Wednesday started off really chilly for the Central Coast before warming up to a very enjoyable afternoon.
Our cold mornings are going to continue for the rest of the week, prompting the issuing of several advisories.
A frost advisory has been issued through Thursday morning for parts of Santa Barbara County, as temperatures between 32-36 degrees are anticipated.
A freeze warning has been issued for parts of San Luis Obispo County through Friday morning, as temperatures are expected to dip below 30 degrees.
Our strong winds are starting to taper off as we head into Thursday afternoon, as the Santa Ana wind event comes to an end.
While this lessens some of our fire concerns, relative humidities for much of Southern California are still very low, meaning a fire can spread very easily.
Temperatures are expected to fall rapidly Thursday, making for a chilly Halloween night.
Perhaps try a costume with long sleeves!