After an above-average weekend, warm temperatures continue into the early part of this upcoming week.
Coastal areas will stay in the lower to mid-70s through Thursday, then drop down to the upper 60s starting next Saturday. Upper 60s are normal for this time of year. Inland valleys will see lower 80s for a few more days before dropping into the 70s by the end of the workweek.
The marine layer piled in Sunday evening but mostly stayed along the coast. This could repeat again through the next few nights.
No rain is expected in the next week, but there could be some activity possible in the extended forecast. For the time being, fire risk remains elevated because of dry conditions after a lengthy dry spell.
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