It was a sunny and breezy Sunday for the Central Coast, helping temperatures not feel as warm as they were.
This weather pattern will continue into Monday, extending some of our advisories.
We have a Wind Advisory in southern Santa Barbara County that expires Monday at 6 a.m.
Gusts could be up to 50 mph!
Strongest winds are anticipated in the overnight hours for the Santa Ynez range.
We also have a Gale Warning covering much of our water waters, creating combined sea heights of 7-11 ft.
A Small Craft Advisory is hugging the coast.
Along with strong winds, a high pressure ridge is building up our temperatures.
There's a 5-10 degree difference in temperatures as we head into Monday.
Tuesday through Thursday, stronger northerly winds are expected along with much warmer temperatures.
Heat wave still on track for Tue-Fri, with Wed and Thu expected to be hottest days with possible records. Temps soaring to 90-100° for valleys, foothills, deserts, and portions of the coastal plain on Wed-Thu. #LAheat #SocalHEAT #LAWeather #cawx pic.twitter.com/BQbbXCqVvt— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) May 4, 2020
Record temperatures are possible by Thursday.
Stay safe out there!