An upper trough over The West has produced several days of below average temperatures and should continue to do so for a few more days before some warming develops, but nothing extreme (no triple digits).
The marine layer returns again tonight but should push back to the beaches by Wednesday afternoon, some beaches will not fully clear.
Wednesday we’ll see more highs in the upper 80s inland with coastal valleys in the low-70s to nearly 80, beaches in the 60s for the most part.
Stronger northwesterly winds develop Thursday thru the weekend.
More wind should help clear clouds from the coastline but I don’t see a lot of change in temps near the coast, inland temps will warm a little with recovering high pressure.
Models like another and stronger trough around the middle of next week for more mild to perhaps even cool weather developing.