Temperatures are dropping a tad on the coast Monday with most areas staying in the 70s. The interior, however, is warming by a couple degrees in the 80s and 90s.
Onshore flow is increasing and the marine layer will be more consistent in coastal areas. It will eventually burn off to sunnier skies.
With Tropical Storm Frank to the south-southwest of Point Conception, mid and upper-level clouds will steadily stream across our region through the day. Rainfall is not expected for us.
A beach hazards statement is in effect for the Ventura coast with breaking waves up to 6 feet, plus stronger rip currents.
All eyes are on the end of the week with the possibility of more monsoon activity as flow moves southeasterly. The window is open between Thursday and Sunday with a slight chance of rain in our region.
With instability of monsoon weather makes the timing and trajectory a bit on the iffy side, but rainfall chances are looking good to the south and east of our region in LA County. Thunderstorms are a possibility as well and humidity will increase.
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