Sunny skies prevailed across the Central Coast Saturday, with temperatures around normal.

Northerly pressure gradients were rather strong, with some areas seeing gusts over 40 mph!

Click here for peak wind gusts recorded across southern California.

Wind advisories are in effect for the entire Central Coast, with one advisory for southern Santa Barbara County extending through 3 a.m. Sunday.

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These winds also come with the potentials for Sundowner winds in that area as well.

The rest of the Central Coast has wind advisories expiring at 10 p.m., however there are still chances of gusty NE winds that could affect the Santa Lucia Hills and mountains.

Gale force winds are expected through this evening out on the water.

A High Surf Advisory is also in place through Sunday morning.

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During this time there is potentials for local sets up to 16 feet.

Temperatures are expected to turn cooler Sunday by a few degrees as well.

Dry weather continues through Tuesday, then a chance of rain Tuesday night and Wednesday.

Have a great weekend!

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