Monday will be sunny ahead of increasing marine layer Tuesday

Posted at 5:15 AM, Oct 08, 2018

There’s not too much that will be different from Sunday’s forecast, other than temperatures will be slightly cooler on Monday.

Daytime highs for the interior valleys will mostly range from the upper 70s to low 80s with little to no cloud coverage. The coastal valleys will have temperatures still in the 70s, and the beaches will range from the upper 60s to low 70s.

Most of the Central Coast will have plenty of sunshine on Monday, however, Santa Barbara County’s south coast could see some cloud cover in the morning or afternoon hours. Those cloudy conditions are being pushed from Los Angeles and Ventura Counties and could create some patchy fog for the south coast.

Looking ahead to Tuesday, as low pressure starts digging into Northern California Tuesday, marine layer will become more widespread in the overnight and morning hours. As a result, expect drizzle Monday night into Tuesday morning.