(Victor Valley) – Cold storms are a distant memory as the short sleeves and sandals are dug out of the closet to cope with the warm, almost hot temperatures this week across the high desert.
The National Weather Service in San Diego is forecasting fair and seasonal weather to continue through Thursday. Then look for significant warming as a strong ridge of high pressure develops for Friday and Saturday.
Daytime temps will be in the mid to upper 80s today and tomorrow, then bump up to the low to mid 90s for Friday on into the weekend, with winds below 20 mph. Overnight lows are forecast to be in the 50s.
Late Sunday and Monday we’ll start to gradually cool down as the ridge of high pressure begins to break down and a trough of low pressure develops over the Pacific. Temps Monday should drop back down to the upper 70s or low 80s.