Less than a week after the last storm system brought rain and snow to Riverside county, yet again were desert residents having to use their windshield wipers. This low pressure system will continue moving eastward and the precipitation will follow, drying through the evening.
Looking at the past 24 hours, Palm Springs recorded 0.40". The rest of the valley floor received notable (for the desert) amounts too!
Palm Springs is now over 8.5 inches of rainfall for the 2019 year. That's more than 3.5" above normal.
While the clouds will continue to provide us cooler than normal temperatures, temperatures will be returning to the upper 60s for Thursday and Friday.
The next low pressure system to bring wet weather to the west coast will arrive this weekend. At this time, the Coachella Valley only has a slight chance for showers on Saturday.