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Cooler temperatures, chance of showers Monday

October 24, 2011 |  8:49 am

A low-pressure system has brought the possibility of rain and lower temperatures to begin the workweek, the National Weather Service said Monday.

There's a slight chance of showers from Los Angeles County down to San Diego, and highs could range from the mid- to upper 60s along coastal areas to the mid-70s inland, said David Sweet, a National Weather Service meteorologist.

Sweet said to expect mostly cloudy conditions and fog through Tuesday. The moist, foggy conditions will give way Tuesday to a breeze and sunny skies through the weekend. Temperatures will warm up through the week, with highs of upper 70s to the mid-80s across the region by Friday.

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