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  • The Source - January 29, 2014
    The dominating high pressure ridge out west begins to break down today as a series of storm systems approach the west coast. Temperatures in the desert regions (near record highs today) will cool to the upper 60s the latter part of the week with moderate lettuce ice possible only in the coldest valleys. These systems will bring a moderate cool down with strong winds (30-40mph) the main concern in Southern California and the desert locals with a slight chance of rain.
  • The Source - January 27, 2014
    The dominating high pressure ridge out west begins to break down mid week as a series of weak storm systems approach the west coast. Temperatures in the desert regions will be in the upper 70s the front part of the week with moderate lettuce ice possible only in the coldest valleys. These systems will bring a moderate cool down with strong winds (30-40mph) the main concern in Southern California and the desert locals with a slight chance of rain late this week.
  • The Source - January 22, 2014
    The dominate high pressure ridge out west remains in place this week as a series of weak storm systems are driven to the north of Central California by the persistent ridge. Temperatures in the desert regions will be in the low 70s the latter part of the week with moderate lettuce ice possible in the coldest valleys. As these systems deflect over the ridge strong winds (30-40mph) will be the main concern in Southern California and the desert locals. Extended forecasts keep the region dry with cool mornings into next week as latest guidance keeps the storm track to the north and east of Central California and the desert locals.
  • The Source - January 20, 2014
    The dominate high pressure ridge out west remains in place this week as a series of weak storm systems are driven to the north of Central California by the persistent ridge. Temperatures in the desert regions in the mid to high 70s early this week will cool to the low 70s the latter part of the week with moderate lettuce ice possible in the coldest valleys.
  • The Source - January 15, 2014
    The dominate high pressure ridge out west remains in place this week as a series of weak storm systems are driven to the north of Central California by the persistent ridge. Temperatures in the desert regions in the mid to high 70s are expected through the week with moderate lettuce ice possible in the coldest valleys. As these systems deflect over the ridge strong winds (20-40mph) will be the main concern in Southern California and the desert locals.
  • The Source - January 13, 2014
    The dominate high pressure ridge out west rebuilds this week as a series of weak storm systems are driven to the north of Central California by the persistent ridge. Temperatures in the desert regions in the mid to high 70s are expected through the week with moderate lettuce ice possible in the coldest valleys. As these systems deflect over the ridge strong winds (20-40 mph) will be the main concern in Southern California and the desert locals.
  • The Outlook - January 10, 2014
    Another high pressure ridge building out west will keep the Southwestern growing regions clear and dry through next week. Pacific storm systems passing over this ridge to the north will bring strong winds (20-30 mph) to Southern California and the desert locals. Potential freeze or frosts remain in the forecast, only in the isolated interior valleys, with the clear nights allowing for cold morning temperatures.
  • The Source - January 8, 2014
    The high pressure ridge out west rebuilds late this week as a series of weak storm systems are driven to the north of Central California by the persistent ridge. Temperatures in the desert regions in the mid 60s to low 70s are expected through the week with moderate lettuce ice in the coldest valleys. Extended forecasts keep the region dry with cold mornings into next week as latest guidance keeps the storm track to the north and east of Central California and the desert locals.
  • The Source - January 6, 2014
    High pressure out west begins to break down this week as a series of storm systems approach California. Strong winds today (25-50mph) in the southwestern regions will back off considerably through the week. Temperatures in the desert regions in the 60s to low 70s are expected this week with moderate lettuce ice in the coldest valleys. Extended forecasts keep the region dry with cold mornings into next week as latest guidance keeps the storm track to the north and east of Central California and the desert locals.