The cooling continues! Sunday brought much cooler temperatures for most of the county. Along the coast and inland, daytime highs dropped anywhere from 10-20 degrees. Deserts remained hot though, with temperatures well into the triple digits.
Monday, that cooling trend will continue. Coastal areas will return back to average, with highs in the 60s and into the lower 70s. Inland will see daytime highs in the 70s with some lower 80s. Deserts stay in the triple digits until the end of the work week.
Onshore flow will help pick winds up, especially in the afternoon. It will also help the return of the marine layer for the next few nights.
For anyone wanting to view the lunar eclipse, head inland! Coastal viewing could be impacted by low clouds, so inland areas will be the best chance for a clear view. The total eclipse begins at 8:29 p.m. and ends at 9:53 p.m. Sunday evening.
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