It was a toasty afternoon for many areas across the Central Coast Saturday.
Some areas saw a rise of 4-15 degrees from Friday in the afternoon.
Temperatures are remaining above normal through Monday, with minimal marine layer clouds and fog, before cooling trends begin Tuesday.
Elevated fire conditions continue for the next few days as temperatures continue to rise and humidities lower.
A Heat Advisory for inland areas and valleys in both San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties has been issued until 9 p.m. Sunday night.
Gusty sundowner winds are expected in Santa Barbara County through Tuesday night.
Small Craft Advisory level winds will continue through at least Wednesday, with strongest winds during the evenings and afternoons.
Weakening high pressure will drop temperatures below normal for latter half of the week and low clouds and fog will push into valleys each night.
Stay safe out there!