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Ben's Weather Forecast Updated: Saturday, Sep 21 @ 10:18pm
Enjoying our last official summer weekend out there, even though it's already feeling like fall. Temperatures will warm slightly through Sunday as a weak offshore flow persists. Highs should top out around 70-degrees with east to northeast winds 5-15mph. It looks like a pretty nice start Autumn on Monday, then things become a little tricky for the remainder of the week as a series of weather systems could bring us a shot at some cool and wet weather. Currently, Tropical Storm Lorena continues to track northward through the Gulf of California and forecast to weaken as it moves onshore over mainland Mexico with the bulk of the remnants headed into Arizona. We also have Tropical Storm Mario tracking northwest-ward off the western Baja coast. On Tuesday, a closed low is forecast to move into the Colorado River Valley with the return flow drawing some of this moisture into our area for a chance of showers and thunderstorms Tuesday into Wednesday. Later in the week, an unseasonably cold trough of low pressure is also forecast to push into the west coast, ushering in gusty west winds to around 40mph and much cooler temperatures with even a chance of showers. It doesn't look like any real organized area of precip moving through, just some generalized troughing with scattered light showers possible. It could even be cold enough for a little dusting of snow up on San Gorgonio, something not entirely uncommon late Sept or Oct. Will iron out the details in the coming days so check back for updates!