A strong high pressure system continues to bring hot temperatures, very low humidities and locally breezy onshore winds over interior sections.
Temperatures continued to remain above "normal" Sunday, in a pattern that will be sticking around through Monday.
Interior areas will continue to see temperatures around 95-107 degrees, with minimum humidities 5-15%.
Monday will be another hot day inland and likely include advisory level winds Monday night and again Tuesday evening.
Gusty sundowner winds are expected in southern Santa Barbara County through Tuesday night across western portions.
Winds are expected to grow in strength each night.
Small Craft Advisory level winds will continue through at least Friday for our outer waters, with winds strongest in the afternoon and evening hours.
Closer to the shoreline, advisory level winds are expected through Wednesday.
A cooling trend is a expected Tuesday through Thursday along with an increase in night through morning low clouds and fog extending into the valleys.
Stay safe out there!