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Hot and dry through Saturday, then the rain chances begin!

Partly cloudy skies continue today and through the end of the week. High pressure will keep us warm, near 80 for day time highs, and dry.

Late Sunday night into early Monday morning, things begin to change. A cutoff low will allow a jet stream of cold air and moisture to move into Southern California. Rain shower chances begin on Monday and last through Wednesday. The National Weather Service is predicting about an inch of rain for the high deserts and a half inch of the desert floor.

KESQ News Team

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