Temperatures Monday are mild on the coasts in the upper 60s to mid 70s, but staying warm inland in the 80s.
Northeasterly winds are continuing in the Ventura County mountains with an advisory in place until 11:00 am. Elsewhere, winds are calming significantly from the weekend.
High pressure is building aloft with a ridge from the west. However, onshore flow will persist, keeping the night to morning marine layer across coasts and low valleys.
High pressure will continue building and onshore flow will weaken Tuesday. Temperatures will reach 6 to 12 degrees above normal by Wednesday, with most warming taking place in interior areas.
By Wednesday, the ridge will start flattening and temperatures will dip a little bit. Southwest flow will set in and the marine layer will start to deepen once again.
Temperatures cool a little more on Thursday with low pressure and change little through the weekend. Onshore winds may be gusty at times.