It was a pretty seasonal Saturday afternoon for the Central Coast, with the fog encapsulating the coast for much of the morning before the sun finally came out.
A similar weather pattern expected for Sunday and potentially Monday as well.
We are anticipating near normal temperatures with night and morning low clouds across the coast and coastal valley areas, as well as gusty onshore winds across the interior valleys.
Across all coastal waters, winds and seas are expected to stay below Small Craft Advisory level.
A strong high pressure system brings a warming trend to the Central Coast Tuesday through Thursday, leading to potentially a significant heat wave through Labor Day Weekend.
Temperatures by next weekend will be in the triple digits for several areas and it's likely several heat advisories will be issued.
We're nearing the unofficial end of summer and another heat wave is on tap for Labor Day weekend! Here's a glimpse at the forecast high temps for Saturday, but there is some uncertainty as to exactly how hot it will be due to possible monsoon moisture. #CAwx #LAheat #heatwave pic.twitter.com/Xc551U5wsT— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) August 29, 2020
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!