Saturday was a pretty nice summer day for much of the Central Coast as several areas saw sunshine throughout the afternoon, while our coastal areas were pretty socked in by the marine layer.
Temperatures are continuing to warm, with several areas around five degrees warmer than Friday afternoon.
This trend will continue again Sunday, bringing temperatures near normal for this time of year.
Unfortunately for mountain and valley areas, that means daytime temperatures between 90-100 degrees.
Our onshore flow is going to be the weakest Sunday, meaning more marine layer and fog.
Low clouds and fog will persist over coastal sections, lowering visibility at times.
Our seas are remaining below Small Craft Advisory levels through Tuesday.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!