The warm weather continues Labor Day as triple-digit temperatures are in the forecast for most inland valley communities Monday.
The extended forecast shows temperatures in the low 100s through Tuesday before conditions start to cool slightly by the end of the week.
Some patchy fog is filling in over the coastal valleys Monday morning which could produce dense fog in some areas throughout the morning commute. By the afternoon, daytime highs for the coastal valleys will also be on the warmer side and from the upper-70s to the mid-80s.
At the coast, there will be some patchy fog throughout the morning before the coastline is completely clear by early afternoon. The beaches will have favorable weather with daytime highs from the mid-60s to the mid-70s.
While it won't directly impact the Central Coast, a flash flood watch is in place for the mountains and foothills of Ventura County from noon to 8 p.m. An upper-level system moving out of Arizona could result in a chance of thunderstorms, but those chances will diminish as the system moves westward.