Another gorgeous day for the Central Coast Wednesday, with sunshine and warm temperatures in the afternoon.
While temperatures are above normal, they are not as warm as record temperatures have been in the past.
Temperatures are going to start to rise Thursday, with some areas 5 degrees warmer than they were Wednesday.
Strong winds are still of concern as several areas are still seeing gusts over 35 mph.
In southern Santa Barbara County, the High Wind Warning was canceled and a Wind Advisory has been issued until 10 pm.
Gusts in this area could be up to 50 mph with the strongest gusts near the Montecito Hills.
Our High Surf Advisory continues with peak surf Thursday afternoon into Thursday night.
Wave heights can be 10-13 ft during this time.
We are anticipating dry, mostly clear skies Thursday, except for dense ground fog in our inland valleys.
A cold front is coming in Sunday, creating partly to mostly cloud skies and much cooler temperatures.
A shift towards wet weather may develop by February 11th.
Enjoy the break from the cold while it lasts!