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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, and also hosts afternoon drive on CV 104.3 FM from 2 pm – 6 pm. Learn more about Patrick here.

Breezy and dusty

Air Quality is in the “MODERATE” range this morning as breezy conditions push sand and silt into the lower levels of the atmosphere. Temps will be running about 5 degrees below average today, and even cooler later in the week! Dew points have been elevated, above the 50 degree mark, but are slowly coming down

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Humid conditions continue today

Humidity will contribute to a small chance of showers later today, but we’ll dry out by midweek. The chance of light sprinkles remains in the forecast this afternoon. The dew points should gradually dry out as we move through midweek after a weak disturbance moves through today. Highs all week should remain below average, with

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Excessive heat again today

Highs will again span the lower one-teens this afternoon as the Excessive Heat Warning remains in effect. That Excessive Heat Warning is up now through 8 this evening. Increasing monsoon moisture, along with a trough moving into Northern California, will bring cooler temps into play through the weekend. Highs will drop into the lower 100s

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Less humidity, more heat

Today we should see dew points and humidity readings start to dry up a bit heading into the weekend as monsoonal flow moves farther east. By this evening, it should feel less muggy out there. Temperatures remain fairly close to our seasonal averages through the weekend, but we are expecting a warm-up into next week.

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Heating up this weekend

We’ll continue to see some elevated dew points through this afternoon with a bit of monsoon moisture slipping in from the East. Today highs will be near yesterday’s number of 107, with warmer numbers on the way into the weekend. Today also marks the first day back to class for students at C. V. U.

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Gradual drying today

The dew points remain elevated, but are slowly recovering, but the humidity will linger after Hilary. With all the mud and dirt drying out, you’re likely to see a lot of dust over the next few days. So far air quality remains in the “GOOD” range, but may deteriorate as the clean-up continues. Thunderstorms continue

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Adding heat to the humidity

An Excessive Heat Warning will be in effect from 10 a.m. today through 8 p.m. tomorrow as temperatures climb above 110. A Heat Advisory is also in effect for the Inland Empire and San Diego County inland valleys. This is coupled with monsoon moisture that continues to flow in from the Southeast. A bigger surge

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Another humid day

Dew points remain elevated today but should start to dry out by tomorrow. An area of low pressure, coupled with high pressure well to the East, is funneling in the moisture from our South. That low will continue hanging off the coast through tomorrow. Highs start to warm a little heading into the weekend and

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