Showers will linger until around 10pm tonight, then drier but still cool on Tuesday.
Accumulations have ranged from 0.10 to .29" from the coast to our inland valleys. The strong gusty winds today will begin to subside as the cold front moves away.
Tuesday will be a cool day with temperatures ranging 5 to 10 degrees below normal with mostly sunny skies. The winds will stay breezy in the mountains and deserts with winds ranging from 20 to 35 mph from the west.
A high surf advisory will remain in effect until 3am Wednesday. Waves will range from 5 to 8 feet, with sets to 10 feet.
The winds will turn out of the east-northeast, with Santa Ana conditions. Temperatures will heat up with 80s possible near the coast, and 90s in our inland communities. The mountains will return to the 70s, and deserts will stay close to 90 degrees on Thursday and Friday.
The marine layer and onshore flow will be back in time for Halloween Weekend, temperatures will be closer to normal with 70s from the coast to the valleys.
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