It's a cooler afternoon with marine layer clouds gradually clearing. Highs will top out 3 to 7 degrees cooler than yesterday away from the coast with a sun and clouds mix and uneven clearing at the beaches.
It will be windy in the mountains and deserts with a Wind Advisory in place there from 2pm through 3am Tuesday. Expect gusts of 35 to 50 mph with isolated gusts as high as 65 mph possible.
TheBeach Hazard Statement issued on Friday has been extended through 8pm for waves of 3 to 7 feet along with dangerous rip currents. If you go in the water be sure to swim near a lifeguard.
Marine layer clouds will build tonight with patchy fog and maybe even a few sprinkles to drizzle possible by morning. We'll see better clearing tomorrow with much faster clearing on Wednesday when a shallower marine layer forms.
Warmer weather with more sunshine will be the trend midweek into the weekend with 70s at the coast and 80s inland.
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10News Pinpoint Weather Meteorologist Megan Parry. Follow me on Twitter @10NewsParry