PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - The National Weather Service has sent out an advisory to residents and visitors of the Palm Springs and surrounding areas indicating temperatures will begin rising, this weekend.
Forecasters say high pressure will begin building over the deserts, this weekend and early next week. That will bring a warming trend to most of the inland areas of Southern California that will push temperatures to 5-to-15 degrees above normal.
The highest temperatures will be felt Monday and Tuesday, according to the NWS:
* LOWER DESERTS: 108 TO 115 DEGREES
* HIGH DESERTS: 101 TO 109 DEGREES
* INLAND VALLEYS: 97 TO 103 DEGREES
* MOUNTAINS: 85 TO 95 DEGREES
Forecasters urge people who venture outside to drink plenty of water, stay out of the sun, wear plenty of sunscreen and wear cool clothing.
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