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|January 16, 2018|
Cooling to reflect seasonal changes
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - After several weeks of oppressive summer heat, Southern California is in for some relief.
An unusually deep trough of low pressure is developing and could drop temperatures up to 20 degrees below normal by Thursday.
The Inland Metro area failed to crack the century mark Tuesday. Over the past 3-months, Riverside and San Bernardino have recorded 29 days of triple digit heat. A 10-day heat wave that ended September 3rd was the longest of the year.
As low pressure takes over, light drizzle or showers are possible Thursday and Friday mornings especially along the coast. Onshore winds will increase as well over the mountains and deserts.
After that, temperatures could be on a see-saw. Expect warming Saturday through Monday followed by another round of cooling next Tuesday for the waning hours of summer.
Story Date: September 13, 2017