Monday’s SoCal Weather: Anticipated Sunshine and Cool Temperatures

The Los Angeles area is expected to see clear skies and average fall temperatures on Monday, according to ABC7. However, the region should brace for the return of Santa Ana winds on Tuesday, which will elevate temperatures and increase the risk of wildfires.

On Monday, Los Angeles and Orange counties will experience a high of around 73 degrees, but by Tuesday, temperatures are expected to warm up to 80 degrees with the return of the winds. Similar conditions are expected for the valleys and the Inland Empire, where the high temperature will reach 76 degrees.

Beach communities will experience a marine layer in the morning, with a high of 68 degrees by the afternoon. Meanwhile, the mountains will be cool but mostly sunny, reaching a high of 56 degrees during the daytime. Deserts will see a high of 65 on Monday, dropping to 36 at night.

Residents can stay updated on the weather by downloading the free ABC7 Los Angeles app, which offers weather alerts and live radar. The app can be downloaded for iOS and Android devices, and users can personalize it to receive push notifications for weather updates.

In addition, the free Accuweather app is available for iPhone and Android devices. Residents can also share their weather pictures and videos with #ABC7Eyewitness.

The 7-day forecasts for Los Angeles, Orange County, valleys, Inland Empire, beaches, mountains, and deserts are also available on the ABC7 website.

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