Saturday hosted warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine.
Several areas were over 10 degrees warmer than they were on Friday.
Temperatures are continuing to increase as we head into Sunday.
Our wind gusts were incredibly high Saturday, with some places seeing gusts over 50 miles per hour.
The winds have generated a high surf advisory and small craft advisory that ends Saturday night.
Gusty winds continue Sunday however, with chances of a Santa Ana wind event.
These strong winds and warm temperatures are creating fire weather concerns, prompting a fire weather warning for Ventura County.
A low pressure system is coming in later next week, bringing clouds, cooler temperatures, and even rain chances.
The National Weather Service does not predict San Luis Obispo County getting very much rain at all, but parts of Santa Barbara County may see .11 inches or less.
Winter is right around the corner!