It's a chilly start to the last day of November as morning lows dip to 32 degrees across Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties. It's likely that there will be frost development for coastal regions between San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties as a frost advisory was put into effect Monday morning until 9 o'clock.
After the advisory expires, temperatures will, in some cases, be above average. San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara will both likely reach the upper 70s, making both areas nearly 10 degrees above average temperatures for this time of the year. Along the coast, temperatures will range from the mid-to-upper 60s while the inland valleys will vary and be between the mid-60s and upper 70s.
Northerly winds will continue to be a factor as well, increasing Monday afternoon and well into Monday night. These wind conditions will help keep skies clear but also increase fire risk as dry conditions remain in the forecast. It's possible that areas along the south coast region will need to be put under a wind advisory as a result.