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Tropical moisture begins to move out of San Diego area

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SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The weather will remain warm Monday across San Diego County, before a bout of cooler weather moves into the area this week.

Temperatures will begin dropping Tuesday, with significant cooling expected Wednesday and the second half of the week.

Low pressure off the coast of California will continue to bring tropical moisture to the region. Patchy clouds and fog is expected along the coast Monday morning, while the mountains and deserts could get rain and thunderstorms. The chance of thunderstorms will diminish as the week progresses, but a dense marine layer will return each morning and evening through mid-week. 

Temperatures Monday will be about average for this time of year. High temperatures will be 75 to 80 degrees at the beaches, 82 to 87 inland, 84 to 89 in the western valleys, 88 to 93 near the foothills, 85 to 91 in the mountains and 101 to 106 in the deserts. 

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