Windy conditions in the forecast could create some hazardous driving conditions for drivers headed to inland areas of Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo Counties.
The National Weather Service says a cold frontal boundary will bring gusty conditions to some parts of the region. They’re issuing a wind advisory from midnight tonight, to noon tomorrow.
The wind could be in the 25 to 40 mile an hour range, with gusts to 50 miles an hour. It could create hazardous driving conditions for people driving through open areas, like Highway 46 from Paso Robles, to the Kern County line, and Highway 166 between Santa Maria, and the Kern County line.