High temperatures remained in the 70s for the second day in a row in Palm Springs. The desert experienced plenty of clouds through the afternoon hours. Showers developed over the High Desert and brought light rain to parts of the Coachella Valley, though nothing measurable.
The trough of low pressure won't be influencing Southern California for much longer. It departs east and a strong ridge of high pressure builds into the west coast beginning Wednesday.
Temperatures will cool into the 50s early Wednesday morning before steadily rising into the mid-70s by 9:00 a.m.
The Coachella Valley will jump into the 90s once again tomorrow afternoon. Temperatures will be on the rise into the triple digits by Thursday and then we'll be on record heat watch come Friday.
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