Southern California weather forecast Monday

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Some cloud coverage may accompany Monday's solar eclipse in some parts of the Southland. Overall, pleasant temps, mostly in the 70s, are in store.

A blanket of fog will cover the Southland on Monday morning after a marine layer moves into the region overnight.

The fog is expected to burn off in time for the highly anticipated solar eclipse, which will reach its zenith in Southern California at 10:21 a.m.

In Los Angeles and Orange counties, expect morning clouds to give way to afternoon sunshine. The high temperature will be 80 degrees and the low will be 67.

Hazy sunshine is on tap for the valleys and the Inland Empire, where the high will reach 87. The low temperature will be 59 degrees.

At the beaches, look for partly cloudy skies amid a high of 73 degrees. The low temperature will be 67.

A 20 percent chance of thunderstorms is forecasted in the mountain areas, where the high will be a brisk 73 degrees. The low temperature will drop to 45.

The deserts will also see a 20 percent chance of thunderstorms as the high temperature climbs to 94. The low will be 64 degrees.

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