Hot temperatures are continuing to roast the Central Coast, as many areas were over 90 degrees Wednesday.
Interestingly however, temperatures are cooler than yesterday - even though they don't really feel like it.
A heat advisory has been issued as temperatures continue to climb, with some valley areas expected to reach over 100 degrees Thursday.
These temperatures create critical fire weather conditions as relative humidites are very low as well.
A Santa Ana wind event develops before dawn on Thursday, creating winds up to gale force level in the Ventura, Malibu, and Channel Islands.
Our winds are staying around or below 20 miles per hour, but we still have a small craft advisory.
Seas are expected to be choppy for the next several days because of these wind events.
We're expected to finally get a reprieve from the heat Saturday and continue to cool into next week.
Until then - try not to melt!