Temperatures are continuing to shift downward through Monday, making some areas nearly 20 degrees cooler than they were on Saturday.
Along with the cooler temperatures are some low clouds and fog, with even chances of rain in some areas.
Winds are creating two different small craft advisories, one mostly in Santa Barbara County that expires on Wednesday morning and another, mostly in San Luis Obispo County that expires Monday morning.
There is also the potential for sundowner winds Monday afternoon.
Our wave heights are potentially going to be changing as Hurricane Kiko gets closer.
The Category 4 hurricane could elevate surf heights to 3-5 ft with the potentials for rip currents by Tuesday.
Temperatures will warm up a bit Tuesday into Wednesday, before cooling back off.
This week marks our first preview of autumn weather. Enjoy a break from the heat!