Once the clouds peeled away Sunday morning, we saw an afternoon full of sunshine on the Central Coast.
Temperatures were a bit chilly in some areas however, with temperatures 3-5 degrees less at coasts and valleys and 5-15 degrees cooler than Saturday in the mountain areas.
We'll be keeping an eye on our valley areas overnight, as several places will either get to freezing or close to freezing temperatures.
Gusty winds continued Sunday, with some places in southern Santa Barbara County seeing gusts over 40 mph!
These winds are contributing to several advisories getting extended into Monday, like our high surf advisory and small craft advisory.
Conditions out on the water will remain very dangerous over the next 24 hours, with wave heights over 10 ft in some areas.
Our weather is expected to stay dry through Saturday, except for a slight chance of rain Tuesday night into Wednesday.
Preliminary information from the National Weather Service shows rain in most areas will be less than .10".
Have a great week!