We finally made it cooler temperatures with more temperatures getting shaved off as we head into Sunday.
Be careful what you wish for however, as now our new concern is getting close to freezing temperatures.
Already, parts of LA County are under a freeze watch and we may getting pretty close next week.
Places like Paso Robles, Santa Ynez, and Cuyama will be below 40 degrees in the evenings.
Along with these cooler temperatures comes the return of our marine layer.
We are anticipating a Santa Ana wind event late Sunday into Monday, but it won't be anything as strong as parts of the Bay Area, who saw wind gusts around 80 mph Saturday.
Here are the forecast gusts from our internal 1km fire weather focused wrf model. This is the best model data we have. The gray dots represent recent hotspots from the #KincadeFire. This data shows the strongest wind gusts (~80mph) developing near these hot spots. #cawx #cafire pic.twitter.com/PZnOFKUlxY— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) October 26, 2019
The wind event could be strong enough however, to create a wind advisory for our area.
Time to start digging out the jackets!