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As clouds build overnight, we will be starting the day Monday with mostly cloudy skies for your morning commute. A much more humid feel to the air will also be present with dewpoints in the upper 60s. Temperatures will quickly be rising to the low 80s by around noontime.

Monday afternoon will be warm and muggy with high temps expected to reach the upper 80s. The chance for scattered showers will also increase as we head towards the evening with an isolated thunderstorm possible as well. Any showers or storms that pass through are expected to be brief and localized.

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Beach weather on Monday is expected to be partly sunny with mixed clouds and sun throughout the day.

Higher humidity Monday will lead to a more comfy mid-week with much lower dew points.


Tropical Storm Hilary, which has already made landfall in the northern Baja Peninsula in Mexico, is now impacting southern California and the southwestern US with catastrophic flooding expected. This is a landmark occasion as this area of the country rarely sees tropical systems of this magnitude.

Closer to home, in the Atlantic, activity has picked up with now two named tropical storms. Emily and Franklin were both named this afternoon with eyes also on Tropical Depression Six for further development.

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