Monday afternoon topped out in the upper 70's and low 80's for all but the coast, whose Easterly breezes kept afternoon temperatures in the mid 70's.  Abundant sunshine during the morning hours made for a rapid warm up.  Partly sunny skies prevailed for the afternoon hours, and light Easterly breezes ranged from 5-10mph.  

Monday evening, the winds became calm after sunset.  Temperatures fell slowly, under partly cloudy skies, into the cool mid 50's by sunrise.  Patchy fog formed after midnight and persisted through 8:00am, before mixing out as the temperatures climbed.  

Under partly sunny skies, the temperatures reached 70° by the lunch hour, and continued to climb into the low 80's for an afternoon high.  Breezy conditions, especially in the coastal areas kept the beaches in the mid 70's for an afternoon high.  Winds were out of the Southeast, in between 10 and 15mph.

Tuesday evening, patchy fog is possible only if the winds calm down, which is anticipated, especially close to dawn.  Gorgeous, sunny, and warm weather continues until the end of the workweek.