It was a warm and windy day for much of the Central Coast.
Many areas saw wind gusts over 20 mph.
These strong winds will be continuing overnight, focused primarily across western portions of the Santa Barbara County south coast.
Areas from Gaviota to Goleta, including the Santa Ynez mountain range could see gusts upwards of 50 mph.
A wind advisory has been issued for these areas that expires Sunday at 3 a.m.
Gusty sundowner winds are also expected to develop across southern Santa Barbara County late Saturday night as well.
Yet another night of gusty #Sundowner winds along the SBA S Coast late this afternoon and tonight. N Gusts 35-50 mph expected. Use caution driving in areas with strong cross winds! #SoCal #CAwx #SBAweather pic.twitter.com/8UywWfUo5H— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) May 16, 2020
An increasing onshore flow brings a return of night and morning low clouds through Sunday.
A weak cold front will bring cooler conditions with light rain likely Sunday night and Monday.
Rainfall totals so far appear to be under .10".
A cool, unstable air mass will keep a threat of showers across interior sections through Tuesday.
Stay safe out there!