Riverside County valleys were included in a special weather statement
issued by the National Weather Service due to high temperatures that are
expected to exceed 100 degrees the remainder of this week.
will remain between five and 15 degrees above normal through Saturday,
according to the statement issued by the NWS of San Diego.
In Temecula, the forecast calls for highs of 103 degrees Thursday and
Friday, and 98 degrees on Saturday. Overnight lows will be in the 70s.
to say...summer is not over," NWS stated. "As these hot and muggy
conditions continue to prevail across the Southland, those sensitive to
the heat are encouraged to take precautions. Those planning outdoor
activities should also be prepared for this heat...including drinking
plenty of water and avoiding strenuous activities during the hottest
part of the day."