Fog, drizzle and some rain have turned the region very damp Saturday morning under what the National Weather Service says is a typical June cloud pattern over the coasts and valleys.
A marine layer will help to keep temperatures down Tuesday, hovering at or slightly below average in the upper 60s to low 70s.
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Temperatures will once again shoot above average Monday by several degrees, and the off-shore flow is helping to keep us dry and sunny.
The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for parts of Southern California as a result of heightened fire weather conditions.
The marine layer running a little thicker than Friday morning. In fact, it has been able to penetrate all the way inland to the Santa Clarita Valley.
Firefighters battled a major fire that ripped through a Van Nuys thrift store and threatened to spread to neighboring businesses Wednesday night.
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It will be a cool and cloudy start to your Monday, as a thickened marine layer may bring patchy drizzle.