It was another warm day across the Central Coast Saturday, continuing our elevated fire conditions.
Relative humidities were very low Saturday afternoon and breezy offshore winds made for a dangerous combination.
Things are going to be changing overnight however, as a cooling trend is on the way.
A weak upper level trough of low pressure is pushing through California, changing our winds to a moist, onshore flow.
This system will bring our temperatures below normal through at least Monday.
Temperatures in the evening hours will be close to freezing in some areas!
Time to bring out a jacket!