Chilly morning temperatures are sweeping over the area Tuesday morning. A frost advisory will remain in place through 9 a.m. Tuesday as temperatures reach the low 30s. A freeze watch will also go into effect for the inland valleys in San Luis Obispo County Wednesday through Friday at 10:00 a.m. During this time, morning temperatures could reach 26 degrees in the overnight and early morning hours.
Daytime highs will be about four to eight degrees cooler Tuesday. Daytime highs for the beaches will be right around the mid-60s and the coastal and interior valleys will range from the upper 60s to the mid-70s. Northwesterly winds will be moderate by the afternoon with wind speeds from 15-25 miles per hour. Another strong Santa Ana wind event is in the forecast Tuesday night for Southern California, which means wind gusts could potentially reach 60-70 mph.
As wildfires continue to burn in Northern and Southern California, an air quality alert will remain in place for the Central Coast through at least 11:00 a.m. The cold overnight and early morning temperatures aren't going anywhere, a freeze watch will remain in place from Wednesday morning through early Friday as temperatures could get as low as 26 degrees.