Saturday brought cloudy skies to Southern California. A disturbance brought some virga, which is when moisture falling from the sky evaporates before it hits the ground.
Sunday, skies will clear, making way for a beautiful day. Blue skies and mild temperatures will dominate the area, with 60s along the coast, lower 70s inland, upper 50s in the mountains and upper 70s in the deserts.
Another disturbance approaches Monday, increasing cloud coverage for Monday and Tuesday and also dropping temperatures.
By mid-week, skies will clear and temperatures will rebound into the weekend as a Santa Ana pattern returns.
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