(Victor Valley)–– After a week of unseasonably cool temperatures and rain, this week will see warmer than average temperatures and some Santa Ana winds.
The National Weather Service in San Diego says a strong ridge of high pressure will develop over our area starting tomorrow and lasting through Thursday. Temperatures will climb to several degrees above normal, especially Wednesday and Thursday. The high temp for Thursday is forecast to be 93 degrees.
A weak Santa Ana wind event will see wind gusts 25 to 35 mph through the Cajon Pass.
Cooler weather will arrive toward the weekend as the high pressure ridge breaks down and a trough of low pressure moves in from the north. A cooling trend is forecast as we head into next week.