It looks like we are back to a period of more normal temperatures for this time of year. Santa Ana winds could show up anytime now, so homeowners should make sure to check the irrigation system after summer conditions ease. Roses should be actively recovering from the light fall pruning. Last month, I gave illustrations […]
The stifling heat that settled over Riverside County this week is persisting today, while thunderstorms also hit portions of the western county, flooding roadways and downing power lines yesterday.
TEMECULA – Spring and summer are synonymous with increased hours of sunlight, warm temperatures and, oftentimes, an increased reliance on water to feed recreational pursuits and lawn and garden needs. The Water Information Program states that 3.9 trillion gallons of water are consumed in the United States each month and the average person uses 176 […]
As of this writing, El Niño has been fading and La Niña has been building, and to our surprise, aiming multiple “atmospheric rain rivers” right at California. I’m beginning to think that normal climate may be the abnormal. In less than five months, rains have all but ended our five-year drought. Be prepared for a […]
Light showers, brisk winds and a slight chance of thunderstorms are in the forecast Wednesday, March 22, for Riverside County as a weak spring storm moves through the region.
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In a rush to get the day started? Check out Valley News’ new morning headlines. Complete with the morning weather and gas prices, Morning Headlines provides the news you need to know to start your day off right. Here is what is going on in Southwest Riverside County and the surrounding areas today, Thursday, March […]
A winter storm will slide into Southern California tomorrow, producing moderate to heavy rain throughout western Riverside County, according to the National Weather Service.
What a roller-coaster ride we’ve been having. Although daytime highs have ranged from 50s to 60s, they’ve still been as much as 10 degrees below normal. Night temps at or below 32 degrees – some nights with hard freezes – have certainly put some non-rose plants at risk. And the recent rains are certainly promising […]
The just-ended Southern California storm series caused flooding, power outages and some structural damage in Riverside County, but no one was killed or seriously injured, and El Nino preparations that turned out to be unnecessary last winter proved invaluable, officials told the Board of Supervisors Tuesday, Jan 4.