night and morning Monday.
A strong onshore flow prevails through Sunday, then gradually weakens Monday into Tuesday.
Gusty winds will continue across interior sections, creating dangerous fire weather conditions for some parts of the Central Coast.
A Wind Advisory has now been issued for the interior valleys of San Luis Obispo County.
Gusts in this area could be up to 40 mph at times.
The strong onshore flow and marine inversion will result in noticeably cooler temperatures.
A warming trend is possible Tuesday through Saturday, but temperatures will mostly be staying on the cooler side.
Have a great weekend!