It was a nice and sunny Sunday for the Central Coast.
Many areas saw afternoon temperatures similar to Saturday afternoon.
A high pressure system will keep fairly warm weather across interior sections through Monday.
A cooling trend is expected Wednesday, with temperatures dropping a few degrees below normal.
Sundowner winds are expected to return to the western portion of southern Santa Barbara County Sunday night and Monday night, with strongest winds Monday night.
Both nights winds will be strongest in the Gaviota, Refugio areas with potentials for advisory level winds Monday.
Elevated fire weather this evening/Mon evening for western portions of Santa Ynez mtns/SBA south coast due to gusty sundowner winds. Wind gusts 25-35 mph this evening, increasing to 35-45 mph Mon evening, mainly west of San Marcos Pass. Photo by Stephen Coleman. #SBAWeather #cawx pic.twitter.com/KNR3X8Me3C— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) July 19, 2020
Across our outer waters, winds are increasing to Small Craft Advisory level and will remain elevated through Tuesday.
Strongest winds on the water are expected in the afternoon and evenings.
Night through morning low clouds and fog are expected to be confined to coastal areas over the next few days.
Have a great week!