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Pacific storm to bring rain and snow to Southland Wednesday

A warmer afternoon than was felt yesterday, valley temperatures climbed into the upper 70s today. Average for the date is 76°. Clear skies will continue through the night with temperatures cooling into the 40s around sunrise.

A low-pressure system will move into Southern California on Wednesday bringing some much-needed moisture to the Desert Southwest. It will also create breezy southerly winds with gusts up to 30 MPH around the Coachella Valley.

Rain will near the desert after 12:00 p.m. Current estimates keep accumulation minimal across the valley floor, under 0.10".

A Winter Weather Advisory will go into effect at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday for elevations above 5,000' in San Bernardino and Riverside County mountains. 1-3" is possible up to 6,500'.
Travel with caution as fog and snow may reduce visibility across roadways.

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7-Day Forecast / KESQ Weather Video / Weather

Haley Clawson

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