Warm Southern California Sunshine Monday

October 15, 2012; 4:21 AM ET
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A warm, bright Southern California week is in the works as offshore breezes usher warm desert air right.

Monday, Los Angeles, San Diego and the other coastal communities will warm well into the 80s, whereas inland valleys will register readings above 90 degrees.

Even some beaches will show temperatures above the 80 degree mark.

A forecast downtown Los Angeles high of 86 degrees would be seven degrees above-normal for the date.

Continued off-shore wind flow and sunshine will bring further uptick in temperature to Southern California on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Highest inland valley readings will climb to between 95 and 100 degrees on Wednesday.

Despite some shaving of daytime highs late in the week, area temperatures should hold at or above-normal through at least Friday.


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