Southern California weather forecast Tuesday

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Surf's up! A high-surf advisory will remain in effect on Tuesday as conditions become slightly colder throughout Southern California.

Southland temperatures will dip slightly on Tuesday as a high-pressure system makes its way out of the region.

In Los Angeles and Orange counties, morning fog will give way to near-normal temperatures for this time of year. The high will be 70 degrees and the low will be 52.

Conditions will be mostly cloudy in the valleys and the Inland Empire, where the high will be 73 degrees. The low temperature will be 48.

Morning fog will burn off amid good air quality and 7- to 10-foot waves at the beaches. The high temperature will be 65 and the low will be 53 degrees. A high-surf advisory is in effect until 6 a.m. Thursday.

In the mountain areas, look for mostly cloudy skies and a high of 56 degrees. The low temperature will drop to 31.

Winds of 10- to 20-mph are expected in the high desert, along with a high temperature of 68 degrees. The low will be 39 amid good air quality.

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