Get out your bathing suits again; or did you ever put them up?
It is summer weather again in the Inland Valley. Enjoy, while a large part of the country is preparing to weather a storm.
Warm, clear and dry conditions are expected to last through Tuesday in the Temecula Valley, as high pressure remains over the region.
Mild offshore gradients remain in a few locations. Temperatures will decline slightly from the middle 80's over the next few days.
Later in the week, low pressure will arrive off the West Coast. Afternoon temperatures are predicted to fall Wednesday through Friday, and low clouds and fog will return inland. The weather will turn warmer again next weekend under weak offshore flow.
Today: Sunny, warm and dry. Light wind becoming southwest 10 to 15 mph in the afternoon, high near 87 degrees; tonight: clear, dry, breezy early. Southwest wind 10 to 15 mph in the evening, low around 56 degrees.
Monday Sunny, warm and dry. Southwest wind to 10 mph, high of about 86 degrees; Monday night: Clear, dry, low near 55 degrees.
Tuesday: Sunny, warm and dry, high around 84 degrees; Tuesday night: clear, low of about 54 degrees.