The strong ridge of high pressure which drove record-breaking heat in much of California over the weekend has weakened and as a result low clouds are back at the beaches and they'll move into the coastal valleys again tonight only to retreat back to the beach line again tomorrow.
This will be the pattern all week at the coast. Highs in the 60s at the beaches with 70s in the coastal valleys will be common.
Inland temps were blazing over the weekend, Paso Robles hit 108 on Sunday (109 was the record high). Huge cool down today and more cooling Tuesday where lower 80s are on tap. Low to mid 90s are average temps in the interior this time of year. Tuesday looks like the coolest day inland with slow warming into the upcoming weekend, but only back to the lower 90s.
We'll have to watch for some potential higher humidity levels Wednesday and Thursday, leftovers from tropical Pacific storms.