Written by John Toman, meteorologist with weathercurrents.com
High pressure and the first offshore flow of the season will make conditions hot and dry into the weekend in the Temecula Valley and the region.
Friday and Saturday will be the hottest days, with temperatures topping triple digits.
Offshore flow will be relatively weak, but at its strongest today through this evening.
Temperatures should begin to come down Sunday and continue to cool Monday, but a high pressure ridge over the West Coast will keep the region relatively warm and dry through next week.
Today: Sunny. Hot. East wind to 15 mph, high near 103 degrees; Predicted air quality index is: 60.
Tonight: Clear. East to northeast wind 5 to 10 mph, low around 65 degrees.
Saturday: Sunny. Hot. East wind becoming southwest 5 to 10 mph, high of about 103 degrees; Saturday night: Clear, low near 67 degrees.
Sunday: Sunny. Very warm, high around 94 degrees; Sunday night: Clear, low of about 64 degrees.
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