It was a mostly sunny day today but the smoke layer precluded the view for many communities across the Central Coast.
Our air quality warning has been extended into Monday as air quality remains moderate to poor for some communities.
Click here for information on air quality in Santa Barbara County.
Click here for information on air quality in San Luis Obispo County.
Temperatures cooled today with some areas over 10 degrees cooler than Friday afternoon.
Increasing onshore flow is helping lower temperatures through Tuesday, but temperatures will still remain above normal until then.
Overnight through morning low clouds and fog will likely return to many coastal areas, with the slight chance of rain by next weekend.
A Small Craft Advisory has been issued for the coastline and outer waters as a south swell generated by Hurricane Maria impacts the outer waters.
That system is currently 1200 miles from Los Angeles but it could still bring the possibility of rip currents our way.
During these warm temperatures, it's important to remember to stay hydrated and possibly schedule events in the morning before temperatures reach their afternoon high.
Stay safe out there!