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Quiet night after an afternoon of flash floods in the High Desert

Subtle drying will take place into the middle of the week with high pressure in place over the western U.S. Dew point temperatures will hang predominately in the 50s for the next two days before the next surge of moisture arrives by the end of the week.

Even with a slightly drier setup for Wednesday, isolated storms are still expected to develop over the High Desert.

High temperatures near 110° will continue through Thursday before a cooling takes place into the weekend as storm chances around the Coachella Valley climb.

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