After a pleasant Sunday, cooler weather, clouds and light rain are moving into Southern California over the next two days.
Los Angeles and Orange counties should see some cloud cover on Monday, with highs reaching 67 degrees and then a light drizzle arrives Tuesday morning in areas south of LA.
The valleys and Inland Empire will also see clouds Monday, with temperatures up to 68 degrees, with breezes and cooler weather on Tuesday.
Beaches will see clouds, with surf of 2-4 feet and high temperatures of 64 degrees, with some drizzle moving in Tuesday morning.
Mountain communities will see cooler temperatures, reaching 54 during the day and dipping to 28 overnight, with gusts up to 35 mph.
Deserts will see temperatures below 64 degrees on Monday, with gusts of 35 mph, and getting cooler and windier on Tuesday.
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