A strengthening onshore flow continues to keep us under a quiet weather pattern. Temperatures have continued to cool from our heat wave of last week. More fog will develop along the coast as late season storms continue to push inland well to our north.
For Monday, look for patchy fog along the coast with good clearing expected for most beaches. Some lingering fog is possible along the coast and this will help to keep temperatures seasonal. However, inland areas can expect ample sunshine and another warm day with highs in the upper 70's and very low 80's.
Looking ahead, breezy and even gusty northerly winds are possible as late season storms push inland to our north. We will need to keep an eye things and possibly issue wind advisories by Tuesday or Wednesday, especially for the Santa Barbara South Coast. Temperature wise, the marine layer will keep us under mild conditions through Tuesday. With the expected arrival of more northerly winds, temperatures will likely go up where those winds blow toward the sea...Santa Barbara South Coast! More widespread warming is possible by late next week because we may see yet another Santa Ana develop across Southern California!...Stay tuned!