It was a windy and sunny Saturday for the Central Coast, with some areas seeing gusts over 35 mph Saturday afternoon.
Gusty west to northwest winds are expected across the Central Coast Saturday night into Sunday, with cool evening temperatures.
Sunday night and Monday winds shift to north, northeast and begin to increase as conditions warm and dry.
Wind gusts will remain at advisory level through Sunday, with strongest winds in the afternoon and evening hours.
There are potentials for some gusts around 60 mph in the hills above Montecito.
We also are beginning a warming trend through Tuesday in which many areas will be 10-20 degrees warmer than they are now.
This combination has created great concern for fire weather dangers.
Stay safe and make sure you have a go bag packed!
#Sundowner winds gusting 40-50 mph across wind prone areas of southern SBA County Sun night-early Mon morning with Fire Weather Watch in effect! Isolated gusts up to 60 mph possible near Montecito Hills. Humidities lowering into the teens and 20's. #SBAWeather #cawx #Socal pic.twitter.com/ZovvnE0PNb— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) June 7, 2020