Whew, it was another hot one again Sunday, with Paso Robles reaching a record high temperature of 114.
These hot conditions will continue through at least Thursday, along with very warm nights.
Onshore flow will be weakening, allowing for areas that cooled Sunday to be rebounding by several degrees Monday and even more so Tuesday.
Nighttime lows could be near record territory as well.
Thunderstorm chances in mountain areas and the Cuyama valley look similar each day, with some convection likely over the mountains and spilling over into interior areas.
While there are minimal chances of flash flooding, a new advisory being issued isn't completely ruled out.
There is also a slight chance of thunderstorms across the outer and central coast nearshore waters.
Any thunderstorm that forms will bring potential for strong gusty winds.
A tropical system off Mexico will begin to enter our area by Wednesday or Thursday, likely generating swells but keeping moisture away.
Stay safe out there!