It was another toasty afternoon for the Central Coast Saturday.
Santa Barbara broke a record from 2014, reaching 90 degrees Saturday.
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Offshore pressure gradients contributed to gusty winds Saturday. These gusty winds are expected to continue Saturday night into Sunday morning.
A damaging wind event is expected Monday night and Tuesday in Ventura and LA Counties. Gusts during this time can be 70-80 mph!
These strong winds along with the dry, warm conditions have generated fire weather concerns.
The Red Flag Warning for much of southern California expires Saturday night, however the warm weather won't be going anywhere.
Temperatures are expected to be a few degrees cooler Sunday, but still 10-20 degrees or more above normal.
In fact, the hottest spot in the continental U.S. will be somewhere in Southern California.
More high surf is on the way as a large swell comes in Saturday night, with a second large swell expected on Monday.
There is a forty percent chance that a High Surf Warning will be needed for the Central Coast on Monday as dangerous surf could exceed 20 feet.
Dangerous rip currents will continue for the next several days. Do your best to know your skill level before going out on the water.
A Small Craft Advisory has been issued for our outer waters. There is a 30 percent chance of gale winds again Monday night and Tuesday. Mariners should use extra caution crossing the Morro Bay Harbor entrance through Monday.
Mostly sunny skies with a few high clouds will continue for the next few days.
Have a great weekend!