Conditions are much calmer Monday and temperatures are slightly above average. Most areas will be in the upper 60s to low 70s.
Weak offshore flow will keep skies mostly clear. A weak ridge will warm most of the region by a couple of degrees, except beaches.
Offshore flow will continue Tuesday. An upper low off the coast will cool the Central Coast by a couple of degrees. Areas further east will continue a warming trend.
Clouds will increase Wednesday as the upper low bounces back up from the south. There is a slight chance of afternoon rain south of Point Conception, mainly in Ventura County.
Thursday will be dry under a developing ridge of high pressure. The ridge will continue building Friday with some warming.
Another cutoff low will sweep through Saturday. This system is bringing a better chance of rain across the region. Conditions dry out again Sunday under southwest flow.