A warm, wet, windy storm tore through the Inland Empire yesterday, resulting in flooded streets, downed trees and power poles, power outages, and some property damage. And forecasters say today could be a repeat of yesterday's weather. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent
The hot, humid weather the Inland Empire will feel today (Thursday) will be amplified tomorrow and Saturday, and the National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for the inland valleys and the mountains for potentially hazardous temperatures from tomorrow morning through Saturday night. KVCR's Ken Vincent has details on the forecast for the valleys and the mountains.
From today (Wednesday) for the rest of the week, Inland Empire weather is going to be hot. And then, through the coming weekend, it'll be even hotter, and muggy as well. And in our local mountains, above-normal heat will persist alongside a chance of showers and thunderstorms for the next few days. KVCR's Ken Vincent has the National Weather Service forecast for the inland valleys and mountains.
High temperatures broke records in the inland deserts over the weekend, and the National Weather Service says we'll have one more triple-digit day in the inland valleys before things start to cool down a bit this week. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
The heat wave continues across Southern California, pushing temperatures to record-breaking highs, stressing the electrical grid, and aggravating wildfires being fought around the region. Temperatures will be a bit more moderate tomorrow (Friday), but triple-digit temps will likely hang around the Inland Empire through the weekend. More information in this report from NPR's Danielle Karson and KVCR's Ken Vincent.