Sunny skies and a warm start to Fall will be on tap across the South Coast on Tuesday, where daytime highs will range from the upper 70s to mid 80s. For the Central Coast and Ventura County, areas of fog will be possible during the morning hours followed by plenty of afternoon sunshine. Overall, it will be a warmer and sunnier day as high pressure builds overhead. The valleys will be the warmest...with inland locales soaring into the upper 80s to lower 90s.
This latest warm spell is expected to peak on Wednesday. Late this week, we'll see a cooling trend as a trough of low pressure develops along the northwest coastline. This trough will bring a cold front into northern California, but the rain associated with this front is expected to fizzle out well before reaching our area. However the cooler temps associated with the trough will stick around through the weekend before another warm spell develops early next week.