LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) —  It was another warm day for Southern California but the clouds rolling in this evening are indicating some cooler weather.

It will only be slightly cooler with our daytime highs still remaining above average. There is a weak trough setting up along the west coast along with a dying cold front. These two features will bring drizzle to San Luis Obispo County and points north. However, it is a dry forecast here in the south.

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As we settle into the work week with temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s, there will virtually be no chance for any rainfall. We could get some gusty winds on Wednesday but that’s about it. It will be a relatively boring forecast.

Basin – mid 70s

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Beaches – upper 60s to low 70s

Valleys – mid to upper 70s

Deserts – mid 70s

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Mountains – upper 50s