High-pressure building to our north will bring the first Santa Ana of the season through the end of the week. Lack of cold air advection will keep winds to a minimum with gusts to around 40 mph possible through the usual locations below passes and canyons. Expect sunny skies into Wednesday with slightly warmer temperatures as highs climb into the mid 60's. East to northeast winds 10-20 mph with gusts near 25 mph possible. mainly west. Fair and warmer Thursday and Friday as daytime highs reach the lower 70's, while overnight lows generally cool to the 30's, continued breezy at times. High pressure will drop south and weaken over the weekend as the onshore flow gradually returns. Temperatures will remain a little above average, cooling next week as a trough deepens along the west coast with no rain or snow in sight.