Onshore winds will be strong at times during the afternoons into early next week. Night and morning clouds and fog will form most nights at the beaches and near coastal valleys. All of this will keep temps mild.
Inland valleys will cool into mid-week before warming back into the 90s just before the weekend. Beaches will see 60s for the balance of the week with coastal valleys in the 70s.
Early next week we could warm a bit but level off thru mid-week.
After that we could see potential muggy air sneak into CA at the end of next week from potential tropical activity brewing south of the Baja. Currently i think conditions are favorable for the first named tropical storm for the Pacific. "Aletta" would be the name. Right now models show rapid intensification thru the weekend before it drifts north and runs into cooler waters and fades but its remnants and other tropical air could get drawn into the SW late next week for muggy conditions. This far out it is just interesting to watch.