It will be a chilly morning throughout the morning drive as temperatures dip to the upper 30s over inland valleys and mid-40s across some coastal valleys. It really doesn't start to warm up until 11:00 a.m. when temperatures begin to reach the upper 60s for coastal regions.
Aside from the cooler start, skies are expected to be mostly clear throughout most of Tuesday.
Northeasterly winds are expected to range from 15-25 miles per hour and stay within that range through Thursday. At the same time, temperatures are going to trend up slightly across valley locations, but only be five to 10 degrees. Daytime highs across the inland and coastal valleys will range from the low to upper 70s Tuesday, while the beaches will stay closer to the mid to upper 60s.
Southern California will continue to experience a strong Santa Ana wind event Tuesday, although conditions are expected to trend down from the intense winds from Monday. Across Los Angeles County, wind speeds could still reach 60-65 mph, while winds in Orange County will range from 50-60 mph.
By the end of the week, northwesterly winds will return to the Central Coast, which means the marine layer will have a chance to redevelop.