RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Temperature records for May 6 were set in Idyllwild and tied in Palm Springs today during what is expected to be the hottest day of the week before relief arrives this weekend. The 86-degree high in Idyllwild broke the previous record for this date of 82 set in 2018, according to James Brotherton, a National Weather Service meteorologist. Records date back to 1943. The temperature reached 108 in Palm Springs, tying the record set in 1963. Records date back to 1893. The average high for Palm Springs on May 6 in 91, Brotherton said. Other high temperatures in Riverside County included 99 in San Jacinto, 98 in Riverside and Lake Elsinore, according to the weather service. High pressure over Baja California will continue to keep temperatures hot through Friday throughout
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