Look for warm temperatures and poor air quality Monday following a night of Fourth of July fireworks.
Most inland areas will remain in the moderate to unhealthy range with some coastal areas still expecting good air quality Monday.
Forecasters are calling for warm afternoon highs Monday, with downtown Los Angeles expected reach about 91 degrees. A cooler high of 81 degrees is expected Tuesday.
Hazardous surf is expected along the Los Angeles and Orange County coasts, especially for the south facing beaches.
Beachgoers are warned to look out for strong rip currents and dangerous swimming conditions.
Surf forecast for L.A. County
- Rip current risk: High
- Surf height: 3 to 5 feet
- Water temperature: 66 to 68 Degrees
- Remarks: Mixed south swell and west swell
- Rip current risk: Moderate
- Surf height: 2 to 4 feet
- Remarks: Mixed west swell and south swell