As I look back over my previous articles, I noticed that since 2013 we have what I suggest is a new normal of high temperatures for August-September. I checked the weather projections and learned that temperatures for the next 7-10 days for Southern California are for over 100 degrees. If you are participating in my […]
The “blazing heat” that has stifled Riverside County for a week will continue today with temperatures expected to climb even higher, a day after Riverside and Lake Elsinore set new heat records and Idyllwild tied its high-temperature record for the date, the National Weather Service said.
RIVERSIDE – Temperatures across Riverside County will continue climbing today as a heat wave that could potentially push temperatures in the deserts past the 120-degree mark in the coming days hits the region. A National Weather Service excessive heat warning for the Coachella Valley and the San Gorgonio Pass zone, which includes the cities of […]
This weekend, with temperatures hitting over 100 degrees, Murrieta Firefighters are on high alert for brush fires and heat-related illnesses. The predicted weather along with low relative humidity and vegetation that is dry and dead could cause an increase in fire activity. The public is urged to be observant of activity that could lead to […]
The first major heat wave of the season is will engulf Riverside County deserts, the Inland Empire and the Coachella Valley this weekend, prompting the National Weather Service to issue an excessive heat watch. A strengthening high pressure system was expected to send desert temperatures soaring 10 to 20 degrees above normal, creating a warming trend through Saturday, according […]
RIVERSIDE – Triple-digit temperatures are expected across much of Riverside County today along with potentially record-breaking heat throughout the weekend as a heat wave continues to bear down on the region. A National Weather Service excessive heat warning for the valleys of Riverside County, the San Gorgonio Pass near Banning and the Coachella Valley is scheduled to take effect […]
The ridge of high pressure that brought higher than average temperatures to the Coachella and Riverside valleys began to gradually weaken today, but the dry conditions were expected to last for about another week. National Weather Service meteorologist Michael Watkins said that high pressure over the desert areas and the recent Santa Ana winds caused […]