A ridge of high pressure will continue to build over Southern California, leading to sunny skies and warm temps. Monday morning will begin with areas of patchy fog gradually clearing to a sunny afternoon. Daytime highs along the coast and interior valleys will warm to above average temps in the upper 60s to low 70s.
A High Surf Advisory will be in effect for the Central Coast until Tuesday morning. With high tide ranging from 7 to 10 FT. leading to an increased risk to ocean drowning. The warming trend will continue for the work week with breezy to gusty northern winds.
The warmest day this week is expected to be Thursday with many areas warming to 80 degrees, well above average. Increasing clouds can be expected for the end of the work week. With a slight chance for showers on Sunday.