Light showers sprinkled the Southland on Monday as temperatures reached unseasonably cool levels.
In Los Angeles, the high was listed at 72 degrees with a low of 60. Humidity reach 74 percent, and light showers were reported in the area. On Monday night, a 20 percent chance of showers was expected, with a low around 57, according to the National Weather Service.
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One-tenth of an inch of rain was expected in most areas, with one-quarter in the foothills.
The cool weather was expected to continue through mid-week, with a 30 percent of rain on Tuesday and Wednesday, according to the Weather Channel.
This week's weather is a welcomed cool down in some areas, as records were met or broken last week. On Sept. 27, downtown Los Angeles recorded an all-time record high of 113 degrees. Long Beach tied a record set in 1961 with high temperatures reaching 111 degrees.