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Temperatures Will Reach The 70s and 80s This Week Before Dropping Back Down

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After a cold spell last week, warmer weather is expected Sunday. Experts predict temperatures will be around 70 degrees at the beaches and in the mid- to upper-70s inland, with a bit of a breeze.

A high surf and dangerous rip currents are also expected on the coast, and experts advise steering clear of the water's edge.

David Sweet, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said it’s going to continue to heat up on Monday and Tuesday.

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“[We’re expecting] highs in the upper 70s to mid-80s,” he said. “Maybe even a few upper 80s downtown. So very warm, spring-like weather.”

By the end of the week, things will likely start to cool off again, with temperatures in the high 60s.

Just last week, Southern California faced near-freezing temperatures, and the coldest storm of the season.

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