It was quite the blustery day on the Central Coast, as many areas saw strong wind gusts over 20 mph!
Because of these strong winds, several advisories have been issued including a gale warning and small craft advisory.
With these strong winds, seas can be over 10 feet through Sunday!
The hazardous sea conditions don't stop there - there's possibilities of strong rip currents and minor coastal flooding, with high tides over 6 ft in some areas.
Showers and snow are possible Saturday night into Sunday morning.
A winter weather advisory has been issued for the LA and Ventura County mountain areas, where snow levels are dropping.
This low pressure system is also bringing along cooler temperatures Sunday, with some warming Monday and Tuesday.
Dry gusty Santa Ana winds are anticipated Monday and Tuesday, with storms possible Wednesday night into Thursday.
Hold onto your hats!