LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California will see clear skies and average fall temperatures on Monday. But Santa Ana winds will return on Tuesday, warming up temperatures and increasing the fire risk.
Los Angeles and Orange counties will see a high around 73 degrees on Monday, warming up to 80 when the winds return Tuesday.
Similar conditions are expected for the valleys and the Inland Empire, where the high temperature will reach 76 degrees.
Beach communities will see a marine layer in the morning with a high of 68 by the afternoon.
The mountains will be cool but mostly sunny, reaching a high of 56 degrees during the daytime.
Deserts will see a high of 65 on Monday, dropping to 36 at night.
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