It was a nice day for much of the Central Coast Saturday, with several areas seeing temperatures in the low 70's.
Some communities had some pretty strong wind gusts, with more strong gusts on the way.
Gusts 25-40 mph are expected across mountain areas and wind prone valleys through Monday, with isolated gusts up to 45 mph in places like the Montecito Hills.
Increasing offshore flow and warming temperatures are increasing our fire weather concerns for the next few days.
I know it rained a little but dry conditions remain and unfortunately fire season is not over. Elevated to brief critical fire weather today for the mtns & valleys, becoming widespread Sun night. Use caution while driving and avoid creating sparks! #cawind #firewx #socal #cawx pic.twitter.com/46P0JH27n6— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) November 14, 2020
There also are some dangers out on the water as well.
High astronomical tides can produces minor tidal overflows this weekend, potentially in areas like beach parking lots and harbor walkways.
Surfs heights can be 6-10 feet during this time.
A low pressure trough will bring cooling to the region on Tuesday with a slight chance of rain.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!