Gusty northeast winds will arrive overnight. A High Wind Warning has been issued for San Bernardino and Riverside County mountains, including the San Gorgonio Pass, beginning at 1:00 a.m. Tuesday. The strongest gusts will stay west of the Coachella Valley, up to 60-70 MPH.
A Red Flag Warning has also been issued for the Inland Empire as critical fire weather conditions develop.
Winds around the low desert will strengthen through the early morning hours. The average gust will be between 25-30 MPH.
The low pressure system bringing the wind will also draw in moisture to the Desert Southwest. Accumulation will be limited to begin with as first chance for light showers arrives Tuesday afternoon.
The higher chance for accumulation in the Coachella Valley occurs Wednesday evening. Rainfall amounts could be up to 0.25". However, there is the possibility for heavy rain which could boost rainfall totals closer to a half inch. Stay weather aware and check back for updates!
Get ready for a big cool down! After three days of record heat last week, highs will max our in the 60s tomorrow!
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