An upper low is moving out of California, and trailing right behind it is a high-pressure system. As the upper low moves eastward, conditions for the area will still remain cloudy and cool. However, parts of the interior valleys could reach the low 70s Tuesday and the mid-70s by Wednesday.
Due to onshore flow, the coastal valleys and beaches will still be close to the low to upper 60s, with temperatures warming up by about five degrees by Wednesday.
The strong onshore flow could onset a wind advisory, but as of Tuesday morning, no advisories have been issued. Winds will be breezy by the afternoon and range from 10-20 miles per hour.
The second chance for rain this week falls on Friday with the opportunity for light, off and on rain through the end of the weekend.