Spring is here and we are getting ready for warmer temperatures.
Santa Ana winds will develop overnight, lasting through Wednesday. Expect northeasterly gusts of 30 to 55mph inland to the mountains with occasionally breezy winds up to 20mph all the way to the coast. A wind advisory will be in effect for the mountains, and valleys until 2pm.
Temperatures will average 10 to 15 degrees above normal, getting close to record highs Tuesday through Friday. The heat will peak west of the mountains on Wednesday and Thursday, but in the deserts the hottest days will be Friday and Saturday.
Above normal temperatures will last through Saturday, with more significant cooling Sunday as a storm system approaches bringing more clouds and possible rain late Sunday into Monday morning.
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