Temperatures are expected to warm up following a cold front that dropped temperatures to the low 60s, according to forecasters with the National Weather Service.
The high temperature Monday will be around 74 degrees but will likely reach 80 by Tuesday. A high of 89 degrees is expected on Thursday. Low temperatures the rest of the week will likely be around the mid to high 60s.
This week is expected to be clear with sunny skies, minus a few nights of partly cloudy skies on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.
The National Weather Service has a issued a hazardous weather outlook regarding the moderate risk for rip currents in effect through Monday night.
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