Temperatures are cooling down in SoCal on Monday

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Temperatures are cooling down in Southern California at the start of the week, with temperatures in the 70s and 80s for most regions.

Los Angeles and Orange counties will have some morning clouds amid sunny conditions Monday, with temperatures climbing to 75. Overnight temperatures dip to 57 degrees.

The valleys and Inland Empire will remain hot on Monday with partly cloudy and breezy conditions. Temperature highs will reach 85 degrees. Overnight lows will fall to 60 degrees.

Beaches will start out with some morning fog on Monday, but will get a temperature high of 68 degrees. Overnight lows will drop to 57 degrees.

Mountain communities will be mostly sunny and breeze Monday, with a temperature high of 75 degrees. Overnight temperatures will fall to 39 degrees.

Deserts will be hot on Monday. Temperatures will reach 90 degrees during the day, and fall to 58 degrees at night.

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