September Starts Off Warmer And A Bit Drier

By Nikki Garrett Metzger

High Desert Daily

(Victor Valley) – Expect things to be warm and a bit drier as high pressure keeps the skies clear and the temperatures up for this first week of September.

High pressure over the southern tier of the states and northern Mexico keeps our temps slightly above normal this week.  Some monsoonal moisture may trickle in from the south but we shouldn’t see any thunderstorms as conditions are not favorable for them to develop.

The High Desert should see highs in the upper 90s for most of the week, with breezy afternoons and evenings. Wind will be 5 to 10 mph, with gusts to 20 mph.  Overnight lows will be in the mid to upper 60s.

By late next weekend the high is forecast to weaken and shift to the east, which should bring cooler temperatures to our area.

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