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Temperatures climb into the 90s this weekend

An Air Quality Alert is in place for areas to our west. This alert is for fine smoke particles created from wildfires in Southern California. Air quality around the low desert Friday afternoon is 'good'.

The ridge of high pressure gradually building all week peaks this weekend. This setup will keep dry conditions in place, paired with plenty of sunshine. Afternoon highs will climb 5-10° above the daily average through Monday.

High temperatures will climb into the low 90s this weekend and early next week before the next cooling trend arrives. Onshore flow will strengthen Monday evening, maintaining a breezy setup through Tuesday as temperatures cool throughout the week.

Don't forget! The end of Daylight Saving Time occurs at 2 AM Sunday when we "fall back" one hour! Starting Sunday, we won't see another sunset after 5 p.m. until January 16th!

Have you downloaded the 'KESQ First Alert' weather app? It's FREE! Download it here.

You'll stay up-to-date with the latest weather videos. In addition, be able to monitor the changing conditions from wherever you are!

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Haley Clawson

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