For the fourth time this year, Palm Springs has reached/surpassed the 90° mark! A high of 92° was recorded this afternoon. That's 10° above average.
An area of low pressure to the south of Southern California is responsible for this afternoon's clouds and drizzle for some in the Southland. The Coachella Valley remains incredibly dry at the surface, inhibiting any rainfall reaching the ground. The ridge of high pressure will persist over the Desert Southwest through the Easter weekend bringing temperatures near 100°.
Hitting the trails tomorrow? Tackle them EARLY!
Temperatures will be quick to rise with afternoon highs in the mid and upper 90s across the valley. By the weekend, some valley cities will even reach the century mark for the first time this year. Stay hydrated!
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