LOS ANGELES (KABC) --A marine layer will continue to push its way into the Southland's coastal areas on Tuesday, resulting in a drop in temperatures in L.A. and Orange counties as sweltering conditions persist in the Inland Empire.
Los Angeles County and OC residents can expect morning fog that will give way to sunny skies. The high will climb to 79 degrees. The low temperature will be 59.
In the valleys and the I.E., look for hot, summer-like conditions as the high temperature reaches 92 degrees. The low will drop to 56.
Morning clouds and fog will burn off later at the beaches, where the afternoon will be marked by sunshine. The high will be 70. The low temperature will be 59 degrees.
The mountains will see sunny and warm conditions, including a high of 76. The low temperature will plummet to a frigid 38 degrees.
A day of sunshine is on tap for deserts, where the high temperature will be 96 degrees. The low will be 61.
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