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Patrick Evans

Patrick Evans is the News Channel 3’s morning and noon meteorologist, and Host of Eye on the Desert. Patrick also hosts afternoon drive on 103.1 MeTV FM. Learn more about Patrick here.

Above average highs to end the week

Highs today, like yesterday, will climb into the upper 70s, some three degrees above average. Much of the nation will see highs well above seasonal averages through Friday. Low pressure is tracking South across the Baja Peninsula, but that cloud cover and shower activity will be well South of us. The weekend brings significant changes,

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Calmer weather into the weekend

High pressure is building in across the Western States, clearing skies and warming temps a bit. That ridge of high pressure will shape the forecast through weekend, allowing daytime highs to rise to near 80. Today you’ll notice some increase in those temps into the middle 70s. Warm through the weekend, then Monday a weak

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Mild through the weekend

While we continue to see cool mornings, highs have consistently been in the lower 70s and today will be no exception. We will also see some passing clouds as a weak trough moves past us. The overall weather pattern see the core of this low pressure system staying well to our North as the Jetstream

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A mild Valentine’s forecast

We’re expecting a mostly sunny and mild Valentine’s Day with highs in the lower seventies this afternoon. A persistent ridge of high pressure remains in place over the region, protecting us from the storm moving across the Pacific Northwest. Changes arriving early next week include a chance of rain on Monday and Tuesday, but prior

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Calmer weekend weather awaits

High pressure will build in across the region today, drying out the last few pockets of rain and snow, and slowly warming us up, too. Despite the modest warming trend we will remain below our seasonal normals through the weekend. We’re getting ready to celebrate the Lunar New Year, so break out your red and

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Storm departs but showers linger

The weather pattern is settling down slowly as an area of low pressure departs, but there is still significant shower activity particularly in San Diego County. The Flood Watch for the Coachella Valley expired overnight, but flood watches and warnings continue in areas to our West. A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 8

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