SoCal forecast: Marine layer clouds clearing out for breezy start to workweek

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Those marine layer clouds slowly cleared out making way for some breezy, May-like weather to start the workweek in Southern California.

Los Angeles and Orange counties will see a high of 70 degrees Monday with overnight lows falling to 56 degrees.

The valleys and Inland Empire will see temperature highs reach 84 degrees on Monday amid partly cloudy and breezy conditions. Temperatures will drop to 55 degrees at night.

Beaches will see temperatures climb to 68 degrees Monday, with overnight lows in the upper 50s.

Mountain communities on Monday will reach a high of 75 degrees amid mostly sunny and breezy conditions. Temperatures fall to 42 degrees at night.

Deserts will stay hot with windy conditions as a high of 91 degrees is expected Monday. Temperatures fall to 57 degrees at night.

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