It was a warm and sunny afternoon for this Fourth of July.
Temperatures in many areas skyrocketed from Friday afternoon and that warming trend will continue again Sunday.
Inland areas could be 4-10 degrees above normal.
The marine layer will be limited to a few coastal areas through Monday, allowing for plenty of sunshine over the next few days.
The big story continues to be the dangerous wave pattern we're seeing out on the water.
Surf could be 8-11 feet on exposed Central Coast beaches.
Evening high tides will be quite high both Saturday and Sunday nights, between 6.5-7 feet.
High tide is expected from 8:15p.m.-9 p.m. Saturday and 9p.m.-9:45p.m. Sunday night.
Throughout the day the threat of rip currents and breaking waves continues, making for some very dangerous conditions.
A High Surf Advisory and Small Craft advisory has been issued for areas around the coast.
A Gale Warning has been issued for our outer waters.
The waves aren't our only concern for Sunday however, the high temperatures and gusty sundowner winds Sunday night could make for some dangerous fire weather conditions.
Stay safe out there!