Posted: Aug 26, 2013 7:15 PM by Keli Moore, KSBY News
We woke up to low clouds throughout the coastal regions this morning and temperatures in the 50s.
There's a significant amount of subtropical moisture in the air making it feel muggy out.
Southern California is seeing a lot of thunderstorms and rain. A flash flood watch is in place for Ventura County and farther south in Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange, San Diego and Los Angeles counties.
Monday's highs ranged from the 60s along the coast, except for the southwesterly facing beaches (Cayucos, Avila Beach and Shell Beach) were a little warmer in the low 70s.
The coastal valleys were in the low 80s, while North County saw temps in the low 90s. Tuesday's temperatures should be similar.
By Thursday, temperature inland are expected be slightly above normal while temperatures on the coast should be typical for late in the summer.
Labor Day Weekend is expected to be mostly sunny with the warmest day being Saturday.
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