It was a chilly day for much of the Central Coast Sunday, with many areas seeing temperatures over 10 degrees cooler than Saturday.
These cooler temperatures will be sticking around through Monday before our next weather system makes its way in.
The cool off has allowed for more moisture to return to the air, bringing up our relative humidity rates.
Temperatures are anticipated to become warm and dry midweek before cooling off again.
Our marine layer sticks around through at least Tuesday morning but it doesn't appear to hinder visibility rates in the morning hours by very much at all.
Tuesday and Wednesday a light, offshore flow is anticipated with potentials for a Santa Ana wind event again.
However, this wind event doesn't look to be as strong as week had last week.
Gusty, north winds develop late in the week and continue into next weekend.
Enjoy the taste of Fall while it lasts!