It was another gorgeous day on the Central Coast Sunday, with limited clouds and lots of sunshine.
Warm and dry conditions continue into Monday, before temperatures turn cooler Tuesday into Wednesday.
The dry conditions bring added concern for fire danger as our relative humidites remain low in the afternoon hours.
Our fire concerns don't end there - the National Weather Service is predicting a Santa Ana wind event developing on Thursday.
These winds add dry air to the area, which could spread fires easily.
A low pressure system develops off Monterey Bay Monday night into Tuesday, producing winds 8-24 mph, bringing cooler temperatures and our marine layer back to the area.
Strong to gale force winds are forecasted later Wednesday, with winds potentially 23-38 mph.
Enjoy the calm weather while it lasts!