November is off to a cool start. Temperatures will trend on the cooler side for another day on Tuesday, but a slight warm up will begin midweek.
A strong onshore flow will continue, with a deepen marine layer spreading clouds overnight into early morning. Storms to our north are helping to keep the cool weather in place on Tuesday.
Heading into the middle of the week, a slight warming trend will begin. It will be gradual and subtle, bringing temperatures up a few degrees Wednesday. Inland communities could reach 80 degrees Thursday through Saturday.
Coastal communities won't see much of a chance temperature wise, but the marine layer will weaken as high pressure develops with more sunshine Friday into the weekend.
No rain is in the forecast for the next 7days in Southern California, but storms will continue impacting the Pacific Northwest.
Don't forget this weekend Daylight Saving Ends, giving us an extra hour of sleep, but a much earlier sunset.
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