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Temecula Weather News 2003

7:35am: Today's low of 28.9°F is the lowest temperature recorded in 2003 and the lowest since a 28.8°F on February 2nd, 2002, which occurred a couple of days after the five year low of 25.4°F on January 31, 2002.
Temperatures will warm some from the relatively frigid temperatures of the past couple of days, as we experience offshore flow once again in the Temecula Valley through tonight. A storm arriving Monday night or Tuesday morning is now predicted to contain significant moisture; up to one inch of rainfall in the Temecula Valley is currently expected, mostly through Wednesday morning. Another storm is lined up after that one; that front is predicted to arrive on Friday night or Saturday morning.

Today: Mostly sunny, eastern breezes, high near 62°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, eastern breezes, low near 34°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 63°F.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, then showers likely after midnight, low near 44°F.
Tuesday: Cloudy, 70% chance of showers, high around 62°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, low of about 42°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, then a slight chance of showers after midnight, high near 55°F.
Thursday (New Year's Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 42°F, high around 57°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high of about 60°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 59°F.

This morning was a freezing one across the Temecula Valley, and tomorrow is predicted to be even colder, with temperatures falling into the upper 20's. Frost will again be widespread. Today will be sunny but cool, and the cool weather is expected to persist through the next week. A weaker storm than the one we had on Chrismas day arrives Monday morning, with only about a tenth of an inch expected in the Temecula Valley. There is a chance of showers predicted each day until New Year's eve.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 58°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 29 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 28°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 60°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low near 39°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers in the morning, slight chance of showers in the afternoon, high around 63°F.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, low of about 39°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, breezy, high near 57°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, breezy, low around 37°F, high around 55°F.
Thursday (New Year's Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 55°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, breezy, high near 62°F.

Some scattered showers are possible today after a storm that left about 1" to apparently over 2" in parts of the Temecula Valley yesterday, and has caused mudslides in the region. This weekend looks partly cloudy and cool. Another storm arrives Monday morning but will only have moderate amounts of moisture. Partly cloudy conditions are predicted to persist through New Year's Day.

Today: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of scattered showers, high near 54°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 30 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 35°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 55°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 36°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 59°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, then mostly cloudy, chance of rain after midnight, low of about 39°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 57°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers in the morning, afternoon breeze, low around 38°F, high around 58°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 61°F.
Thursday (New Year's Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 62°F.

Merry Christmas! Steady rainfall is predicted throughout today all through region, with about one inch or more expected in the Temecula Valley today and tonight. Conditions will be further complicated with fog restricting visibility. Snow levels will fall tonight to around 3500 feet in the local mountains. Showers are expected to linger through Friday. Colder than usual conditions are predicted throughout the weekend, with another storm arriving Monday morning.

Today: Rain and fog, high near 59°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 30 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Rain and fog, low near 47°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, 60% chance of showers in the morning, slight chance of showers in the afternoon, high of about 59°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low near 35°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 54°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 36°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 55°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, low around 39°F, high around 59°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high of about 57°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 58°F.

Well, Santa Ana winds did blow in the Temecula Valley yesterday after all, and today showers are imminent as a storm that was originally supposed to miss us swings south. The storm is weak, though, and total rainfall is expected to be around 1/10 of an inch. A stronger storm is due on Christmas Day, with 1/2 to 2/4 of an inch of rain currently predicted, and showers might linger through Friday.

Today: Mostly cloudy, rain likely this afternoon, high near 63°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, then partly cloudy, low near 44°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers after midnight, low near 46°F.
Thursday (Christmas Day): Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of showers, high around 66°F.
Thursday night: Mostly cloudy, rain likely, low of about 41°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 61°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 37°F, high around 58°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 61°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.

Weak offshore flow will be present in some areas of the Inland Empire today, but it shouldn't affect the Temecula Valley. A weak storm is predicted to pass through the region Tuesday night, then a much stronger one on Christmas Day in the afternoon and evening. Another storm system is possible Sunday.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 40°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 43°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 43°F.
Thursday (Christmas Day): Mostly cloudy, chance of rain in the afternoon, rain likely in the evening, high near 64°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 45°F, high around 64°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 60°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, chance of rain in the afternoon, high near 58°F.

An upper level low is passing through the region, and a few sprinkles are possible today and through tomorrow morning, with scattered light showers in the mountains. However, no appreciable precipitation is expected. The main front is weak and should pass through the Temecula Valley sometime tonight. High pressure builds early next week, but by Christmas Day the prediction is onshore flow and partly cloudy skies. Winter begins Sunday at 11:04pm.

Today: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of sprinkles, afternoon breeze, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of light rain, low near 44°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of light rain in the morning, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze. high of about 68°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low near 34°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 62°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 36°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 37°F, high around 64°F.
Thursday (Christmas Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 64°F.

As high pressure breaks down, high clouds are predicted above the Temecula Valley, and high temperatures should sink into the 60's by Saturday. Sprinkles are possible tomorrow morning, and drizzle on Sunday morning. Winter begins this Sunday at 11:04 pm. High temperatures in the 60's are currently expected early next week through Christmas Day.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 78°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, patchy fog after midnight, low near 40°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of sprinkles, afternoon breeze, high of about 67°F.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy, areas of fog and drizzle after midnight, low near 37°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 64°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 34°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 37°F, high around 63°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Thursday (Christmas Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

9:24am: The Press-Enterprise published this article about me today in their Southwest County Edition. Unfortunately, registration is required to read it on the web, but there is no cost to do so.
dl 6:04am: I fielded interviews from both the Press-Enterprise and The Californian yesterday and stories may be appearing this morning.
The Santa Ana winds have moderated overnight in the Temecula Valley but are still possible today and tomorrow, especially in the morning. Top gusts in Temecula were 38 mph at noon yesterday. Murrieta experienced winds up to 20 mph last night, but they were generally from the northwest. High pressure over eastern Utah that has caused the easterly winds should start to fade today, and we should see increasing clouds and milder temperatures into the weekend.

Today: Mostly sunny, east breezes possible, afternoon breezes from the west, high near 73°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, east breezes possible, low near 35°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, east breezes possible, afternoon breezes from the west, high of about 72°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low near 36°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 38°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 38°F, high around 64°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.

Santa Ana winds blew all night through southern Temecula last night, reaching 35 mph at times, but spared western Murrieta, which experienced very different weather overnight with breezes from the northwest and a colder air mass. The low in Temecula was just 54°F, in Murrieta it plunged down to 38°F. Wrong way winds are with us another couple of days, with strong winds and warm weather today. Some high clouds are predicted into the weekend as the winds subside.

Today: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 76°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, northeast winds possible, low near 34°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 74°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, northeast breezes possible, low near 33°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 68°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 36°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 38°F, high around 66°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.

Another weak storm has past, again leaving very little measurable rain in the Temecula Valley. The combination of surface level high pressure over the great basin and upper level high pressure will warm things up over the next couple of days and may lead to Santa Ana winds in the Temecula Valley, especially on Tuesday. By Wednesday, clouds are predicted again as an upper level low moves by to the north.

Today: Mostly sunny, northeast breezes possible, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, northeast winds possible, low near 35°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 72°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, northeast breezes possible, low near 37°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 69°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 37°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 66°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

A fast-moving storm is approaching and should begin unleashing showers in the Temecula Valley this afternoon. A tenth of an inch of rain is predicted, mostly this afternoon and evening. The storm is expected to quickly be replaced by sunny weather and offshore winds through Wednesday. Milder conditions with partly cloudy skies are predicted for the rest of the week.

Today: Increasing clouds, showers likely (60% chance) this afternoon, high near 58°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with a 40% chance of showers early, then partly cloudy, low near 40°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, northeast breezes, high of about 62°F.
Monday night: Clear, northeast winds possible, low near 35°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high around 67°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, breezy, low of about 33°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 33°F, high around 68°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

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Frost was everywhere early this morning in the Temecula Valley for the first time this season, following a day of very little rainfall yesterday. Today is also the first freezing day recorded this season, with a low of 31.6°F. Fair and slightly warmer today and Saturday, then a fast-moving storm comes through the region on Sunday. More fair weather follows the storm into next week.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 61°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 38 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 36°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 65°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 38°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers and breezy in the afternoon, high around 59°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy then clearing, slight chance of showers in the evening, low of about 39°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 64°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 34°F, high around 69°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Showers in the Temecula Valley should be heaviest this morning, but lighter than originally expected. Total rainfall is now expected to be less than 1/10 of an inch. Except for some clouds, the weather is predicted to clear up and warm slightly going into this weekend. Another slight chance of showers is forecast for Sunday as a low pressure system moves through.

Today: Partly cloudy, 40% chance of scattered showers, especially in the morning, high near 56°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, slighy (20%) chance of showers before midnight, low near 38°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 62°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low near 36°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, breezy, low of about 40°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers and breezy in the afternoon, high near 60°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, breezy, low around 39°F, high around 62°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

Buildup for an approaching storm began this morning and continues into tomorrow, when rain is likely. A slight chance of showers is predicted for this afternoon and chances increase into tomorrow, when the main front is expected to pass. Showers are likely into Friday morning, with 0.30" or more total precipitation expected from this storm in the Temecula Valley. After a couple of day break Friday and Saturday, another, weaker storm rolls through the region on Sunday.

Today: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers, afternoon breeze, high near 64°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, low near 45°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, 70% chance of rain, slight chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon, breezy, high of about 60°F.
Thursday night: Mostly cloudy, 60% chance of rain, slight chance of thunderstorms, low near 43°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, breezy, high around 61°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy then clearing, low of about 39°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 65°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of rain and breezy in the afternoon, low around 41°F, high around 65°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

A storm is on the horizon but you'd never know it from the sunny weather expected today. The storm begins to arrive Wednesday, with rain on Thursday and showers on Friday. Total rainfall is expected to be less than 1/2" in the Temecula Valley. After the rain, Saturday looks fair, but another cold front arrives Sunday.

Today: Sunny, breezy, high near 70°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 38°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, then mostly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon with a slight chance of showers, high of about 65°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, low near 43°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, 60% chance of rain, breezy, high around 60°F.
Thursday night: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, low of about 41°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, high near 62°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 65°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 68°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 64°F.

The official launch date for the Murrieta weather site will be this coming Sunday, December 14th.

Some fog in the Temecula Valley this morning, but that will quickly be replaced with weak offshore breezes that should continue through tomorrow. Clouds are predicted to be gathering by Wednesday, and showers are expected Thursday and Friday. The coming weekend looks good, though, with fair conditions expected.

Today: Mostly sunny, breezy, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, breezy, low near 38°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, breezy from the northeast, switching to the west by afternoon, high of about 68°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, then partly cloudy, low near 41°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 38°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, then mostly cloudy with a 40% chance of showers, high near 65°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, low around 42°F, high around 63°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.

Rainfall is predicted to be less than a tenth of an inch for the storm passing through the region, with 0.01" recorded in both Temecula and Murrieta this morning as of this writing. Scattered showers are predicted through this evening, with a weak Santa Ana condition taking over after that. Another chance of showers is expected Wednesday, when a weak system comes through the Temecula Valley, and another on Friday.

Today: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of scattered showers, breezy, high near 62°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy with a 20% chance of showers, then mostly clear and breezy after midnight, low near 41°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, breezy from the northeast, high of about 65°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, breezy, low near 36°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, breezy from the northeast, high around 68°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, then partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers, low of about 41°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 65°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 38°F, high around 64°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high of about 62°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.

Nearly all of the email links on this web site have been converted to a feedback page. This was unfortunately necessary because the email addresses were being collected by automated web crawlers and sold to spammers. So, now and in the future, emailing by clicking on site links will involve filling out a form, which I hope will be very easy to use.

Tonight the first of several weak low pressure systems expected over the next week moves through the region. The result will be a chance of scattered showers, mainly Sunday morning. Less than 1/10 of an inch of measurable rain is expected. After Sunday, a couple day break is predicted, and the next weak storm moves through on Wednesday. Currently no rain is expected from that one, but that could change.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, then mostly cloudy with a 30% chance of showers after midnight, low near 46°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, breezy, high of about 63°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, then mostly clear after midnight, low near 38°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 65°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 37°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 41°F, high around 66°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 63°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 62°F.

Fair weather continues today, then a weak storm system comes through the region Saturday night and Sunday. Mostly we'll see clouds in the Temecula Valley on Saturday and Sunday, but we may encounter some scattered showers. More offshore flow is predicted for early next week, but it's expected to be weak and won't have much influence on temperatures, either.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 39°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, then mostly cloudy with a 30% chance of showers after midnight, low near 46°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, breezy, high around 63°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers in the evening, low of about 38°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 65°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 36°F, high around 72°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 68°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

The anemometer (wind sensor) was installed in Murrieta yesterday afternoon, and that concludes the weather instrumentation for that site. The official site launch will be sometime next week.

Weak offshore flow continues in the region, so Santa Ana winds are again possible today in the Temecula Valley. Two more sunny days, then a storm approaches. There is a 30% chance of showers predicted for Sunday. The early part of next week is expected to be mild and dry.

Today: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 79 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 38°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 42°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 68°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, then mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers after midnight, low of about 47°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 62°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 33°F, high around 65°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.

Weak offshore flow is expected through Thursday, so wrong way winds may be present today and tomorrow. The upcoming weather should otherwise be fair in the Temecula Valley through Sunday morning, when a 40% chance of showers is predicted. Sunday's storm front is expected to move out fast, though and fair conditions should return next week.

Today: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 76°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 71 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, breezy, low near 45°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 79°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 41°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 74°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 42°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 45°F, high around 62°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 68°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

Some ice was present on the car this morning, but no frost in south Temecula, although I did see frost in Wildomar. High pressure aloft should lead to slightly warmer days ahead, and Santa Ana winds may return Wednesday and Thursday. Clouds are predicted for the weekend, with a chance of showers Saturday night and Sunday morning.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low near 40°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Wednesday night: Clear, breezy, low near 45°F.
Thursday: Sunny, breezy, high around 78°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 42°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 68°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high of about 64°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.

A low pressure system moving by is responsible for the clouds. High pressure building should force the clouds out by tomorrow, and the next few days should be fair and mild in the Temecula Valley. Another low pressure system is due next weekend in the region, but so far only cloud cover and cooling is predicted.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, patchy fog after midnight, low near 44°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, low near 43°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 70°F.
Wednesday night: Clear, low of about 42°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 42°F, high around 71°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 68°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.

A mild cooling trend begins in the Temecula Valley today as high pressure weakens. High temperatures should gradually fall to the low 70's over the next several days, with alternating high clouds and sunny skies through the week.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 75 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 44°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, patchy fog after midnight, low near 46°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 72°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, low of about 43°F.
Wednesday: Becoming partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 73°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.

The high pressure has become weak and the Santa Ana winds have diminished, leaving the Temecula Valley with a mild day today. Onshore flow resumes tomorrow, and intermittent high clouds are expected today through Tuesday. Little change is predicted after that through next weekend.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 75 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 41°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 77°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low near 42°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 70°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 43°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 41°F, high around 72°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

The gusty Santa Ana winds that marked Thanksgiving should weaken today. Warmer weather continues, however, as upper level high pressure sticks around for a few more days. High clouds will lead to partly cloudy days through the weekend and into early next week.

Today: Partly cloudy, northeast winds possible, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 65 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, breezy, low near 41°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, breezy, high of about 79°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low near 46°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 78°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 46°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 44°F, high around 69°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

Something is wrong with data flowing from Murrieta this morning. Hopefully it's just connectivity.

Happy Thanksgiving! The Santa Ana winds have started overnight, even in the Temecula Valley, with gusts up to 23mph already this morning. Windy or breezy through Friday night, with warmer temperatures thanks to high pressure. The weekend should see some cloud cover and declining temperatures.

Today: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 65 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, then partly cloudy, breezy, low near 43°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, northeast winds possible, high of about 84°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, breezy, low near 41°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 79°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 43°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 44°F, high around 73°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Wednesday: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.

A warming trend is underway, thanks to building high pressure aloft and surface level high pressure in the Great Basin area. Thanksgiving, as well as Friday, Saturday and Sunday, should be warmer, with high temperatures in the 70's and possibly 80's expected in the Temecula Valley. Offshore winds are predicted tonight through Friday night.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, breezy, low near 42°F.
Thursday (Thanksgiving Day): Sunny, breezy, high of about 76°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, breezy, low near 48°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, breezy, high around 80°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, breezy, low of about 45°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 44°F, high around 79°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

A combination of surface high pressure over the Great Basin and strengthening high pressure aloft will bring warmer days and breezy or windy conditions throughout the rest of the week. Cool today, but high temperatures are predicted to warm into the 70's in the Temecula Valley for Thanksgiving Day and around 80°F the day after. High pressure is expected to weaken somewhat into the weekend, bringing high temperatures back down into the 70's.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, breezy, low near 39°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, breezy, high of about 67°F.
Wednesday night: Clear, breezy, low near 41°F.
Thursday (Thanksgiving Day): Mostly sunny, breezy, high around 74°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, breezy, low of about 41°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, breezy, high near 80°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 75°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.

Temperatures dropped to near freezing overnight but there was no frost to be found this morning, at least not in the Redhawk area. Offshore flow should be diminishing today as surface level high pressure over the Great Basin exits to the east. The Temecula Valley should fall back into fair conditions through Thanksgiving and the weekend, with below normal high temperatures expected.

Today: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 54 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 40°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low near 40°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 68°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 41°F.
Thursday (Thanksgiving Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 42°F, high around 66°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 63°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.

The Temecula weather station console was replaced this morning with an Ultimeter 2100. There's nothing wrong with the older Ultimeter 2000, which will likely become the focal point of another local WeatherCurrents site sometime next year (sites are now in the planning stage for Menifee, French Valley, Wildomar, Fallbrook, Lake Elsinore and Hemet), but the 2100 offers slightly more functionality, mainly in the form of an additional serial port. The Murrieta weather station console is an Ultimeter 2000.

The official launch of WeatherCurrents.com's Murrieta pages will most likely be the second week of December. The anemometer (wind speed and direction sensor) is the only weather instrument not operating yet. Web site design is in progress.

Offshore flow continues to dominate the local forecast, although the Santa Ana winds expected will be more of a breeze in the Temecula Valley, and should be most prevalent after midnight and before noon, then the usual westerly breezes should flow. Warmer today, but temperatures may fade a little towards midweek as a low pressure system passes by. Frost conditions may be possible tonight.

Today: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 69°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 65 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, northeast winds possible, low near 37°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, breezy, high of about 67°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, northeast winds possible, low near 40°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, breezy, high around 66°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, northeast winds possible, low of about 40°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Thursday (Thanksgiving Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 41°F, high around 70°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.

The cold front has moved through the region at this point, and no moisture accompanied it. Cool and windy today; warmer and Santa Ana winds tomorrow through Monday morning. High temperatures are predicted to remain below normal next week, as they have been much of November.

Today: Mostly sunny, windy, high near 62°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, northeast winds possible, low near 40°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 69°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, northeast winds possible, low near 41°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, breezy, high around 67°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 42°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 64°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 68°F.
Thursday (Thanksgiving Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 68°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 65°F.

More mild but cooler weather today, followed by a slight chance of showers as a front comes through tomorrow morning. Frost is possible Saturday night, followed by weak offshore flow Sunday. Temperatures should remain cool, especially in the morning, over the next week.

Today: Mostly cloudy with isolated drizzle and fog this morning, becoming mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, slight (less than 20%) chance of showers after midnight, low near 45°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 62°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, breezy, frost possible, low near 35°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, high around 69°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, breezy, low of about 41°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, breezy, high near 71°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 42°F, high around 64°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 68°F.
Thursday (Thanksgiving Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

A link to the NWS Climate Prediction Center longer range forecasts has been added today, for those who are interested.

The mild heat wave is through as a low pressure system approaches the region. Light rain is possible Friday night and Saturday morning, and the days and nights are expected to get progressively colder through the weekend. Monday morning in particular looks cold, with freezing weather expected.

Today: Mostly sunny, becoming partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 77°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 67 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then patchy low clouds and fog after midnight, low near 46°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 68°F.
Friday night: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of light rain after midnight, low near 45°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of light rain in the morning, afternoon breeze, high around 62°F.
Saturday night: Clear, breezy, low of about 35°F.
Sunday: Sunny, breezy, high near 63°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 31°F, high around 62°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 63°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Today is predicted to be the last full day of offshore flow. Warm temperatures should begin to subside tomorrow as onshore winds resume and a low pressure system approaches. The weekend is looking cold and may be windy as well in the Temecula Valley.

Today: Mostly sunny, becoming partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 69 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, breezy, low near 48°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, breezy, high of about 77°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, patchy low clouds and fog after midnight, low near 49°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 65°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, breezy, low of about 42°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, breezy, high near 58°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, breezy, low around 39°F, high around 64°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 61°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.

Warmer temperatures are in store through Thursday, thanks to high pressure aloft. Weak surface level high pressure will have the effect of breezy conditions, even during nights and mornings. As a low pressure system approaches, temperatures are expected to cool considerably for the weekend, with lows in the 30's and highs barely reaching into the 60's.

Today: Sunny, breezy, high near 74°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 38 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, breezy, low near 49°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, breezy, high of about 79°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy then clearing, breezy, low near 48°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 71°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog after midnight, low of about 48°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 62°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, breezy, low around 43°F, high around 61°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, breezy, high of about 61°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, breezy, high near 61°F.

High pressure combined with weak offshore flow should lead to warmer, breezy conditions in the Temecula Valley over the next few days. Temperatures may reach into the 80's by Wednesday, and we may get a light breeze during the nights and mornings. Cooling is predicted by the weekend as a low pressure system approaches.

Today: Partly cloudy, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, breezy, low near 45°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, breezy, low near 49°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 81°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 47°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Friday: Sunny, breezy, low around 48°F, high around 63°F.
Saturday: Sunny, breezy, high of about 60°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, breezy, high near 62°F.

I've placed a section on the left hand side of the main page which will contain the current temperature reading of all nearby weather stations, which now includes Murrieta and soon will include more locations. Ultimately these will also be linked to the individual site pages. There will be improvements in layout to the Temecula pages coming up.

The main front of the storm has past early this morning, but showers will linger across the Temecula Valley today, especially this morning. Rainfall from this latest storm so far is 0.27". High pressure is predicted to build over the region Monday and Tuesday, and should lead to warmer days through Wednesday.

Today: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of scattered showers, partly cloudy with a chance of showers in the afternoon, high near 61°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 29 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, breezy, low near 45°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 65°F.
Monday night: Clear, breezy, low near 46°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 74°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, low of about 50°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 50°F, high around 69°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.

It's taken quite a while to accomplish, but weather data capture from Murrieta, WeatherCurrents' second site, began yesterday evening. The installation isn't complete; rain and wind data are still to come. Temperature, humidity, and pressure are currently being recorded. For now, the current temperature in Murrieta will be available on the left hand side of this page. Sometime in the next two weeks, the Murrieta pages should finally appear on the WeatherCurrents.com site.

A cold front moves through tonight, bringing with the the threat of more showers into Sunday. Rainfall totals are expected to be less than quarter of an inch in the Temecula Valley. The weather is predicted to be fair into the week after the storm, with sunny skies (for the most part) and warmer temperatures

Today: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, a few sprinkles possible, high near 64°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 29 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, a slight chance of showers before midnight, 40% chance of showers after midnight. low near 42°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, then partly cloudy in the afternoon. high of about 60°F.
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy, low near 41°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 65°F.
Monday night: Clear, low of about 44°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 45°F, high around 74°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.

More showers after midnight have brought the totals from yesterday's storm up to just over 3/4 of an inch. The Temecula Valley should dry out from here, with just a small chance of rain Saturday night and Sunday morning from a storm passing to the north. High pressure is predicted to build over the region early next week which should lead to some warming.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 64°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy then clearing, low near 42°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 43°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 69°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, low of about 46°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers in the morning, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 44°F, high around 72°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 77°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.

10:29pm: During the thunderstorm this afternoon in part of the Temecula Valley, reported in the western area near Ynez and Pauba Roads, a funnel cloud was seen in the sky. Pictures contributed by Sue Keller show it ascending back up into the sky.

10:05pm: More pictures of smoke and flames from the Mountain Fire's first day have been contributed.

More than half an inch of rain is on the ground in the Temecula Valley, and more is possible through tonight as showers continue. A couple of dry days are predicted tomorrow and Friday, then clouds are expected to move back in Saturday and Sunday for a slight chance of showers. Warmer weather and sunshine returns next week.

Today: Mostly cloudy, numerous showers, high near 61°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, low near 47°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 42°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 70°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 42°F.
Saturday: Becoming mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers, afternoon breeze, low around 42°F, high around 67°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.

A decent chance of showers and rainfall begins tonight, with scattered showers expected. Over a quarter inch of rain is predicted in the Temecula Valley through Wednesday night. Some warming is expected after the storm moves out, with mostly sunny skies through the weekend and high temperatures creeping back up into the 70's by Monday.

Today (Veteran's Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, 40% chance of showers after midnight, low near 50°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, 50% chance of scattered showers, high of about 64°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, low near 43°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 67°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 42°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 44°F, high around 67°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 77°F.

Low pressure and cool weather continues through Wednesday with a chance of showers mainly on Tuesday night and Wednesday. After that, the weather should begin to clear and warm up as high pressure replaces the slow-moving low pressure systems that have been coming through the region for the past week and half.

Today: Partly cloudy, a few sprinkle possible this morning, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 49°F.
Tuesday (Veteran's Day): Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, low near 47°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, high around 64°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers in the evening, low of about 43°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 45°F, high around 70°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 74°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.

A slow moving low pressure system continues to bring with it a threat of scattered showers today. The clouds continue through Wednesday, with another chance of light rain or scattered showers Tuesday and Wednesday. The weather is predicted to be fair after that, with sunshine and warmer temperature the rest of the week into next weekend.

Today: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, high near 70°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 48°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low near 45°F.
Tuesday (Veteran's Day): Increasing cloudiness, 20% chance of showers, high around 66°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, low of about 45°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, high near 64°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 67°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

The expected scattered showers are delayed until tomorrow but we could see a few sprinkles in the Temecula Valley today and tonight as the vanguard of a weak storm front starts to move in. Scattered showers are possible Sunday and Monday, and possibly again on Wednesday as another front moves in. Full sunshine should return late next week.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, a few sprinkles possible, high near 69°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers after midnight, low near 48°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, high of about 65°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, low near 48°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, high around 64°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 45°F.
Tuesday (Veteran's Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 64°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, low around 46°F, high around 65°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.

Another internet access outage last night led to a manual reset of my cable modem this morning just after 5am. The latest outage began at midnight.

The storm systems coming through over the next several days will generally be weak, and shouldn't result in much rain for the Temecula Valley. Monday's storm may be stronger. High temperatures will continue to remain below normal through the next week.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 61 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, then mostly cloudy with a 20% chance of showers after midnight, low near 48°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, high of about 62°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, low near 48°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, high around 64°F.
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers, low of about 48°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 62°F.
Tuesday (Veteran's Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 64°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.

Fair weather today, with slightly warmer temperatures, will give way to scattered showers for the weekend. The best chance of showers is predicted for Friday night and Saturday, and rainfall totals should be less than an inch. Clearing and some warming is predicted by the middle of next week.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 47°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 65°F.
Friday night: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of showers, low near 49°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, 50% chance of showers, high around 62°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, low of about 47°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high near 64°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 46°F, high around 63°F.
Tuesday (Veteran's Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 63°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.

Apologies for missing yesterday's forecast. Temperatures will stay well below normal through the next week, with highs in the mid 60's expected most days. A slight warming trend is currently place that should take high temperatures up to near 70°F Thursday afternoon, but a low pressure system is predicted to bring cooling and a chance of showers Friday through Monday. Another warming trend should begin Monday.

Today: Mostly sunny, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 43°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low near 46°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, high around 65°F.
Friday night: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, low of about 48°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 63°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 43°F, high around 65°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high of about 67°F.
Tuesday (Veteran's Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.

A weak cold front moves through the region today, bringing with it a slight chance of showers. Unseasonally cool temperatures are predicted to continue through next weekend, with another cold front expected later in the week and chance of showers again Thursday through Sunday.

Today: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, high near 62°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 63 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, low near 44°F.
Tuesday (Election Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 43°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 45°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers, afternoon breeze, high near 65°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers, afternoon breeze, low around 45°F, high around 65°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers, afternoon breeze, high of about 65°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 65°F.

Deep marine layers, lot of clouds, and another cold front with chance of showers are in our near future. Another storm will move through the region Monday and Monday night, and there may be scattered showers. High temperatures will stay down in the low-to-mid 60's for the first part of the week, then rise to the mid-to-upper 60's into next weekend. Low temperatures will remain very cool in the 40's. Yet another cold front and chance of showers is on the horizon for next weekend.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 64°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 43°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, high of about 62°F.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, low near 44°F.
Tuesday (Election Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 64°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 43°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Thursday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 65°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.

October, 2003 is going to be a month we're going to remember for a while, after it culminated in some of the worst local fires ever experienced. Surprisingly enough, although it was an unusually hot month, October, 1999 was even a little warmer (although that's largely because the last three days of this past October were so cool). The fires were preceded by an amazing string of hot days that helped set the stage for them, including the latest 100 degree day in TemeculaWeather.com's five year history, October 22nd. I am truly sorry for those family and friends who have had loved ones perish in the fires, and I wish those who lost their homes the best of luck in rebuilding.

With the precipitation today, I've noticed a bug in the Hourly Summary page, which I'll attend to at the soonest opportunity

Some welcome rain has already fallen this morning, and the Temecula Valley may receive more today and again on Monday. The entire week is predicted to be cool with high temperatures not getting out of the 60's and intermittently cloudy conditions.

Today: Mostly cloudy, scattered showers (50% chance), high near 63°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 44°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low near 42°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, high around 62°F.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy, low of about 44°F.
Tuesday (Election Day): Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 64°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 66°F.
Thursday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 65°F.
Friday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.

Happy Halloween! The weather has turned around in a hurry from hot, dry and windy to cool and cloudy, with a chance of rain. Hopefully the better conditions will continue to aid those fighting the fires to the south and north. Rain is likely tonight, and may soak trick-or-treaters. More on that later in the day. Rain is also likely Saturday, and possible again on Monday.

Today: Mostly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers, high near 64°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 67 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 60% chance of rain, low near 47°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, 60% chance of rain, high of about 64°F.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy, low near 43°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 41°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, high near 70°F.
Tuesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 41°F, high around 70°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Thursday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.

After weeks of fall heat, cumulating in a terrible, tragic fire season, the weather is changing. Yesterday's cool temperatures will be even cooler today, with drizzle possible due a deep marine layer. There is a chance of showers through Saturday, as high temperatures continue to fall and nights and mornings get chilly. The sun is predicted to return Sunday, but temperatures aren't expected to rebound much.

Today: Mostly cloudy with drizzle possible, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 89 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with a slight (20%) chance of showers, low near 46°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Friday night: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, low near 47°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, high around 64°F.
Saturday night: Areas of night and morning clouds and fog, low of about 43°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Monday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 42°F, high around 70°F.
Tuesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Wednesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.

8:38am: I've posted two new pictures and the latest Mountain Fire story updates.

I've discovered another set of fire pictures that was sent to me Sunday evening in an email box I no longer regularly use. One of those pictures will make it onto the site today. This set was taken more than an hour earlier than the others, and show a much smaller fire footprint.

Smoke, ash and bad air quality will be the predominant conditions today as fallout from the devastating fires in Southern California continues. The weather is predicted to get dramatically cooler, with highs in the low 80's today, going all the way down ino the 60's on Friday. The Temecula Valley may even get some drizzle Thursday and Friday.

Today: Mostly sunny with smoke, afternoon breeze, high near 82°F.
Predicted air quality is unhealthy for sensitive groups, AQI: 139 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then mostly cloudy with fog, low near 51°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy with drizzle possible, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Thursday night: Mostly cloudy with drizzle possible, low near 46°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy with drizzle possible, afternoon breeze, high around 67°F.
Friday night: Mostly cloudy, low of about 47°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.
Sunday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 73°F.
Monday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Tuesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.

10:57am: Full containment of the Mountain Fire occurred this morning, according to the City of Temecula. Thirty-one homes are reported destroyed.

9:05am: The Mountain Fire page has been updated with links to the latest Californian newspaper articles. Other news to follow as it becomes available.

Yesterday was by far the busiest day in TemeculaWeather.com history as we had over 2000 visitors make over 5500 page views. At many points in the day more than 100 people were active on the site. Most of them came seeking information on the Mountain Fire in the northeastern part of the Temecula Valley, which was not well covered by the news media. I'll continue to post articles of interest and new information today.

Smoke from the fires will continue to be a problem today, but a cooling trend has begun which should help the firefighters tame all of the wildfires. High temperatures should be in the upper 80's today in the Temecula Valley, falling to only 70°F by Friday under cloudy skies. Onshore flow will be increasing and we could see fog in the inland valleys by Wednesday night.

Today: Sunny with smoke, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Predicted air quality is unhealthy for sensitive groups, AQI: 139 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low near 51°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Wednesday night: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low near 52°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 73°F.
Thursday night: Mostly cloudy, low of about 43°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy then clearing, afternoon breeze, low around 42°F, high around 73°F.
Sunday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 74°F.
Monday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.

11:11am:The City of Temecula link now works, apologies for that. That's the second time this morning I've blown a link.

10:59am:The City of Temecula is posting fire information, including evacuated areas. I've posted one new photo, from Glen Oaks Hills last night.

9:27 am: I've received photos of our local fire, and have posted a story. Any other updated information or photos would be appreciated, please submit them.

A fire in the eastern part of the Temecula Valley, coupled with fires in San Diego and San Bernardino counties, will bring another day of bad air quality to the Temecula Valley. Many homes and other structures have unfortunately been lost in these fires. The Santa Ana conditions should calm later today, and a cooling trend will begin which will take temperatures all the way down into the 70's by Thursday and should aid the firefighters attempting to control the wildfires.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, northeast winds and areas of smoke possible, high near 95°F.
Predicted air quality is unhealthy for sensitive groups, AQI: 127 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, areas of smoke possible, low near 50°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, low near 50°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 81°F.
Wednesday night: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 49°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Friday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 48°F, high around 73°F.
Saturday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Sunday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

The Temecula Valley is getting breeze from the east, but may not experience the Santa Ana winds of other areas in the region. There was smoke from the Grand Prix fire yesterday afternoon and evening, and other fires are burning out of control in San Diego county, so there may be more smoke over the valley today. Expect the heat to continue for the next couple of days before a dramatic cooling trend is expected, one that is predicted take local high temperatures down into the mid-70's by Halloween.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, northeast winds and areas of smoke possible, high near 97°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 89 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, northeast winds and areas of smoke possible, low near 56°F.
Monday: Sunny and hot, northeast winds and areas of smoke possible, high of about 96°F.
Monday night: Clear, low near 51°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 87°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, low of about 50°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.
Thursday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 49°F, high around 75°F.
Friday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 74°F.
Saturday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.

Strong Santa Ana winds are expected in the region, especially tonight and Sunday. Smoke from local fires may cause problems today and tomorrow, but the main problems are mostly north of us for now. The heat continues into the middle of next week, when it looks like we'll finally get a break.

Today: Sunny and hot, northeast winds possible, high near 97°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 71 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, northeast winds possible, low near 56°F.
Sunday: Sunny and hot, northeast winds possible, high of about 100°F.
Sunday night: Clear, breezy, low near 60°F.
Monday: Sunny and hot, northeast winds possible, high around 98°F.
Monday night: Clear, low of about 52°F.
Tuesday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 52°F, high around 91°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Friday: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.

The combination of strong upper level high pressure and surface level high pressure over the Great Basin should continue the most extended period of fall heat in five years of TemeculaWeather.com beyond the coming weekend. More triple digit days may be in the offing, and santa ana winds are predicted as well, so expect very dry weather and possibly gusty winds in the Temecula Valley, along with near-record heat. Conditions aren't expected to cool much until the middle of next week.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, northeast winds possible, high near 98°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 71 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, north winds possible, low near 53°F.
Saturday: Sunny and hot, northeast winds possible, high of about 98°F.
Saturday night: Clear, breezy, low near 55°F.
Sunday: Sunny and hot, northeast winds possible, high around 101°F.
Sunday night: Clear, windy, low of about 55°F.
Monday: Sunny and hot, breezy, high near 99°F.
Tuesday: Sunny and hot, breezy, low around 50°F, high around 98°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, breezy, high of about 94°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, breezy, high near 92°F.

The Temecula Valley should get a break from triple digit heat, at least until the weekend. A low pressure system passing by to the north should bring temperatures down today. Weak offshore flow begins influencing the local weather on Friday, and may bring wrong way winds to the region through Monday. Temperatures are predicted to be hot again by Saturday.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 67 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 53°F.
Friday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 94°F.
Friday night: Clear, breezy, low near 56°F.
Saturday: Sunny and hot, northeast winds possible, high around 96°F.
Saturday night: Clear, breezy, low of about 53°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 97°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 54°F, high around 97°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 94°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

High pressure should weaken a little over the next couple of days and bring a welcome break from the hot autumn weather we've been having. Temperatures are predicted to challenge triple digits again today, but Thursday through Saturday look better, with temperatures dropping off to around 90°F. Offshore winds are expected to develop later this weekend, however, and should bring back a lot of the heat we've been experiencing.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 67 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then patchy low clouds and fog late, low near 59°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 52°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 90°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog after midnight, low of about 52°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 54°F, high around 97°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 97°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 97°F.

9:20 pm: Yesterday's missing high is reported by the weather station that feeds this web site as 102°F (it doesn't have tenths of a degree precision in that mode). Today's high was 101.5°F. Both days were scorching!

1:28pm: The hard drive in the capture machine was replaced last night, while another machine took over capture duties for the interim. As of 8:30am this morning, the capture machine resumed its normal duties, with new hard drive. Due to all the work, I was unable to get a forecast out today.

Yesterday's high was likely over 100°F. I'll report the actual high reading for yesterday from the weather station tonight; I have to retrieve it from the display. A second weather station I currently run in parallel for testing (the major difference is that the thermometer is in the shade but unshielded) reported a high of 107°F yesterday. Note that on hot days the difference between the shielded and unshielded equipment can be as much as 8°F (the unshielded equipment always registers higher in the afternoon).

10:25am: Looks like the hard disk on the capture machine is giving trouble again. I unfortunately didn't have enough time to complete replacing it this weekend, and as a result readings from 10:16am may be the last until later tonight, when I will make sure it's replaced this time.

More hot weather is expected today with triple digit heat predicted. For the curious, the latest 100°F day of the fall season was October 21, 1999. Strong high pressure is predicted to break down in a couple of days, and cooling will ensue. Offshore winds are possible next weekend.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 100°F.


Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 58 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 55°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 98°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low near 54°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 90°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog after midnight, low of about 51°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 51°F, high around 87°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Strong high pressure aloft will keep the days hot into the first half of the week. Parts of the Temecula Valley may continue to challenge triple digits. A low pressure system will begin to impact the weather starting Tuesday night, with night and morning low clouds and fog predicted through Friday and low temperatures.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 69 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 55°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 97°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low near 55°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 97°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog after midnight, low of about 55°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Thursday: Areas of low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 51°F, high around 86°F.
Friday: Areas of low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.

Some weather data was lost yesterday afternoon due to a failing hard disk on my capture system, so view yesterday's high suspiciously, it was probably even hotter. I'm in the process of replacing the hard drive today to prevent further problems like yesterday's and another system crash on September 20th, which I believe was due to the same thing.

Hot afternoons and cool mornings, courtesy of high pressure aloft, are predicted through Tuesday. The skies are expected to be clear day and night until Tuesday night, when night and morning low clouds and fog may return A cooling trend should begin Thursday, taking afternoon temperatures out of the 90's in the Temecula Valley.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.


Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 69 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 56°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low near 56°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 95°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 56°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Wednesday: Patchy low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 56°F, high around 92°F.
Thursday: Areas of low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Friday: Areas of low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
The Temecula Valley is predicted to stay very warm, with temperatures into the 90's during the daytime, into this weekend and beyond. Upper level high pressure should stay intact for much of the next week, weakening next Wednesday and Thursday.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 63 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low near 54°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 54°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 93°F.
Sunday night: Clear, low of about 54°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 54°F, high around 93°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.

The cooling we've had over the last few days should be over as upper level high pressure builds and a mild warming trend begins. High temperatures should gradually increase to around 90°F by Sunday. Nights and mornings are predicted to continue to stay cool; this morning's low of 49°F is the coolest since May 16th.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, then patchy low clouds and fog late, low near 53°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Friday night: Clear, then partly cloudy, low near 53°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 86°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 54°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 54°F, high around 89°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.

Suffered another internet service outage at the house yesterday afternoon for about four and a half hours. That's the third major service interruption since switching to cable modem access a couple of weeks ago, and the first one that occurred during the day.

Weak upper level high pressure continues, leading to another clear, very warm day today in the Temecula Valley. Weak onshore flow may bring low clouds and fog inland beginning tonight and over the next couple of days, and should provide some cooling. Very warm weather is predicted to resume over the weekend as high pressure rebuilds.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 63 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, then patchy low clouds and fog late, low near 59°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, then patchy low clouds and fog late, low near 61°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 87°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 61°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 61°F, high around 88°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

Continued very warm weather today as high pressure continues above the region. A cooling trend should begin by Wednesday that is predicted to take high temperatures down into the 80's and send low clouds and fog into the Temecula Valley for a couple of nights and mornings. High pressure aloft is expected to build again into next weekend.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low near 61°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, then patchy low clouds and fog late, low near 61°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 87°F.
Wednesday night: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 61°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 61°F, high around 88°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.

High pressure aloft should warm up the Temecula Valley near or into the 90's over the next couple of days. A cooling trend begins Tuesday and onshore flow is predicted to take over for most of the rest of the week. Other than tonight, clear nights and mornings aren't expected to return until next weekend.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 61 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 58°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, then patchy low clouds and fog late, low near 58°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 87°F.
Tuesday night: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 58°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Thursday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 86°F.
Friday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.

The next few days should be warm, sunny and dry as high pressure aloft pushes the marine layer out of the Temecula Valley. The middle of next week the low clouds and fog may return, although likely not like we've had this past week.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 82°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 65 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 56°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low near 54°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 84°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 53°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Wednesday: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 53°F, high around 83°F.
Thursday: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Friday: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.

The threat of showers over the weekend is out of the forecast, as the upper level low has not advanced north to our area as originally expected. Instead, we should see fair and mild weather over the next week with high temperatures in the 80's, near normal. Saturday and Tuesday are predicted to be the warmest days as offshore flow may affect the region those two days.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 65 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 59°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 84°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 57°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 82°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 56°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 82°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 56°F, high around 85°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.

The National Weather Service is reporting widespread fog this morning, although the southern part of the Temecula Valley does not seem to be affected. Yesterday was much warmer than anticipated, the warmest day of October so far, but an upper level low should cool things down a little today into the weekend. A chance of showers is still predicted for Sunday.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 82°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, then areas of low clouds and fog, low near 58°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 80°F.
Friday night: Variably cloudy, then areas of low clouds and fog, low near 59°F.
Saturday: Variably cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 82°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 57°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high near 82°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 56°F, high around 82°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 79°F.

Today should be sunny and a little bit warmer as a weak high pressure system is in the area. Low pressure, though, is expected to funnel the remains of Hurricane Nora our way sometime this weekendi, much later than first predicted. A slight chance of showers is now in the forecast for Saturday and Sunday.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then patchy low clouds and fog, low near 61°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low near 59°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 82°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 60°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high near 81°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers, low around 58°F, high around 81°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.

There is a dense fog advisory in effect this morning, and parts of the Temecula Valley have bad visibility. The fog should lift later this morning, and the rest of the day is predicted to be partly cloudy. Partly cloudy conditions prevail throughout the next week, with the possibility of some moisture funneled in by high level low pressure.

Today: Dense patchy fog, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.


Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 60°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 61°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers, high around 81°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 59°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high near 82°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 57°F, high around 82°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 82°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.
An upper level low system may draw in tropical moisture and linger through Friday. The best chance of showers is Tuesday and Wednesday. High temperatures are predicted to continue to hover around 80°F. Some warming and clearing is predicted into next weekend.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 79°F.


Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 59°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon, high of about 80°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon, low near 59°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon, high around 81°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 59°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 59°F, high around 82°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 83°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.
Cable modem internet access was knocked out again last night for a few hours. They're doing upgrades for about another week or so, so it may happen again. The really annoying thing about it is that the cable modem doesn't seem to automatically recover when the connection comes back up. I ended up having to restart the connection early this morning to get it back online.

Another note: I've begun to slowly modify the pages on the site to conform to the HTML 4.01 standard for web content, which was released in 1999. Amazingly enough, a small fraction of you out there are still connecting with Internet Explorer versions 4.0 and 5.0, which don't totally support the HTML/CSS standards that the site is increasingly based on. If you've using one of those old web browsers, you should consider upgrading. You'll still see the site, but some things on certain pages (especially the archive) will appear out of place. Soon I will put a blurb on the site somewhere that recommends that the site is best viewed with Internet Explorer 5.5 or greater, Netscape 6.2 or greater, or Opera 7.0 or greater.

Today should turn out much like yesterday, warm but pleasant. Remnants of Hurricane Nora are predicted to complicate Tuesday and Wednesday, mixing with an upper low. The Temecula Valley could see showers or thunderstorms either day, or perhaps not at all. The low moves out late in the week and next weekend currently looks sunny and a little warmer.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.


Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and after midnight, low near 56°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 79°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low near 58°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon, high around 79°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 58°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon, high near 80°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 57°F, high around 80°F.
Friday: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 80°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.
We've begun fall with below normal temperatures, and the trend is expected to continue into the next week, with a deep marine layer spilling into the Temecula Valley and beyond. A weak high pressure system may make today and tomorrow slightly warmer than the past couple of days, but an upper level low is predicted to dominate next week's weather. Even some warming late next week will keep high temperatures under normal, so enjoy the unseasonally mild weather.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 78°F.


Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then partly cloudy late, low near 54°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 77°F.
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy, then areas of fog after midnight, low near 55°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 74°F.
Monday night: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 55°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Wednesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 54°F, high around 79°F.
Thursday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 80°F.
Friday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.
The data feed is back on the cable internet access as of last night, and connectivity is working fine as of this writing. Apparently there were disruptions in many of the cable areas over the past few nights.

The weather is predicted to stay cool for a while with highs mostly in the 70's over the next week. Upper level low pressure is causing a deep marine layer and thus mornings in the Temecula Valley should be mostly cloudy with afternoon clearing. A little warming is predicted towards the end of next week.

Today: Mostly cloudy with fog, becoming partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.


Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, then areas of fog after midnight, low near 54°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 78°F.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy, then areas of fog after midnight, low near 54°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 78°F.
Sunday night: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 54°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Tuesday: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 54°F, high around 76°F.
Wednesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 79°F.
Thursday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.
Some problems were experienced last night and today with the new cable internet access. As a result, the data feed is temporarily back on the wireless internet access. Unfortunately, due to the problems, I was unable to publish a forecast today.
Yesterday I switched internet providers at the house. The wireless internet I've been using has been inconsistent the past couple of months, and I've switched to cable modem access, which is brand new to my area. Hopefully there will be fewer problems.

A cooling trend with plenty of onshore flow is underway, as is witnessed by low clouds and fog the past few mornings. High temperatures are predicted to decline from the mid-80's today down to the mid-to-upper 70's on Friday. High pressure rebuilds for a little warmer start to next week.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.


Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 59°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 82°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, then areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 59°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 76°F.
Friday night: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 58°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 79°F.
Sunday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 82°F.
Monday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 82°F.
Tuesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.
Low clouds and fog are predicted to be present in some areas of the Temecula Valley and certainly to the west as September draws to a close. Temperatures should continue to be mild as weak high pressure stays intact and combines with weak onshore flow. A low pressure system is due later this week for even more clouds and high temperatures in the low 80's.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 58 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 59°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, then areas late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 59°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 85°F.
Wednesday night: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 59°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.
Friday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 81°F.
Saturday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Sunday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.

Continued warm weather today as high pressure remains aloft, then weakening the rest of this week. As high pressure weakens over the region, low clouds and fog are predicted to creep back into the Temecula Valley, and we should experience milder days. High temperatures are expected to fall gradually into next weekend.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, except for patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 61°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, except for patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 60°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 87°F.
Tuesday night: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 60°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Thursday: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 84°F.
Friday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 82°F.
Saturday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.

Seasonal weather is expected this weekend with high temperatures near 90°F in the Temecula Valley. High pressure loses steam early next week, and a gradual decline in high temperatures is predicted over the week, down the low 80's by Friday.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, except for patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 59°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, except for patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 59°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 87°F.
Monday night: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 59°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Wednesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 59°F, high around 84°F.
Thursday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 84°F.
Friday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.

A warming trend continues into this weekend, with high temperatures in the Temecula Valley back in the 90's on Saturday. Low clouds and fog should stay out of the area until Sunday night, when high pressure aloft begins to fade. Next week is predicted to be mild with highs in the 80's.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 61°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 61°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 89°F.
Sunday night: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 60°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Tuesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 59°F, high around 85°F.
Wednesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 84°F.
Thursday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.

The threat of showers is out of the forecast for today in the Temecula Valley. Showers are still possible in the mountains and deserts, however. High pressure aloft is developing, and the weather is predicted to warm up to about 90°F over the weekend, then drop early next week as the high moves off.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then patchy low clouds and fog after midnight, low near 61°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, then patchy low clouds and fog after midnight, low near 60°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 90°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 58°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Monday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 86°F.
Tuesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 84°F.
Wednesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 82°F.

A chance of light rain is in the forecast today and tomorrow due to remnants from Tropical Storm Marty. The moisture and unstable air may bring thunderstorms to the mountains as well. Falling pressure means lower temperatures until the weekend, when high pressure begins to rebuild.

Today: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers, low near 61°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low near 61°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 84°F.
Friday night: Clear, low of about 60°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 87°F.
Monday: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 84°F.
Tuesday: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.

After two triple digit days in a row, it will still be hot on the first day of fall, but with some cloud cover as remnants of Tropical Storm Marty make it up into the region. The weather should be dramatically cooler beginning Wednesday as high pressure departs, and there may be scattered showers and thunderstorms Thursday and Friday as a result of unstable tropical storm remnants.

Today: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 98°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 61°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 60°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers or thunderstorms, afternoon breeze, high around 86°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, chance of showers or thunderstorms, low of about 61°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers or thunderstorms, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 59°F, high around 87°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.

Hot weather continues today, on the last full day of summer, and tomorrow, the first day of fall, with two more triple digit days predicted. They would follow yesterday's high 101.0°F, the seventh of this year. Cooling is expected to set in for the rest of the week, with highs in the 80's through next weekend.

Today: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 102°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 65 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low near 57°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 100°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, low near 61°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 88°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 60°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 61°F, high around 81°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.

More hot days are expected through the start of fall on Tuesday as high pressure dominates the local weather. Remnants of Hurricane Marty are expected Wednesday and Thursday. Next weekend looks cooler with some cloud cover predicted.

Today: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 97°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low near 60°F.
Monday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 97°F.
Monday night: Clear, low near 61°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 95°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 61°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 61°F, high around 90°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.

A capture computer crash yesterday evening caused a loss of data between just before 5pm to around 7:30pm. This was the largest data gap in a very long time, and I'm still not sure what the cause was.

The last weekend of summer is shaping up to be hot during the day and cool at night, a weather pattern that's normal for this time of year. No low clouds or fog are predicted to progress inland as high pressure aloft continues into early next week. Look for some cooling Tuesday and beyond. Autumnal equinox is at 3:27am on Tuesday, September 23rd.

Today: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 61 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low near 57°F.
Sunday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 97°F.
Sunday night: Clear, low near 56°F.
Monday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 95°F.
Monday night: Clear, low of about 55°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 55°F, high around 91°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.

High pressure aloft is going to continue and this weekend will be warmer than was thought even yesterday. Highs are expected to be well into the 90's today and through the weekend in the Temecula Valley. When high pressure weakens towards the middle of next week, onshore flow is predicted to resume.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low near 58°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 94°F.
Saturday night: Clear, low near 59°F.
Sunday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 95°F.
Sunday night: Clear, low of about 59°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 91°F.
Wednesday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Thursday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.

More seasonal fair weather is on the way, with predicted high temperatures mostly in the 80's in the Temecula Valley over the next week. Look for low clouds and fog to be absent some mornings, though, especially this weekend.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low near 58°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Friday night: Clear, low near 59°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 89°F.
Saturday night: Clear, low of about 60°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Monday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 59°F, high around 89°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Wednesday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.

Weak high pressure is predicted to continue over the next week and that means more fair weather like we've been having over the past several days. High temperatures are expected to be slightly below normal, and low clouds and fog in the early morning should continue most days. Some minor warming is predicted for the weekend.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then patchy early morning low clouds and fog, low near 60°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Thursday night: Clear, then patchy early morning low clouds and fog, low near 59°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 88°F.
Friday night: Clear, low of about 59°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 90°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Tuesday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.

A cooling trend is predicted over the next couple of days as the morning marine layer deepens. High pressure should rebuild by the weekend, bringing with it warmer high temperatures. Low temperatures should continue to stay down in the upper fiftys, however, which is normal for this time of year.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, then areas of morning low clouds and fog, low near 58°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Wednesday night: Clear, then patchy early morning low clouds and fog, low near 58°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 86°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 58°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 57°F, high around 90°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

The marine layer is predicted to deepen the next couple of days in the Temecula Valley and should help to hold high temperatures down. Upper level high pressure rebuilds beginning Wednesday and should warm things up and clear things out going into next weekend.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then areas of early morning low clouds and fog, low near 57°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, then areas of early morning low clouds and fog, low near 58°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 85°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 58°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 86°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.

Weak high pressure above the region is allowing onshore flow, in the form of low clouds, to enter the Temecula Valley each morning. High temperatures should continue to be mild and slightly below normal as the weather pattern is predicted to continue through next weekend.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, then patchy early morning low clouds and fog, low near 58°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Monday night: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 57°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 86°F.
Tuesday night: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 58°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Thursday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 85°F.
Friday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Saturday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.

Apologies for missing the forecast yesterday. Summer weather appears to be starting to wane now as September wears on, with no predicted high temperures up into the 90's in Temecula over the next week. A mixture of weak high pressure aloft and weak onshore flow is responsible for the relatively mild weather predictions. The main fluctuation may be the depth and breadth of the marine layer, which is predicted to make it out to the Temecula Valley nearly every morning.

Today: Sunny, breezy, high near 87°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, then patchy early morning low clouds and fog, low near 60°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Sunday night: Clear, then patchy early morning low clouds and fog, low near 60°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 87°F.
Monday night: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 60°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Tuesday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 59°F, high around 85°F.
Wednesday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Thursday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.

The offshore flow is expected to be weak, so we probably won't see any northeast winds in the Temecula Valley. Today will be warmer, though, and is predicted to stay in the 90's through the weekend. Onshore flow resumes early next week with low clouds, fog, and cooler days.

Today: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 91°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, northeast winds possible, low near 63°F.
Friday: Sunny and hot, northeast winds possible, high of about 95°F.
Friday night: Clear, low near 63°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 92°F.
Saturday night: Clear, low of about 64°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Monday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 88°F.
Tuesday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Wednesday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.

More low clouds and fog in the Temecula Valley this morning, soon to be replaced with what might be the first wrong way winds of the season. Surface high pressure in the great basin is expected to cause Santa Ana wind conditions starting tonight and lasting through Friday. The winds may or may not occur in the Temecula Valley, but probably will around the region. Temperatures today should remain mild much like yesterday, then warm into the weekend.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, northeast winds possible, low near 59°F.
Thursday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 92°F.
Thursday night: Clear, northeast winds possible, low near 58°F.
Friday: Sunny and hot, northeast winds possible, high around 95°F.
Friday night: Clear, low of about 61°F.
Saturday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 64°F, high around 90°F.
Monday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Monday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.

Low clouds and fog are in the Temecula Valley for the second straight morning, and the pattern should be with us through tomorrow. Today should be another mild day for summer, and tomorrow as well, then conditions are predicted to heat to near normal.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then patchy low clouds, fog, and drizzle, low near 61°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 83°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low near 61°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 89°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 62°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 61°F, high around 89°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.

A redesigned set of archive pages makes its debut today. It's completely different underneath (mainly to support multiple weather sites) but presents the same familiar data everyone is used to, plus some new things such as weather for individual days in the past (a long requested feature). Unlike in the past, all of the pages in the archive are now generated as they are requested, so they are updated to the minute. One warning: looking at individual days takes a while (as much as 30 seconds).

Low clouds and fog return to the Temecula Valley this morning as a low pressure system moves by to the north, dragging temperatures down with it. High temperatures may fall to the mid-80s Tuesday and Wednesday. High pressure rebuilds later this week and should bring temperatures back up to around 90°F.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog, low near 62°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog, low near 61°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 84°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 61°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 90°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.

After today, upper level low pressure should cool things down a little. Today will be another hot one, though, with temperatures in the mid-90's in the Temecula Valley. The low pressure system passing by to the north may also bring low clouds and fog inland over the next couple of nights and mornings.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog, low near 61°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog, low near 60°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 88°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 61°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 91°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

The web site has moved to a new server last night, this one located in a data center in Miami, Florida. A long way away from Temecula, but the price was right. As traffic gradually feeds over to the new system, you should notice no change in the content. As of this morning, nearly all connections were to the new server.

The high pressure system that has brought us a few hot days is starting to weaken, but the next two days will continue to be hot. Milder temperatures are predicted starting Monday, when an upper level low pressure system begins to move by to the north. Fog may be present in the Temecula Valley at night and in the morning.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 98°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 64°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 96°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog, low near 61°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 88°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog, low of about 61°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 90°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

Mostly clear conditions this morning are predicted to turn to partly cloudy conditions this afternoon, with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Flash flood warnings have been issued for the mountains. Cooling should occur by Sunday as upper level low pressure might bring the marine layer back to the Temecula Valley.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, then partly cloudy with a 20% chance of showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon, high near 96°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 64°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 95°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, then patchy low clouds and fog, low near 63°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 90°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, then patchy low clouds and fog, low of about 60°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Tuesday: Areas of low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 86°F.
Wednesday: Areas of low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

The monsoonal influence will be with us, but probably only in the form of clouds, for the next couple of days. Following that, a low pressure system is predicted to push the clouds out, and, as it takes hold, we should get morning low clouds and fog and much milder temperatures instead.

Today: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 65°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 96°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 64°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 94°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, then patchy low cloud and fog, low of about 62°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Monday: Areas of low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 85°F.
Tuesday: Areas of low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Wednesday: Areas of low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.

An internet service outage originating I believe at my ISP caused a series of problems with weather data reaching the web site yesterday afternoon and evening and early this morning. Data only intermittently reached the site in the interim. The problems appear to be resolved; the cause remains unknown. I've changed the main page to automatically display an alert message when the data is more than half an hour out of date as a result of this.

The Temecula Valley got a spattering of thunderstorms yesterday afternoon, but not enough moisture to register. More are expected this afternoon as monsoonal moisture comes west of the mountains again. A low pressure system is predicted to wipe out the current weather pattern by Sunday and bring heavy onshore flow and much cooler temperatures.

Today: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon, high near 94°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 66°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, in the afternoon, high of about 96°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 65°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 94°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 65°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Sunday: Patchy low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 88°F.
Monday: Areas of low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Tuesday: Areas of low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.

More clouds are expected through Thursday as monsoonal moisture affects mainly the mountains and deserts. There is a chance a few showers or thunderstorms could come west of the mountains, but that chance is very small. A low pressure system is due later this week and is predicted to bring drier air with it.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 65°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, in the afternoon, high of about 92°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 66°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 93°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 63°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 92°F.
Sunday: Patchy low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Monday: Patchy low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.

Monsoonal moisture is back, but showers and thunderstorms should remain east of the mountains for the most part, except perhaps Tuesday and Wednesday. Very warm weather continues through this latest monsoonal cycle. Drier, more seasonal weather is expected towards the end of the week.

Today (Labor Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 65°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, in the afternoon, high of about 94°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 65°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 93°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 64°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 63°F, high around 92°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

Onshore flow that has led to relatively mild summer weather should continue today. Tomorrow, however, high pressure begins to build over the four corners area and monsoonal clouds will return. No showers or thunderstorms are predicted, though; the moisture is predicted to stay east of the mountains.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 62°F.
Monday (Labor Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, in the afternoon, high of about 92°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low near 64°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 93°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 64°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 64°F, high around 93°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.

Weak low pressure is going to keep clouds away from the Temecula Valley (for the most part) over the next couple of days. High pressure is predicted to build after that, and the region could see a return to cloudier and warmer conditions for the rest of the next week.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 62°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, in the afternoon, high of about 90°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low near 63°F.
Monday (Labor Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 92°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 64°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 65°F, high around 94°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

Very little change in sunshine or temperatures over the next week as conditions stay near normal for this time of year. Weak high pressure over the region should keep the Temecula Valley and surrounding areas dry.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 60°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, in the afternoon, high of about 92°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 60°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 90°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 63°F.
Monday (Labor Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 90°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

Dry onshore flow should keep the skies clear and monsoonal moisture out of the Temecula Valley for at least the next several days. High temperatures are predicted to be near normal for the period. Chances of showers and thunderstorms should be decreasing in the deserts and mountains as well.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 62°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, in the afternoon, high of about 90°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 60°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 91°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 60°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Monday (Labor Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 63°F, high around 90°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.

More very warm weather and sunny days through Friday as monsoonal moisture stays east of the mountains. Remnants of Hurricane Ignacio may get pulled over the region this weekend, however. Temperatures are expected to remain at or near normal for the next week or so.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 66°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, in the afternoon, high of about 93°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 65°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 91°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 65°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 65°F, high around 89°F.
Monday (Labor Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.

The showers and thunderstorms should continue to be restricted to the mountains and deserts today, although a very slight chance of showers is possible for the Temecula Valley. Looking ahead, low pressure to the north is predicted to keep the remnants of Hurricane Ignacio from our area, although clouds are expected throughout the week.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 65°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, in the afternoon, high of about 91°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 64°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 91°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 64°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 64°F, high around 89°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Monday (Labor Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.

It's shaping up to be a humid week in the Temecula Valley under the double threat of monsoonal moisture and remnants from Hurricane Ignacio. The chance of showers the next couple of days is due to monsoonal moisture; moisture from Hurricane Ignacio isn't due in our area until mid week. Very warm summer days continue although nothing like yesterday's 99°F is predicted.

Today: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms, high near 94°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms, low near 66°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon, high of about 91°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms, low near 65°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 91°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 65°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 65°F, high around 90°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

Monsoonal moisture is back, and showers and thunderstorms are predicted to reach west of the mountains at times, especially tomorrow afternoon. High pressure in the four corners region is funneling the moisture our way. With the clouds will be the usual increase in humidity. The weather is predicted to clear out later next week.

Today: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms, high near 92°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms, low near 65°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon, high of about 90°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms, low near 65°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon, high around 90°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 64°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 64°F, high around 89°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.

High pressure is building again in the four corner regions, and that means slightly warmer days ahead. There's also monsoonal moisture lurking in the forecast, with a prediction for scattered showers and thunderstorms Monday afternoon. In general, though, the predicted temperatures for the next week look to be below what we've been experiencing in August to date.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 63°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low near 65°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon, high around 89°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 65°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 64°F, high around 88°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.

Apologies for missing the forecast yesterday. Low clouds and fog are in the Temecula Valley this morning, but should give way to a mild (for summer) day, with highs in the 80's. Low pressure should keep monsoonal moisture out for a few days, and will also keep the high temperatures under control. Some warming is predicted Sunday and beyond.

Today: Early morning low clouds, fog and drizzle, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog after midnight, low near 61°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 61°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 91°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 62°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 63°F, high around 89°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.

Monsoonal moisture that was responsible for floods in Southern Nevada yesterday is on its way to California, but the net effect on the Temecula Valley today might be an isolated shower or thunderstorm. Flash flood warnings have been issued for the mountains and deserts, however. The weather looks to be cooler than August has been to date in the foreseeable future.

Today: Mostly sunny, then partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon with a slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms, high near 93°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 65°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 64°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 91°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 62°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 91°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

The marine layer is deeper this morning but short of the Temecula Valley, and more hot days are in store ahead. Those heading towards the coast might notice overcast conditions, but the main weather effect inland is monsoonal moisture, which should remain to the east. Drier air is predicted by Sunday, with an accompanying bump in high temperatures.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 66°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 96°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low near 66°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 96°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 67°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 67°F, high around 98°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 98°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 98°F.

As high pressure over the four corners area weakens, the Temecula Valley should see some minor cooling, especially tomorrow. Otherwise, sunshine and hot temperatures continue to be the predominant forecast this week.

Today: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 97°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 63°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low near 63°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 95°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 65°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 65°F, high around 95°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 95°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.

11:00 am:Some revisions to the links today. There are new links to a comprehensive temperature forecast for Southern California by city, a link to the NWS marine forecast for those going boating in the ocean (by request), and a link to a series of weather calculators (for fun).

Continued hot days looking forward, with the hottest day predicted to be today. A few degrees of cooling is predicted into the middle of next week, then a few degrees of warming into next weekend. High temperatures should remain below the triple digit mark, however.

Today: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 64°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 95°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low near 63°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 93°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 63°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 65°F, high around 95°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 95°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.

Little change is predicted over the next week as the Temecula Valley continues to bake, challenging the triple digit mark each afternoon. We should see evidence of monsoonal moisture to the east each afternoon, and some evenings might be partly cloudy. Today would be the eleventh straight day with a high above 95°. The last time we had such a sustained heat wave was in August, 2000.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 99°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, then mostly clear, low near 66°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 98°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low near 65°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 98°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 65°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 98°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 65°F, high around 98°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 97°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.

Yesterday's massive power outage in the northeast brought access to the weather site down at approximately 1:20pm, until 3:30am this morning. WeatherCurrents.com/TemeculaWeather.com is currently hosted on a computer in a data center in New York City. Apparently some of the internet trunk lines were affected by the power outage. Everything seems to be okay now, but access to the site seems a little slow this morning.

Monsoonal moisture may cause showers or thunderstorms in the Temecula Valley today, but any measurable rain is unlikely. Based on the temperature predictions, today will likely be uncomfortably hot, with higher than normal humidity expected. The clouds and heat continue all the way into next week, with hot days and triple digit challenges predicted right down the line. Four out of the past five days have exceeded 100°F.

Today: Partly cloudy and hot, slight chance of showers or thunderstorms, afternoon breeze, high near 100°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 66°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 98°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low near 65°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 98°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 65°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 98°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 65°F, high around 98°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 98°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 98°F.

Triple digit day number four of the year was yesterday, and today threatens to be the fifth. Monsoonal moisture enters the picture later today, with clouds expected this afternoon, tomorrow and Saturday. There is a slight chance of showers or thunderstorms tomorrow night and Saturday, but most of the action should be concentrated in the foothills.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, becoming partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 99°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 65°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Friday night: Mostly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms, low near 65°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, slight (20%) chance of showers or thunderstorms, afternoon breeze, high around 93°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 63°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 95°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 95°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.

Another triple digit day is predicted today but temperatures should cool following today. Yesterday was the third 100° day of the year. There may be some clouds this morning but the afternoon is predicted to be mostly sunny. Looking forward, the high pressure system causing the hot weather is predicted to weaken, and temperatures should be milder by Friday.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 102°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 65°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 95°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low near 64°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 92°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 63°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 64°F, high around 93°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 94°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.

Monsoonal moisture is back, as evidenced yesterday and this morning. Lots of high clouds are in the forecast for the next week but no showers or thunderstorms are currently predicted for the Temecula Valley. Temperatures should stay very warm as high pressure weakens but stays in place, and the relative humidity should be higher than usual.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 61°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low near 62°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 92°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 63°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 64°F, high around 92°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.

Yesterday was the second 100° day of the year to date, and today looks only slightly cooler and may also top the triple digit mark. Strong high pressure should slowly break down after today, and the rest of the week looks cooler with onshore flow and periods of high clouds. This stretch of August that we're in is traditionally the hottest period of the year, with normal highs of 96°, and, not coincidentally, more triple digits days occur now than at any other time of year.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 98°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 64°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 94°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low near 61°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 92°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 62°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 63°F, high around 92°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.

Hot weather continues for the next couple of days, with potential for triple digit heat today and tomorrow. Cooling is predicted into next week after Monday, with onshore flow resuming and pushing out strong high pressure that's fueling the heat.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 100°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 62°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 97°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low near 63°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 94°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 60°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 61°F, high around 90°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.

High pressure over the American Southwest is responsible for the hot days we've been having, and a few more are in store. The weekend is predicted to be hot, with high temperatures near triple digits. Gradual cooling is expected starting Monday as onshore flow resumes.

Today: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 97°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 64°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 98°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low near 64°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 96°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 62°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Wednesday: Patchy low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 90°F.
Thursday: Patchy low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Friday: Patchy low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

Building high pressure over Southern California is going to lead to hot weather over the next several days, with one one triple digit day predicted (on Monday). Monsoonal moisture is predicted to intrude Saturday, but should be limited to a few clouds over the Temecula Valley. Some cooling is predicted starting Tuesday as onshore flow resumes.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 97°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 67 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 62°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 97°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 63°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 98°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 65°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 100°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 97°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 94°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.

Very normal summer weather is expected the over the next few days. This weekend may be a little warmer than normal as a high pressure system builds, but onshore flow will keep conditions dry. Little change is expected into next week.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 58°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 62°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 94°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 63°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 65°F, high around 91°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.

Significant clouds are out of the forecast for the foreseeable future, and sunshine should reign for the next week and perhaps beyond in the Temecula Valley. High temperatures should be at or slightly above normal, and conditions are predicted to remain dry.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 59°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 61°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 94°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 63°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 66°F, high around 94°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

High pressure is building across the region, and should bring hotter days in the near future. High clouds also are predicted, starting tomorrow and into the near future. High temperatures may warm to triple digits in the Temecula Valley this weekend.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 60°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 60°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 90°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 61°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 63°F, high around 96°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 97°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 97°F.

Dry onshore flow this week should translate into warm, sunny days with lower humidity than in the past couple of weeks. The marine layer is not expected to make it into the Temecula Valley, but the influence of the onshore flow is predicted to keep high temperatures slightly below normal.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low near 61°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, low near 61°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 89°F.
Wednesday night: Clear, low of about 61°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 92°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.

Fair weather today and next week, with slightly below normal temperatures due to low pressure aloft. Daytimes should be sunny; patchy low clouds and fog are possible in the morning. Very little change looking ahead into next week, into what is traditionally the hottest time of year.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, patchy low clouds and fog late, low near 61°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, patchy low clouds and fog late, low near 60°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 87°F.
Monday night: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 59°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Wednesday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 89°F.
Thursday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Friday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.

At an average temperature of 75.1°F, this past July was the warmest of the four Julys currently on record by almost 3°. August is typically the hottest month of the year in the Temecula Valley and in much of Southern California, and although the average high is 92.6°F, triple digit days are common.

A low pressure system moving through the region may mix with the monsoonal flow and produce some afternoon showers or thunderstorms, mainly in the mountains. After today, though, a normal summer weather pattern is predicted, with sunny days and warm temperatures approaching 90°F for this weekend. There may be some low clouds and fog in the Temecula Valley, though, especially next week.

Today: Partly cloudy, slight chance (20%) of showers or thunderstorms, high near 88°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, then mostly clear, low near 63°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Saturday night: Clear, low near 61°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 88°F.
Sunday night: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 60°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Tuesday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 59°F, high around 89°F.
Wednesday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Thursday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

Monsoonal moisture that accounted for 0.21" of precipitation in the Temecula Valley yesterday should gradually decrease. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are still in the forecast for this afternoon, but the weekend looks a little cooler and significantly less humid. Slightly below normal temperatures are predicted to continue into next week.

Today: Mostly sunny this morning, partly cloudy this afternoon with a 20% chance of showers or thunderstorms, high near 89°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers or thunderstorms, low near 65°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 63°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 87°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 61°F.
Sunday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Monday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 87°F.
Tuesday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Wednesday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.

The first measurable rainfall of the summer and the new rain season has occurred this morning. The monsoon pattern continues today and likely into tomorrow, with the greatest chance of precipitation in the afternoon. Look for conditions to improve by the weekend, with morning fog and afternoon sunshine expected, and slight below normal temperatures.

Today: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers or thunderstorms, high near 92°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers or thunderstorms, low near 67°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, then partly cloudy with a 20% chance of showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon, high of about 90°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, then mostly clear, low near 64°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 88°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 61°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Sunday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 86°F.
Monday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Tuesday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.

Some parts of the Temecula Valley experienced trace precipitation last night, and there is an even chance of measurable precipitation for today. Chance of showers or thunderstorms continues through tomorrow, lessening to 30% for Wednesday night. The weather is predicted to turn sunny by Friday and should remain that way through the weekend.

Today: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of showers or thunderstorms, high near 87°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers or thunderstorms, low near 64°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers or thunderstorms, high of about 86°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers or thunderstorms low near 63°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 87°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 62°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 87°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.

There is a possibility of isolated thunderstorms in the Temecula Valley this morning, and a slight chance of scattered showers through Wednesday. The humidity from the monsoonal moisture should keep daytime temperatures below normal. Following Wednesday, the monsoon weather should be confined to the deserts as is normal for this time of year.

Today: Mostly cloudy, slight chance (less than 20%) of light showers or thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon, high near 87°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, slight chance (less than 20%) of light showers, low near 64°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance (less than 20%) of light showers, high of about 86°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly cloudy, slight chance (less than 20%) of light showers, low near 64°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance (less than 20%) of light showers, high around 86°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 62°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 91°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.

Another mostly ordinary summer day today will give way to mostly cloudy days the next couple of days. Moisture from the southeast is expected to produce scattered light rain across Southern California Monday and Tuesday. There is a slight chance of thunderstorms, and showers are more likely to the east in the mountains and deserts. Following the clouds, the rest of the week is predicted to revert to days much like what we've been experiencing.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 58 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 66°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance (less than 20%) of light showers, high of about 87°F.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy, slight chance (less than 20%) of light showers, low near 64°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance (less than 20%) of light showers, high around 88°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 64°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 64°F, high around 89°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.

The southeast monsoonal flow continues but other than some clouds, the Temecula Valley shouldn't be affected this weekend. Widespread scattered showers are expected Monday and Tuesday as a result of more monsoonal moisture that is predicted to make it further west. The latter part of next week is predicted to return to much of the same weather pattern we're experiencing now.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 58 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 65°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low near 67°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance (less than 20%) of light showers, high around 87°F.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of light showers, low of about 63°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of light showers, high near 88°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 64°F, high around 90°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.

Marine layer and onshore flow is going to keep us cooler than normal or near normal over the next week. The weekend should feature mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures. Monsoonal moisture is possible but unlikely on Monday, and clouds may affect the weather pattern the bulk of next week.

Today: Mostly sunny and breezy after patchy fog this morning, high near 89°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, patchy low clouds and fog after midnight, low near 63°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 61°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 92°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 63°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high near 85°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 63°F, high around 88°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.

More low clouds and fog this morning, then high clouds this afternoon. Looking forward, fairly normal summer days are predicted, with some monsoonal moisture possible early next week.

Today: Mostly sunny after patchy fog this morning, partly cloudy and breezy this afternoon, high near 92°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 63°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 63°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 92°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 64°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 66°F, high around 92°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

There was fog in spots early today in the Temecula Valley, and a slight chance of sprinkles is in the forecast today. The monsoon weather affecting the region should be reduced somewhat over the next few days as high pressure builds. The more humid weather is expected to resurface towards the end of the weekend.

Today: Partly cloudy with a slight chance (10%) of sprinkles, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 66°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 65°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 91°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 65°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 64°F, high around 91°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

Continuing monsoonal moisture may lead to a shower or two in the Temecula Valley today and perhaps tomorrow. Most of the action will take place in the mountains and deserts, however. A return to a more normal summer pattern is predicted by Thursday.

Today: Partly cloudy with a slight chance (20%) of showers, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 66°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low near 66°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 92°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 65°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 64°F, high around 91°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

1:19 pm: The Hourly Summary has returned today, after a three month hiatus. Not everything is there that was there before (seasonal precipitation, heat index and wind chill are still missing), but hourly precipitation has been added, and the high and low temperature records for the day should always be present (in red and blue, respectively).

Due to travel yesterday, I missed putting out a forecast. There were also some network and/or web hosting problems yesterday evening. The cause is unknown but everything is functioning normally again.

More typical summer days are predicted for this week. Today may be hot, with highs predicted into the upper 90's. High clouds are expected starting tonight through Wednesday.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 66°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 63°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 93°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 63°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 63°F, high around 90°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.

The weird weather from Hurricane Claudette and the brush fire southeast of the Temecula Valley should be gone today and a normal summertime pattern should resume. Little change over the next week with mostly sunny skies (except for partly cloudy today) and high in the 90's.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 68°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 94°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low near 67°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 95°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 66°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 66°F, high around 94°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 95°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.

More Hurricane Claudette remnants may cause scattered showers and thunderstorms today, and generally muggy weather, although it should be cooler than yesterday. Yesterday was also affected by smoke and ash from a brush fire out near the Anza-Borrejo desert. The weekend looks better as the Temecula Valley slowly returns to a more normal summer weather pattern. Looking into next week, mostly sunny days and highs in the low 90's are predicted.

Today: Mostly cloudy with a 30% chance of showers and slight chance of thunderstorms, high near 87°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy with a slight chance of thunderstorms in the evening, low near 67°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 64°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 92°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 62°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 63°F, high around 92°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.

Yesterday's strange weather with humidity and an errant shower or two and a very late afternoon high of 99.8°F will be followed by another unusual summer weather day today. Showers may erupt in the Temecula Valley this morning, followed by hot, humid and breezy weather in the afternoon. Conditions will be humid with a chance of showers through tomorrow as we get monsoon weather courtesy of Hurricane Claudette. The weather pattern is predicted to settle into a more normal pattern over the weekend.

Today: Mostly cloudy with a 30% chance of showers and slight chance of thunderstorms in the morning, then partly cloudy, hot and breezy in the afternoon, high near 97°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 58 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 66°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy with a 20% chance of showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy with a 20% chance of showers in the evening, low near 63°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 90°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 62°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 93°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

Remnants of Hurricane Claudette are to blame for the higher than normal humidity in the region that was apparent yesterday. The high humidity will be with us the next several days, and there's a slight chance of thunderstorms Friday and Saturday, but most of that action will take place in the mountains and deserts if it occurs at all. Partly cloudy skies are predicted to persist into next week.

Today: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 63°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 96°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low near 64°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 91°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 64°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 63°F, high around 92°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

The hot weather will continue, and we may get more than the usual humidity in the Temecula Valley over the next several days from monsoons which should not otherwise affect the area. Not much change into next week, but we should be mostly free of the clouds by Sunday.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 97°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 63°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 96°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 63°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 96°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 63°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 63°F, high around 95°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.

Continued hot days for this week with sunny or partly cloudy skies through next weekend. Monsoonal moisture (which is a little early this year) is causing the clouds; strong high pressure is producing the heat.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 98°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 63°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 96°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 63°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 97°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 65°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 97°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 65°F, high around 97°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 96°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.

Some monsoonal moisture that shouldn't affect the Temecula Valley has nonetheless turned most of our forecasts for the next week to partly cloudy. Continued hot temperatures, though, especially today and tomorrow, with some cooling expected by midweek.

Today: Partly cloudy and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 67 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low near 65°F.
Monday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 98°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low near 65°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 94°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 65°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 65°F, high around 91°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

Continuing hot weather today and into the near future, with possible triple digit challenges today and Monday. Strong high pressure aloft is heating up Southern California's inland region and the deserts especially. Even the low temperatures will be warm, with mid 60's or higher expected.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 97°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 67 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low near 65°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 96°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low near 66°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 99°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 67°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 67°F, high around 95°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

A hot day yesterday is predicted to give way to a much milder day today, heralded by low clouds and fog this morning. Today will likely be an exception though, as high temperatures are expected to rebound for the weekend and beyond.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, patchy low clouds and fog after midnight, low near 63°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 64°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 93°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 62°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 94°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

Back up into the 90's today as the warming trend continues. High temperatures are predicted to hover in the 90°F range for the next week. Lows continue to gradually rise and are expected to be in the low 60's in the Temecula Valley over the next week.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 67 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low near 63°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 63°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 91°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 62°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 94°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

A normal summer weather pattern continues with very warm weather, afternoon breezes and clear nights. Temperatures continue to heat up today, approaching 90°F, and highs should top that Thursday and through the weekend. Some minor cooling is predicted for early next week.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, then patchy low clouds fog after midnight, low around 59°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 63°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 94°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 62°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 94°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

Building high pressure over Southern California is going to warm the Temecula Valley up over the next several days, from the 80's today and tomorrow up into the mid 90's for the weekend. Sunshine should continue in typical summer fashion. Some cooling is predicted for Monday and beyond.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, then patchy low clouds fog after midnight, low around 59°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low near 61°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 93°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 62°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 95°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 95°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

A brief respite from fairly normal July heat yesterday and today should begin to end tomorrow with high temperatures back in the 90's on Wednesday. There may be some fog tonight and tomorrow morning before high pressure aloft strengthens. Slight cooling is predicted this weekend as high pressure begins to weaken.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 65 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, patchy fog after midnight, low around 60°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low near 62°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 91°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 62°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 92°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.

The breeze will continue to keep things cooler in the Temecula Valley than the rest of the Inland Empire over the next week. Today should be similar to yesterday, sunny and into the 90's. The rest of the week looks much the same but slightly cooler for the most part. We're experiencing very seasonal weather.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 58 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 61°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Sunday night: Clear, low near 60°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 92°F.
Monday night: Clear, low of about 58°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 94°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

Happy Birthday America! The July 4th weekend looks hot, but will probably not reach triple digits in the Temecula Valley. Some cooling is predicted for early next week, with high temperatures dropping down to around the 90°F mark. Days should continue to be clear and sunny with typical summer weather into the foreseeable future.

Today: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 97°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 63°F.
Saturday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 96°F.
Saturday night: Clear, low near 62°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 93°F.
Sunday night: Clear, low of about 59°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 59°F, high around 91°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

High pressure is continuing to build over the region, and hotter days are ahead. July 4th may be the hottest with triple digit temperature predicted all over the Inland Empire. There should be some slight cooling next week as the marine layer returns to the coast, but not to the Temecula Valley.

Today: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 58 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 64°F.
Friday (Independence Day): Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 100°F.
Friday night: Clear, low near 65°F.
Saturday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 98°F.
Saturday night: Clear, low of about 63°F.
Sunday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Monday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 63°F, high around 95°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 95°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.

Summer weather has arrived and will continue into the near future, with temperatures in the 90's through the next week. High pressure aloft is holding the marine layer at bay. The hottest day of the bunch currently looks to be July 4th, with some minor cooling following over the weekend.

Today: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 58 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 62°F.
Thursday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 96°F.
Thursday night: Clear, low near 62°F.
Friday (Independence Day): Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 97°F.
Friday night: Clear, low of about 62°F.
Saturday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Sunday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 61°F, high around 91°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

Uh oh, yesterday was no fluke as temperatures are predicted to stay hot right through the weekend. High pressure aloft has pushed the morning low clouds out and the Temecula Valley is predicted to experience high temperatures in the mid-to-upper 90's through Saturday. Some cooling is predicted by Monday, with highs dropping back into the 80's.

Today: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 59°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 97°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low near 61°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 97°F.
Thursday night: Clear, low of about 62°F.
Friday (Independence Day): Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 98°F.
Saturday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 62°F, high around 96°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.

10:45am:The forecast for today has been updated to 92°F, following ing an update from the NWS.

Not much change in the weather over the next week as high pressure remains dominant and keeps morning low clouds and fog out of the Temecula Valley for the most part. High temperatures should remain seasonal, in the mid-to-upper 80's for the entire week. Those that venture nearer to the coast will encounter the night and morning low clouds and fog, however.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low around 58°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, low near 60°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 85°F.
Wednesday night: Clear, low of about 60°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Friday (Independence Day): Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 87°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.

The latest forecasts have heat and sunshine extending for the next week. Not high heat like last week's 98°F, but many days in the 90's are predicted. Only Monday should be a little cooler.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low around 59°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Monday night: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 58°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 90°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, low of about 60°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 91°F.
Friday (Independence Day): Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

High pressure is still in place, and daytime temperatures will be warm, but not as hot as a couple of days ago. The high pressure system weakens early next week and temperatures should fall another couple of degrees. Seasononal weather is predicted all the way through July 4th.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low around 58°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Sunday night: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 59°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 87°F.
Monday night: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 59°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Wednesday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 85°F.
Thursday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Friday (Independence Day): Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.

High pressure is strengthening over the region but today may not be as hot as yesterday. The weekend looks to be very warm as well, but temperatures are predicted to slide back down into the 80's on Sunday. Looking forward, more seasonal weather is expected next week.

Today: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 59°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Saturday night: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 59°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 88°F.
Sunday night: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 59°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 85°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.

A triple digit challenge may be in the offing today as the Temecula Valley should get hot temperatures into the upper 90's and perhaps higher. High pressure begins to weaken after today, and temperatures will slowly retreat to more seasonal levels by Saturday. Low clouds and fog may return Saturday morning and likely will return Sunday morning, helping to bring the hot temperatures back down.

Today: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 60°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 93°F.
Friday night: Clear, low near 60°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 89°F.
Saturday night: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 60°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Monday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 85°F.
Tuesday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Wednesday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.

It's summer, and the upcoming weather should finally shed the low clouds and fog and be in season. That is to say, temperatures are going to get warm and even hot, especially on Thursday. Look for some cooling by Sunday as high pressure aloft begins to break down, and low clouds and fog may make a less prominent return early next week.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 58°F.
Thursday: Sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 95°F.
Thursday night: Clear, low near 60°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 93°F.
Friday night: Clear, low of about 61°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 85°F.
Monday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Tuesday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.

A warming trend builds today into Thursday, taking high temperatures up 20°F from where they were yesterday. Today should be in the 70's, tomorrow in the 80's, and Thursday perhaps in the 90's. High pressure weakens over the weekend but sunshine and temperatures in the 80's and 90's are still predicted.

Today: Low clouds and fog, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 77°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Areas of low clouds and fog, low around 57°F.
Wednesday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog after midnight, low near 59°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 92°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 60°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 91°F.
Sunday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Monday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.

Another cloudy day today, but the marine layer that kept the weekend cloudy in the Temecula Valley is due to be pushed out by building high pressure. Low clouds and fog should lessen of the next couple of days, and may not appear at all Thursday or Friday. Temperatures are predicted to warm back up to near normal by Thursday.

Today: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with areas of fog, low around 57°F.
Tuesday: Low clouds and fog, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Tuesday night: Areas of low clouds and fog, low near 57°F.
Wednesday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 80°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 59°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 59°F, high around 85°F.
Saturday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Sunday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.

Summer is officially here, but the weather remains stuck with a deep marine layer holding temperatures down and providing very little sunshine. High temperatures for the next couple of days are expected to remain in the 60's, 20°F below normal, then warm gradually towards normal as the week continues. As we go into the last week of June, this month looks to be coolest June of four on record.

Today: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with areas of fog, with drizzle after midnight, low around 56°F.
Monday: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, then mostly cloudy with areas of fog, low near 57°F.
Tuesday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 70°F.
Tuesday night: Areas of low clouds and fog, low of about 58°F.
Wednesday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Thursday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 85°F.
Friday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Saturday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.

It won't seem like it today as the weather remains mostly socked in, but a warming trend is beginning over the next several days that is predicted to take the Temecula Valley into the 90's by Friday. Low clouds and fog should gradually reduce over the next week, and sunshine should be more abundant as high pressure builds over the region. Summer begins at 12:10pm today.

Today: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Cloudy with areas of fog, low around 56°F.
Sunday: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy with areas of fog, low near 56°F.
Monday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 75°F.
Monday night: Areas of low clouds and fog, low of about 58°F.
Tuesday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Wednesday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 85°F.
Thursday: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

An overcast and downright cool day yesterday, very late in the spring season, and today may not be much different with little or no clearing predicted. Summer begins Saturday at 12:10 pm, but the low clouds and fog are expected to persist for a while and the afternoons Saturday and Sunday will only clear to partly cloudy. High pressure is predicted to start changing our weather pattern by next Thursday, and highs may get up into the 80's beyond the next week.

Today: Low clouds, fog and drizzle or light rain, then mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Cloudy with areas of fog and drizzle, low around 56°F.
Saturday: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy with areas of fog and drizzle, low near 57°F.
Sunday: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 74°F.
Sunday night: Areas of low clouds and fog, low of about 58°F.
Monday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Tuesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 76°F.
Wednesday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Thursday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.

Summer begins Saturday at 12:10 pm, but the weather remains stuck in the common spring pattern. High temperatures are predicted to trend downwards into the 70's over the next several days as the marine layer thickens. After the weekend, conditions are expected to warm back into the 80's.

Today: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog, low around 57°F.
Thursday: Low clouds and fog, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 78°F.
Thursday night: Cloudy with areas of fog, low near 56°F.
Friday: Low clouds and fog, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 74°F.
Friday night: Cloudy with areas of fog, low of about 56°F.
Saturday: Low clouds and fog, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Sunday: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 56°F, high around 74°F.
Monday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Tuesday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.

Another warm day expected today after the low clouds and fog clear, then a cooling trend begins over the next several days. High temperatures in the Temecula Valley should slide from the 80's down into the 70's as the marine layer thickens. The trend reverses for the weekend with highs in the 80's predicted.

Today: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog, low around 57°F.
Wednesday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 84°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog, low near 57°F.
Thursday: Low clouds and fog, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 78°F.
Thursday night: Cloudy with areas of fog, low of about 56°F.
Friday: Low clouds and fog, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Saturday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 56°F, high around 81°F.
Sunday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Monday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.

Weak high pressure isn't going to keep the low clouds and fog away, but high temperatures should stay in the 80's in the Temecula Calley for the next three days. Following that, the marine layer is expected to deepen, and temperatures in the latter half of the week are predicted to be in the 70's. The weekend currently looks warmer again, with high temperatures back into the 80's.

Today: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low around 59°F.
Tuesday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, then patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 59°F.
Wednesday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 86°F.
Wednesday night: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 60°F.
Thursday: Low clouds and fog, then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Friday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 56°F, high around 71°F.
Saturday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Sunday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.

The low clouds and fog are temporarily absent, and temperatures are rising in the Temecula Valley. High temperatures should be in the upper 80's today, and are predicted to challenge 90°F Monday and Tuesday despite the return of the marine layer. As the marine layer thickens during the week, temperatures are predicted to drop all the way back into the 70's by Thursday.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 88°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 58 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, except for patchy early morning low clouds and fog, low around 58°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, except for patchy early morning low clouds and fog, low near 60°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 90°F.
Tuesday night: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 60°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Thursday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 57°F, high around 76°F.
Friday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Saturday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.

A brief respite from low clouds and fog is expected as the Temecula Valley heats up today and tomorrow. Temperatures tomorrow may be near 90°F in spots. Low clouds and fog are predicted to return Sunday night, and should moderate temperatures into next week, but shouldn't be as prevalent as the last couple of weeks.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 56°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 89°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, except for patchy early morning low clouds and fog, low near 59°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 88°F.
Monday night: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 60°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Wednesday: Areas of late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 86°F.
Thursday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Friday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.

Weak high pressure is starting to change the timing of low clouds and fog, and we may see some warm days coming up. Temperatures should be in the 70's today, ramping up to the 80's tomorrow and possibily near 90 on Sunday.

Today: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 77°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, then areas of low clouds and fog after midnight, low around 58°F.
Saturday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Saturday night: Clear, then patchy low clouds and fog after midnight, low near 60°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 89°F.
Sunday night: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 60°F.
Monday: Early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Tuesday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 86°F.
Wednesday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Thursday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.

When will the low clouds and fog end? Not anytime soon, according to predictions, but the marine layer should be much shallower by the weekend and the Temecula Valley should see more sun and warm up accordingly. Look for high temperatures to rise from the 70's into the 80's by Saturday.

Today: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, then cloudy with patchy low clouds and fog after midnight, low around 56°F.
Friday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Friday night: Cloudy with patchy low clouds, fog, and drizzle, low near 56°F.
Saturday: Early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 83°F.
Saturday night: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 60°F.
Sunday: Early morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Monday: Late night and early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 86°F.
Tuesday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Wednesday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.

Yesterday's forecast was missed due to internet connectivity problems, but it was more of the same June Gloom that should continue into the near future. Some warming is expected this weekend and beyond as the marine layer thins. In general, temperatures recently have been in the 70's if the clouds clear in the afternoon, in the high 60's otherwise.

Today: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Cloudy with patchy low clouds, fog, and drizzle, low around 56°F.
Thursday: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Thursday night: Cloudy with patchy low clouds, fog, and drizzle, low near 56°F.
Friday: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 78°F.
Friday night: Cloudy with patchy low clouds, fog, and drizzle, low of about 58°F.
Saturday: Low clouds and patchy fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.
Sunday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 80°F.
Monday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 80°F.
Tuesday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.

3:20 pm: The weather feed is back! Still not sure at this point what went wrong, but data is flowing to the web site like normal once again.

9:10 am: Due to problems with my internet connection at home, the data feed to the web site is currently down. At this point, I'm not sure what the problem is. I've ruled out most of the equipment at home, except for the wireless bridge itself, and have a call in to my service provider to figure out what's wrong. So the weather is currently stuck at 8:32pm last night, with many weather records queued at home waiting to make their way to the web site.

No let up is foreseen in the marine layer until Friday, which means more days of only afternoon sunshine or even partial afternoon clearing. High temperatures should mostly be in the 70's until Friday, when the marine layer is predicted to get more shallow. Upper level high pressure should help lessen the onshore flow and may push temperatures into the 80's for next weekend.

Today: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Cloudy with patchy low clouds, fog, and drizzle, low around 59°F.
Tuesday: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Tuesday night: Cloudy with patchy low clouds, fog, and drizzle, low near 59°F.
Wednesday: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 73°F.
Wednesday night: Night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 57°F.
Thursday: Low clouds and patchy fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Friday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 57°F, high around 80°F.
Saturday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 80°F.
Sunday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.

More of the same as the "June Gloom" pattern remains entrenched, bringing night and morning low clouds and fog, some drizzle, and clear, sunny afternoons with mild temperatures. Virtually no change is expected over the next week as the pattern persists.

Today: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 78°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Cloudy with patchy low clouds, fog, and drizzle, low around 59°F.
Monday: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 77°F.
Monday night: Cloudy with patchy low clouds, fog, and drizzle, low near 57°F.
Tuesday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 75°F.
Tuesday night: Night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 57°F.
Wednesday: Low clouds and patchy fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.
Thursday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 57°F, high around 73°F.
Friday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Saturday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.

A picture has been contributed by Sheldon Otto of a balloon accident this morning at Ynez and Rancho Vista Roads. The balloon made a hard landing around 9am. We don't know whether anyone was hurt or not, but emergency personnel were on the scene.

The deep marine layer that has led to low clouds, fog an drizzle on a daily basis continues into the next week. Some warming is predicted into Monday, then the rest of the week looks to be a little cooler.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Cloudy with patchy low clouds and fog, low around 58°F.
Sunday: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 77°F.
Sunday night: Cloudy with patchy fog and drizzle, low near 59°F.
Monday: Low clouds and fog, then sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 79°F.
Monday night: Night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 55°F.
Tuesday: Low clouds and patchy fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Wednesday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 55°F, high around 76°F.
Thursday: Low clouds and patchy fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Friday: Low clouds and patchy fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.

More of the same with low clouds and fog dominating nights and mornings, clearing by the afternoon. Little change over the next week with high temperatures mainly in the 70's.

Today: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Cloudy with patchy low clouds and fog, low around 56°F.
Saturday: Low clouds, fog and drizzle, then sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 74°F.
Saturday night: Cloudy with patchy fog, low near 56°F.
Sunday: Low clouds and fog, then sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 74°F.
Sunday night: Night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 55°F.
Monday: Low clouds and patchy fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Tuesday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 55°F, high around 76°F.
Wednesday: Low clouds and patchy fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Thursday: Low clouds and patchy fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.

Continued low clouds and fog is the main weather story, rolling in in the evening or a little later, and not exiting the Temecula Valley until mid-morning or later. A cooling trend is underway; temperatures are predicted to slowly slide into next week.

Today: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Cloudy with local drizzle and patchy fog, low around 57°F.
Friday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Friday night: Cloudy with patchy fog, low near 55°F.
Saturday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 73°F.
Saturday night: Night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 55°F.
Sunday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Monday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 55°F, high around 72°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.

Low clouds and fog is becoming the theme as it often is this time of year, with a twist this morning: some light rain is possible but unlikely. The Temecula Valley should see afternoon clearing and highs in the 70's in the days ahead.

Today: Low clouds, fog, and less than a 20% chance of light rain this morning, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Cloudy with local drizzle and patchy fog, low around 57°F.
Thursday: Low clouds, fog, and drizzle, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Thursday night: Cloudy with local drizzle and patchy fog, low near 57°F.
Friday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 72°F.
Friday night: Night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 55°F.
Saturday: Low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.
Sunday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 55°F, high around 71°F.
Monday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Tuesday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.

As high pressure aloft weakens, more frequent and longer lasting episodes of night and morning low clouds and fog will be common. Temperatures will also slowly decline over the next several days, from the 80's down to the mid 70's. The fog is going to be dense in parts of the Temecula Valley and drizzle may accompany it.

Today: Low clouds, fog, and drizzle, then sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 82°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear early, areas of low clouds, fog and drizzle late, low around 57°F.
Wednesday: Low clouds, fog, and drizzle, then sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 80°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear early, areas of low clouds and fog late, low near 57°F.
Thursday: Low clouds and fog, then sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 80°F.
Thursday night: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 55°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 78°F.
Saturday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 55°F, high around 78°F.
Sunday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 77°F.
Monday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.

Some of you may have noticed a few problems with the site yesterday evening as I switched the weather station capture software over to a new, enhanced version. The new version is the first piece of the multi-site software I've been writing to go into production. No one should notice any differences yet, but when the rest of the software makes it into production, there will be new features.

Low clouds and fog are all over the Temecula Valley this morning, with low visibilities in spots. Be careful driving this morning. The low clouds and fog is predicted to continue the entire week and will keep temperatures mild, in the mid 80's today, and falling into the low 80's tomorrow and beyond.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear early, areas of low clouds and fog late, low around 56°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 83°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear early, areas of low clouds and fog late, low near 56°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 81°F.
Wednesday night: Areas of low clouds and fog, low of about 55°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 82°F.
Friday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 55°F, high around 82°F.
Saturday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 82°F.
Sunday: Night and morning low clouds and fog, otherwise mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 82°F.

More sunshine on the way the entire upcoming week, with warm and very warm temperatures. Highs for the most part should be in the 80's, with Mnday and Tuesday in the 90's. Gradual cooling is predicted for the last part of the week.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 57°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low near 57°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 92°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 57°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 55°F, high around 86°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.

This morning may have featured the last low clouds and fog for a while, as high pressure builds and temperatures trend upwards. Expect highs in the mid 80's today, upper 80's tomorrow and then into the 90's for the week.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 58 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 57°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low near 59°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 93°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 60°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 92°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 90°F.

What a difference a day makes. Yesterday came in well below predictions and low clouds and fog started rolling in even before dark. Very odd right after a 100° day.

Onshore flow will continue to keep temperatures down in the Temecula Valley, but only for the next couple of days. Today is predicted to top out in the mid 80's, and tomorrow near 90°F. Then, high pressure is expected to keep morning low clouds and fog out and next week looks to be somewhat warmer.

Today: Areas of fog and drizzle in the morning, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high near 86°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, areas of low clouds and fog late, low around 56°F.
Saturday: Areas of low clouds and fog in the morning, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 90°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 58°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 92°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 60°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 92°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 92°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.

Yesterday was the first triple digit temperature day of this year and the first one in May since at least 1999 (as far back as the weather archives go for this site). It continues a pattern this month of generally warmer than normal conditions, after a couple of months of cooler than normal temperatures.

Temperatures will continue to be very warm, even hot, but not like yesterday's 102°F. There will some cooling today and tomorrow, but highs should be in the 90's for the weekend. Long term, some cooling is predicted for Tuesday and Wednesday, with temperatures falling into the 80's.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 58 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 57°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 55°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 93°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 60°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 60°F, high around 93°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.

Sunny and hot for the next couple of days, with high temperatures pushing triple digits. Then some subtropical moisture is predicted to bring some clouds and only slight cooling Thursday through Saturday. Temperatures should remain above normal through next Monday.

Today: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 97°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 60°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 98°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 62°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 94°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 60°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 59°F, high around 89°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.

A warming trend is in place, with nice temperatures expected this Memorial Day quickly turning to hot temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday. Some upper level moisture is predicted later in the week, and high temperatures are predicted to fall into the 80's (and humidity is expected to rise). The subtropical moisture (no showers or thunderstorms are expected in the Temecula Valley) should end next weekend.

Today (Memorial Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 56°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 97°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low near 60°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 97°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 59°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 93°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 59°F, high around 88°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.

More low clouds and fog this morning, and when it clears this afternoon we should have a warmer, nicer day than yesterday. Following today, the weather is quickly going to turn hot, with highs in the upper 80's for Memorial Day and into the 90's for the rest of the week.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 78°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 54°F.
Monday (Memorial Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 88°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low near 56°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high around 96°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 59°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 95°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

Cooling from our hot days last week has come much quicker and more dramatic than expected, and today looks to be socked in with low clouds and fog for the entire day. The weather should warm from here over the next several days, with the fog predicted to be gone by late Sunday morning, and hot days next week, with highs into the upper 90's by Tuesday. Memorial day should be nice, however, with sunny weather and seasonal temperatures in the mid 80's.

Today: Low clouds and fog with little or no afternoon clearing, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Low clouds and fog, low around 53°F.
Sunday: Morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 78°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low near 54°F.
Monday (Memorial Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 86°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 58°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, low around 58°F, high around 96°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high of about 96°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny and hot, afternoon breeze, high near 96°F.

Cooler, seasonal weather is expected for the Memorial Day weekend, with sunshine and highs in the 80's and some low clouds and fog in the Temecula Valley. Another high pressure system is predicted to build next week, however, and temperatures are expected to get hot again by Tuesday, with highs in the mid 90's.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 50 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Areas of low clouds and fog late, low around 54°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 82°F.
Saturday night: Areas of low clouds and fog late, low near 54°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 84°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 53°F.
Monday (Memorial Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 53°F, high around 95°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 95°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 95°F.

It's been like summer the last couple of days, including a scorcher yesterday, but temperatures will gradually cool beginning today for a nice Memorial Day weekend with highs in the 80's. More very warm weather starting Memorial day though as high pressure is expected to rebuild.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 92°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 55°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 86°F.
Friday night: Areas of low clouds and fog late, low near 54°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 82°F.
Saturday night: Areas of low clouds and fog, low of about 52°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.
Monday (Memorial Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 52°F, high around 91°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 91°F.

Today may be even warmer than yesterday, which was easily the hottest day of the year to date. Temperatures in some places in the Inland Empire may challenge 100°F today. A cooling trend is predicted to start tomorrow, with high temperatures in the Temecula Valley falling back into the mid 80's by the weekend, and morning low clouds and fog returning.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 94°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 55°F.
Thursday: Mosly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 91°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 54°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 88°F.
Friday night: Areas of low clouds and fog, low of about 52°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.
Sunday: Morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 52°F, high around 84°F.
Monday: Morning low clouds and fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 84°F.
Tuesday: Morning low clouds and fog, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.

Yesterday was the warmest in a while (the warmest since January 7th by average temperture, or April 8th by high temperature), and today might be even warmer. Broad high pressure is predicted to lead to gradually warmer days before some cooling kicks in in time for the weekend. Not much in the way of fog until Saturday and Sunday.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 89°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 52°F.
Wednesday: Mosly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 90°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low near 53°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 87°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 52°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Saturday: Patchy morning fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 54°F, high around 81°F.
Sunday: Patchy morning fog, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.

Lots of sunshine and warm, seasonal temperatures ahead. A gradual warming trend is predicted this week that should take high temperatures into the mid 80's by Thursday, which is above normal. Most days this spring have been below normal up to this point. Nights and mornings should remain clear as the marine layer isn't predicted to make it far enough inland to affect the Temecula Valley.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 53°F.
Tuesday: Mosly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 83°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low near 53°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 84°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 53°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 54°F, high around 81°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 86°F.

A software error on the web server caused weather data to be out of date until late this morning. A bug in monitoring software used to notify me when this happens meant I didn't notice until this morning. Apologies, I'll be fixing the problem sometime today. Things are back running nominally at this writing.

Temperatures will rise over the next several days as upper level high pressure builds in the region. Generally, the Temecula Valley should be in the 80's. Except for tonight and very late next week, low clouds and fog are gone from the forecast, and some days may even reach 90°F.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 58 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low around 54°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 84°F.
Monday night: Clear, low near 56°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 86°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, low of about 56°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 87°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 56°F, high around 87°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 87°F.
Saturday: Early morning low clouds and fog, otherwise sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 82°F.

Clouds today are due to a weak low pressure trough, and they should be largely gone by tomorrow. High temperatures in the Temecula Valley won't be affected much, though, with predicted highs today and through the next week in the 80's. Most nights and mornings will have the usual low clouds and fog, although the depth of the layer is predicted to lessen as the week continues.

Today: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, areas of low clouds and fog after midnight, low around 55°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 80°F.
Sunday night: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low near 50°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 83°F.
Monday night: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 54°F.
Tuesday: Early morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high near 84°F.
Wednesday: Early morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, low around 53°F, high around 84°F.
Thursday: Early morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 84°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.

Nice warm weather today and through the weekend with sunshine and high in the 80's. A weak upper low is predicted to deepen the marine layer over the weekend, and may drop temperatures a few degrees going into next week. But the weather is expected to stay seasonal and dry into the near future.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 54°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 84°F.
Saturday night: Partly to mostly cloudy, early morning fog, low near 54°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 81°F.
Sunday night: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 53°F.
Monday: Early morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high near 79°F.
Tuesday: Early morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, low around 53°F, high around 79°F.
Wednesday: Early morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 79°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.

High pressure building aloft should mean a nice day today, with sunshine and mild temperatures. Low clouds and fog should increase over the weekend and the high dissipates, but temperatures are predicted to stay at or above normal into next week.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Areas of low clouds and fog after midnight, low around 51°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Friday night: Mostly cloudy, patchy low clouds and fog after midnight, low near 54°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 79°F.
Saturday night: Patchy late night and early morning low clouds and fog, low of about 54°F.
Sunday: Early morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high near 79°F.
Monday: Early morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, low around 54°F, high around 79°F.
Tuesday: Early morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 79°F.
Wednesday: Early morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high near 79°F.

A low pressure system brings with it a chance of showers through tonight. Little measurable rainfall is expected however. A weak upper level high is predicted to get established tomorrow and should bring fair and warmer weather through next week, with a day or two about 80°F.

Today: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, slight chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon, high near 70°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers in the evening, areas of fog and a slight chance of showers after midnight, low around 53°F.
Thursday: Morning low clouds and fog, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 78°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, areas of low clouds and fog after midnight, low near 54°F.
Friday: Early morning low clouds and fog, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high around 83°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, areas of low clouds and fog after midnight, low of about 55°F.
Saturday: Early morning low clouds and fog, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high near 79°F.
Sunday: Early morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, low around 55°F, high around 79°F.
Monday: Early morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 79°F.
Tuesday: Early morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high near 79°F.

A low pressure system that originally was supposed to miss our area may instead bring a few sprinkles tonight and tomorrow morning, and will bring clouds. More seasonal temperatures following Wednesday with highs in the mid-to-upper 70's. Low clouds and fog are back in the forecast and are predicted to make daily appearances.

Today: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, patchy fog, slight chance of showers after midnight (20% chance), low around 51°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a slight (20%) chance of showers in the morning, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 69°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, areas of fog after midnight, low near 50°F.
Thursday: Morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high around 77°F.
Thursday night: Areas of low clouds and fog, low of about 52°F.
Friday: Morning low clouds and fog, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high near 78°F.
Saturday: Morning low clouds and fog, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, low around 52°F, high around 78°F.
Sunday: Morning low clouds and fog, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 78°F.
Monday: Morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high near 78°F.

Warmer but mild weather is here, with high temperatures in the low 80's much of this week. Look for low clouds and fog Tuesday and Wednesday nights and the following mornings as a low pressure system increases the onshore flow. But more nice weather is predicted for the rest of the week, warming into the weekend.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 82°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 46°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 82°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, patchy fog late, low near 48°F.
Wednesday: Morning low clouds and fog, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high around 79°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, patchy fog late, low of about 50°F.
Thursday: Morning low clouds and fog, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high near 74°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 46°F, high around 79°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 82°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.

Happy Mother's Day! The onshore flow that had been bringing low clouds and fog to the region has been short-circuited by high pressure aloft, and the next few days look to be very nice. Expect sunshine and temperatures in the 80's through Wednesday, when low pressure is predicted to reduce temperatures for a couple of days. The mornings should also be clear for the most part, like this morning and yesterday morning.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 44°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 85°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low near 46°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 85°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 50°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.
Thursday: Areas of night and morning fog, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, low around 51°F, high around 74°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 78°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.

More of the same today with another cool, partly cloudy day and continued low clouds and fog. A warming trend is beginning, though, and temperatures may hit a more normal 80°F by Sunday. The night and morning low clouds and fog, typical for this time of year, continue right through next week.

Today: Mostly cloudy and foggy in the morning, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 41 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low around 47°F.
Saturday: Areas of morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 73°F.
Saturday night: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, low near 49°F.
Sunday: Patchy morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high around 80°F.
Sunday night: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 51°F.
Monday: Patchy morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high near 81°F.
Tuesday: Areas of night and morning fog, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, low around 51°F, high around 75°F.
Wednesday: Areas of night and morning fog, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 75°F.
Thursday: Areas of night and morning fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high near 80°F.

A chance of more scattered showers this morning as a low pressure system over the west continues to funnel clouds through the region. Night and morning low clouds and fog are going to be a mainstay over the next week as the onshore flow continues. Upper level high pressure should lead to nicer weekend weather.

Today: Mostly cloudy with a 50% chance of scattered showers this morning, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high near 63°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, patchy fog and drizzle after midnight, low around 47°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy and foggy in the morning, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 64°F.
Friday night: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low near 47°F.
Saturday: Areas of morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high around 74°F.
Saturday night: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 48°F.
Sunday: Areas of morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high near 80°F.
Monday: Areas of night and morning fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, low around 51°F, high around 80°F.
Tuesday: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, mostly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 66°F.
Wednesday: Areas of night and morning fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high near 75°F.

Continued cool temperatures and night and morning low clouds and fog the rest of this week. Today and Thursday will have clouds in the afternoon as well and very cool temperatures for this time of year. Warming is expected into the weekend, and the warming trend is predicted to continue into early next week, when high temperatures may hit the 80's, ending a run of unseasonally cool weather.

Today: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, patchy low clouds and fog, low around 48°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy in the morning, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 62°F.
Thursday night: Mostly cloudy, patchy low clouds and fog, low near 47°F.
Friday: Patchy fog in the morning, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high around 64°F.
Friday night: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 43°F.
Saturday: Areas of morning fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high near 72°F.
Sunday: Areas of night and morning fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, low around 47°F, high around 76°F.
Monday: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 81°F.
Tuesday: Patchy night and morning low clouds and fog, mostly sunny and breezy in the Partly cloudy, areas of night and morning fog, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.

Low clouds and fog, sometimes with drizzle, is going to be a fixture the next few mornings, including today. Temperatures aren't predicted to warm much in the afternoon, either, with below normal highs predicted throughout this week, as a series of low pressure systems pass by to the north. There is a slight chance of showers tonight and tomorrow morning, but mostly we should see drizzle in the Temecula Valley.

Today: Fog early, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, patchy low clouds and fog, slight chance of showers or drizzle (20% chance), low around 49°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy in the morning with a slight chance of showers (20% chance), partly cloudy in the afternoon, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly cloudy, patchy low clouds, fog and drizzle, low near 47°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 62°F.
Thursday night: Areas of night and morning low clouds and fog, low of about 47°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, areas of night and morning fog, afternoon breeze, low around 47°F, high around 72°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, areas of night and morning fog, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, areas of night and morning fog, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

As is common this time of year, this next week is predicted to feature night and morning fog and sunny afternoons. High temperatures should be mostly around 70°F this week, with some warming expected into next weekend. Upper level low pressure is keeping high temperatures below normal for now, continuing this spring's below normal pattern.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear early, areas of low clouds and fog late, low around 47°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear early, areas of low clouds and fog late, low near 46°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, patchy fog late, low of about 46°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, areas of night and morning fog, afternoon breeze, low around 46°F, high around 72°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, areas of night and morning fog, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, areas of night and morning fog, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.

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Isolated showers this morning, but partly cloudy and a little warmer the rest of the day as the storm system leaves, after depositing 0.40" in the Temecula Valley. Fair days ahead with sunny or partly cloudy conditions and highs mostly in the low 70's, warming into next weekend. A low pressure system rolls by Thursday, so cooler temperatures and mostly cloudy conditions are expected then, but no moisture.

Today: Partly cloudy, slight chance of isolated showers in the morning (20% chance), high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 25 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, patchy fog late, low around 46°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low near 43°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 72°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 44°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 46°F, high around 67°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.

Showers have started this morning and will be with us most of today, decreasing in the afternoon, and only a slight chance tonight. Total rainfall from this storm should be around 1/4". Next week looks nice as the cloudy weather we've been having vanishes and sunny, balmy days are predicted in its place.

Today: Mostly cloudy, showers, breezy, high near 61°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 25 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, low around 48°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low near 43°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 72°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 44°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 44°F, high around 76°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

Another day today much like the last couple of days, fair with some sunshine. Clouds build tonight as a storm front enters the region. The main threat of rain is on Saturday, later in the day. Up to 1/2" of rainfall is currently expected. After the storm clears out, a warming trend begins, and the Temecula Valley should have some nice days next week.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of showers, low around 48°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, 70% chance of showers, high of about 64°F.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy, low near 44°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 65°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 46°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 46°F, high around 76°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

More fair weather today and tomorrow, with high temperatures hovering around 70 degrees. Rain is due Friday night, with showers possible into Saturday evening, and potentially heavy rain Saturday morning. Rainfall is predicted to up to one inch on west facing mountain slopes, probably less than that in the Temecula Valley. Following the storm, upper level high pressure gets established and the valley may warm to 80°F by the middle of next week.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 35 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 43°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Friday night: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of rain, low near 46°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, 70% chance of rain, likely in the morning, high around 64°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 46°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 46°F, high around 74°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 79°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.

Fair weather is expected the next couple of days, with partly cloudy or mostly sunny conditions and high temperatures in the low 70's. A storm is due Saturday, and predictions are currently for 1/4" to 3/4" of rain, with lingering showers Saturday night and Sunday morning. Clear and dry conditions are expected early next week, with temperatures, which have been under normal most of this month, approaching normal.

Today: Partly cloudy, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 45°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 74°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low near 45°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 72°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 47°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, rain likely, high near 64°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers in the morning, breezy, low around 48°F, high around 64°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, then mostly sunny, high of about 72°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.

A weak cold front makes its way across the Temecula Valley today, bringing with it only a slight chance of showers through tomorrow morning. Warmer weather is in store after that for the middle part of the week, before another storm is predicted to arrive on Saturday. The National Weather Service, San Diego is expressing low confidence in long range storm modeling for this time of year, so we'll see about the timing and strength of Saturday's storm.

Today: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of light rain, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of light showers, low around 48°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers early, high of about 66°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 45°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 73°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 45°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 45°F, high around 72°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high of about 65°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of rain, high near 66°F.

Fair weather today, but clouds will begin to increase tonight as a storm system moves by, mostly to the north. Precipitation, if any, is predicted to be less than 0.20". Much of the rest of the week looks to be partly cloudy, with warming to seasonal temperatures on Wednesday and Thursday, and then cooling and another chance of rain Friday and Saturday.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 49°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, high of about 66°F.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, low near 46°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 68°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 45°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 45°F, high around 74°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high of about 72°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 65°F.

More sunshine today and some tomorrow, with nicer temperatures in the 70's. Two low pressure systems pass through the region next week, on Monday and Friday, and each brings with them a slight chance of rain. Below normal temperatures are predicted to continue into next weekend.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 47°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low near 49°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers in the afternoon, high around 67°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, low of about 46°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers in the morning, high near 67°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 45°F, high around 72°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 66°F.

Overcast conditions are expected for today, and there is a slight chance of showers, but the trend is towards warmer temperatures going into the weekend, and falling temperatures early next week. Saturday and Sunday should be pleasant with a few clouds and highs in the 70's. There is a chance of showers Monday and Tuesday, but rainfall amounts are only predicted to be 1/10 of an inch.

Today: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers in the morning, breezy, high near 71°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 47°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low near 48°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 72°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 45°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 71°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 47°F, high around 66°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Continued cool and breezy in the Temecula Valley, with partial sun and some clouds today and through the next week. There is a slight chance of showers Friday and Saturday as remnants of a cold front go through, but the rainfall shouldn't be much, if any. Some days might warm up into the low 70's (starting perhaps Friday), better than the last three days but still not up to normal.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers after midnight, low around 47°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers in the morning, breezy, high of about 71°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers after midnight, low near 48°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers in the morning, breezy, high around 71°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 45°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 46°F, high around 72°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Cool and breezy for the next week or so, with upper level lows dominating the local weather pattern. There's a slight chance of showers this morning as one of the cold fronts leaves, but another should be in place Friday, bringing chances of showers Friday and Monday. Temperatures are predicted to remain below normal, and the skies for the most part will be partly cloudy.

Today: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers (20% chance) this morning, breezy, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 46°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Thursday night: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers after midnight, low near 47°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, mainly in the morning, high around 69°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 45°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 47°F, high around 68°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, high of about 66°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Upper level low pressure is moving through the region, and a chance of scattered light showers comes with it, mostly this morning. No significant precipitation is currently forecast. Cloudy and cool conditions are predicted to persist the entire week, with another chance of light rain on Friday.

Today: Partly cloudy, 40% chance of scattered showers this morning, slight chance of showers this afternoon, slight chance of thunderstorms, breezy, high near 62°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers (20% chance), breezy, patchy morning fog, low around 44°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 68°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly cloudy, low near 47°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 67°F.
Thursday night: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, low of about 47°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 65°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 47°F, high around 65°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 67°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.

Cloudy conditions, fog and cool temperatures are expected for much of this week. A little warmer on Wednesday and Sunday with sunshine on Wednesday, but otherwise temperatures are predicted to be below normal. The first of two upper level low pressure systems expected this week passes through the region tomorrow, which will be particularly cool.

Today: Mostly cloudy morning, mostly sunny and breezy afternoon, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 38 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, areas of night and morning fog and drizzle, low around 46°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy by afternoon, afternoon breeze, high of about 63°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, patchy night and morning fog, low near 44°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny by afternoon, afternoon breeze, high around 70°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 46°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, patchy night and morning fog, afternoon breeze, low around 47°F, high around 65°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 67°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.

Happy Easter! Enjoy the nice weather today, because high pressure is moving eastward. This week will be marked by two upper level lows, keeping temperatures below normal, and leading to clouds and fog. Wednesday and Thursday are predicted to be warmer, but otherwise the Temecula Valley should see varying levels of fog and drizzle in the morning, and partly cloudy afternoons through next weekend.

Today: Mostly sunny morning, increasing clouds this afternoon, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, breezy this evening, patchy night and morning fog and drizzle, low around 48°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy by afternoon, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy, areas of night and morning fog and drizzle, low near 46°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy by afternoon, afternoon breeze, high around 65°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, patchy night and morning fog, low of about 46°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, patchy night and morning fog, afternoon breeze, low around 50°F, high around 72°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 67°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.

Nice weather for today and Easter Sunday, with mild temperatures in the 70's and some sunshine, courtesy of upper level high pressure. Starting next week, we should see foggy mornings and cloudy days as low pressure systems move by to the north. No major threat of rain is currently predicted, though.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 47°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, patchy night and morning fog and drizzle, low near 46°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy, patchy night and morning fog and drizzle, low of about 46°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 61°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, patchy night and morning fog, afternoon breeze, low around 45°F, high around 66°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

A slight chance of showers today, but warmer temperatures are expected, especially tomorrow and Easter Sunday. Yesterday's showers produced much less precipitation than expected, but the season totals are now almost 15". Low pressure systems continue to pass by or through the region, so for the most part, temperatures will remain below normal next week.

Today: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, 20% chance of showers, low around 42°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 74°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 44°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 73°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, patchy night and morning fog, low of about 46°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, patchy night and morning fog, afternoon breeze, low around 45°F, high around 66°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Rain is in the forecast again as a storm moves through the Temecula Valley today. The best chance of rain is between 8am and 4pm, and up to 3/4 of an inch is expected to fall. Several inches of snow should fall in the mountains with snow levels at 4500 to 5000 feet. The weekend is predicted to be sunny and nice, but cool temperatures return early next week as a couple more low pressure systems pass through the region.

Some broken links on the site have been fixed. One of them, the NWS forecast link, I had to replace, since the old link has vanished. Some of the other links were broken due to a software error.

Today: Mostly cloudy, 60% chance of rain, slight chance of thunderstorms, high near 60°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 29 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, 50% chance of showers, low around 46°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers in the morning, high of about 65°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 42°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 73°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 44°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 49°F, high around 63°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.

A sunny break from the rain today, with mild high temperatures in the 60's expected, then showers due tonight after midnight, lasting through Friday morning. Less than half an inch of rain total is expected for the upcoming storm. The weather should warm a little into the weekend for some nice days, particularly Sunday.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of rain after midnight, low around 48°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of scattered showers, slight chance of thunderstorms, high of about 62°F.
Thursday night: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, low near 48°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers in the morning, high around 63°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 44°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 50°F, high around 72°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Almost two inches of rain on the ground in less than 24 hours and the Temecula Valley is soaked, but not much more is predicted for this morning before conditions start to clear. There may be enough to bring the season total above 15". Tomorrow should be sunny ahead of the next storm, which is due Wednesday night and could last through Friday. A warming trend, accompanied by high pressure, is predicted for the weekend.

Today: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers in the morning, high near 62°F.
Predicted air quality is not available, AQI: N/A (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 44°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of rain after midnight, low near 48°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of rain, high around 62°F.
Thursday night: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers low of about 48°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 59°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, then sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 45°F, high around 65°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

The main storm is stalled but still on the way, and should be here in force some time this afternoon. Rain is expected to be heavy through tonight, with more than an inch expected in the Temecula Valley. Showers are predicted to taper off tomorrow, followed by two cool, partly cloudy days and then another chance of showers Thursday and Friday.

Today: Mostly cloudy, periods of rain, heavy in the afternoon, high near 63°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, periods of heavy rain, decreasing to showers overnight, low around 48°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, 40% chance of showers in the morning, high of about 64°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low near 47°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 46°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 63°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 46°F, high around 63°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, then mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 67°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

The storm got started earlier this morning, with periods light showers expected. A stronger storm is due tomorrow, bringing heavy rainfall and mountain snow. Rainfall totals for the Temecula Valley are currently expected to exceed 1.5", most of that tomorrow. A wet weather break is predicted Tuesday and Wednesday, then another storm is expected in the region Thursday and Friday.

Today: Mostly cloudy, periods of rain by this afternoon, high near 63°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, periods of rain, low around 52°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, rain, heavy at times, slight chance of thunderstorms, high of about 60°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers or thunderstorms, low near 42°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 63°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 44°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 46°F, high around 60°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, high of about 60°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Fog this morning blankets parts of the Temecula Valley, and should be around tomorrow morning as well. Partly cloudy afternoons are expected the next couple of days, with declining temperatures, as a storm approaches. The bulk of the storm is predicted to hit late Sunday and Monday, with aftereffects and unsettled weather through much of next week.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, then patchy fog with drizzle possible, low around 49°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, low near 47°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, rain likely (60% chance), high around 60°F.
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy, showers likely, low of about 48°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, showers likely, high near 59°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 39°F, high around 59°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, high of about 60°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 60°F.

The cooling trend continues today and into the weekend, with mostly clear skies today, partly cloudy skies tomorrow and Saturday, and then clouds and showers starting late Saturday. Showers are predicted to be with us a while; there is a chance of showers each day Saturday through Wednesday, with rain likely on Saturday night through Monday.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then patchy fog, low around 47°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, patchy fog after midnight, low near 48°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers late, high around 66°F.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy, showers likely, low of about 48°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, showers likely, high near 59°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, showers likely, low around 48°F, high around 59°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high of about 61°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 66°F.

After two warm days, temperatures begin to cool today as weak low pressure aloft replaces high pressure. With the onshore flow, fog may reach the Temecula Valley the next couple of nights, and the skies should get cloudier. A storm front is predicted to arrive on Sunday, bringing with it a substantial amount of rain, currently estimated at more than one inch.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 82°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 47°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, then patchy fog, low near 47°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 70°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 45°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, low around 49°F, high around 59°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high of about 59°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of rain, high near 66°F.

High pressure continues to bring warmer temperatures to the Temecula Valley, with two more days in the 80's expected today and tomorrow. A cooling trend starts Thursday, and there is a chance of rain predicted for Sunday and Monday.

Today: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 85°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 45°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 80°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low near 47°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 75°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, except for patchy morning fog, low of about 45°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, patchy morning fog, afternoon breeze, low around 50°F, high around 67°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high of about 61°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 61°F.

Warmer days are ahead as high pressure builds in the great basin area. We may see wrong way winds tomorrow, and highs are predicted to be near 80°F by Tuesday. The high is predicted to weaken towards next weekend, and partly cloudy conditions and high temperatures in the 60's should result.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 39°F.
Monday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 74°F.
Monday night: Clear, northeast winds possible, low near 41°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high around 79°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 45°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 79°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 45°F, high around 76°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Rainfall from last night's storm was light and appears to be finished, although there are some leftover winds and temperatures will continue to be on the cool side. A warming trend gets underway from here, as several consecutive days of sunshine are expected. More clouds are predicted towards the end of next week, with high temperatures cooling after Wednesday.

Today: Partly cloudy, breezy, high near 62°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 25 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 39°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Sunday night: Clear, low near 41°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 71°F.
Monday night: Clear, low of about 45°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 46°F, high around 72°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

This morning was so cool that I went back into the archive to find out the lowest April temperature on record. The answer: today, with a low of 38.4°F. The previous lowest April temperature was 38.5°F on April 8th, 2001. We've reached the time of year when temperatures in the 30's are unusual in the Temecula Valley, but the cool conditions continue between storms.

The next couple of days will be barely get above 60°F, if that. Expect more windy conditions this afternoon as the cooler air gets sucked through the valley to the desert. Increasing clouds and showers are possible tonight and tomorrow morning, as the region is brushed by a storm which will pass mainly to the north. After that, a warming trend is predicted, with high temperatures back up in the 70's by mid week.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 61°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, slight chance (20%) of showers after midnight, low around 46°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers (20%) in the morning, high of about 59°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 41°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 64°F.
Sunday night: Clear, low of about 40°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 44°F, high around 76°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

Cool days will be with us through the weekend, with high temperatures in the low-to-mid 60's. Another weak storm is approaching, and might brush the area Friday night and Saturday morning. After that, the clouds should clear out and a warming trend is predicted to begin. Yet another storm is expected late next week.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 25 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Parly cloudy, low around 45°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 65°F.
Friday night: Parly cloudy, slight chance (20%) of showers after midnight, low near 48°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers (20%) in the morning, high around 63°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 45°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 46°F, high around 76°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.

A little rain so far this morning (enough to register on the rain gauge), and perhaps a little more on the way today. Expect cool and breezy conditions as the cold front blows through. The weather is going to stay in the 60's for a while, with partly cloudy skies, ahead of another storm system that might brush the area on Saturday. A warming trend is predicted for early next week.

Today: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of isolated showers, high near 64°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Parly cloudy, low around 45°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Thursday night: Parly cloudy, low near 46°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 46°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers (20%), high near 65°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy then clearing, afternoon breeze, low around 46°F, high around 70°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

As high pressure moves out, today will be much cooler but still nice. At least until tonight, when there is a slight chance of showers through tomorrow morning. Total precipitation is expected to be under .10 inches. Partly cloudy and cool much of the rest of the week, with the weekend's storm currently predicted not to amount to much.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of light rain, low around 50°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of light rain in the morning, high of about 66°F.
Wednesday night: Parly cloudy, low near 46°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 46°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers, low around 48°F, high around 65°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high of about 66°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

High pressure aloft holds on through today, with warm temperatures expected. A cooling trend begins tomorrow, and clouds move in by Tuesday night. A significant storm is due Friday and might last through the weekend, bringing with it a chance of showers.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 46°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly cloudy, morning drizzle possible, low near 50°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high around 66°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 46°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 48°F, high around 63°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high of about 63°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 63°F.

Last night's top wind gusts were 27mph, not even close to the previous morning's 47mph. Another windy day is predicted today, but the winds should decrease in the afternoon and dissipate tonight. Following today, a cooling trend will bring high temperatures down into the 60's by midweek. The latter part of the week is predicted to be mostly cloudy, with a chance of rain on Friday and Saturday.

Today: Sunny, northeast winds decreasing in the afternoon, high near 83°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 61 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 46°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 78°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low near 44°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 74°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly cloudy, morning drizzle possible, low of about 50°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 46°F, high around 67°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high of about 63°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 63°F.

10:50 am: Wrong way winds have been fierce all night and this morning, gusting up to 47mph. For those wondering, the strongest winds of the year so far (and actually the strongest in TemeculaWeather.com history) occurred on January 8th, with gusts up to 57mph. Note that eastern facing slopes bear the brunt of the winds, and this sensor is on a west facing slope, so actual wind speeds may be even higher in some places.

Strong offshore flow continues through this afternoon, when it starts to weaken, but Santa Ana winds may be with us through Sunday. The strong winds are keeping the heat lower than originally expected, so highs this weekend should be in the lower to mid 80's. A cooling trend develops Monday, with partly cloudy and cool days expected by Tuesday, and a chance of rain near the end of the week.

Today: Sunny, northeast winds decreasing in the afternoon, high near 82°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, northeast winds gusting up to 25mph, low around 58°F.
Sunday: Sunny, northeast winds gusting up to 25mph, high of about 85°F.
Sunday night: Clear, low near 51°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 78°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 51°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 46°F, high around 67°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 62°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 61°F.

There is a mild breeze from the east at this writing, but a Santa Ana event is expected today and may last through Saturday night. Winds in the Temecula Valley may reach between 30 and 40mph, and temperatures will be very warm for this time of year, challenging 90°F all the way through the weekend. A cooling trend and some clouds is due after that, bring high temperatures down to their spring normals by Tuesday.

Today: Sunny, northeast winds gusting up to 40mph, high near 86°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, northeast winds gusting up to 40mph, low around 58°F.
Saturday: Sunny, northeast winds gusting up to 40mph, high of about 89°F.
Saturday night: Clear, breezy, low near 58°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 90°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 51°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 82°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 47°F, high around 73°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.

The National Weather Service has issued a high wind watch warning tonight through Saturday, due to an expected strong Santa Ana event. Today will be sunny and mild, then the winds and sun will warm the Temecula Valley into the mid 80's over the weekend. Conditions will gradually cool off next week, with a possible chance of rain late in the week.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, northeast winds possible, low around 51°F.
Friday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 78°F.
Friday night: Clear, windy, low near 51°F.
Saturday: Sunny, windy, high around 86°F.
Saturday night: Clear, low of about 50°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 50°F, high around 76°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.

Continued sunny conditions in the Temecula Valley but not as warm as a low pressure system passes by. The cooling trend continues through Thursday, then a Santa Ana wind condition is due for Friday and the weekend, and high temperatures may rise into the 80's by Sunday. Another cooling trend and a few clouds are predicted after that.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 79°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 62 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 44°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Thursday night: Clear, northeast winds possible, low near 45°F.
Friday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high around 76°F.
Friday night: Clear, northeast winds possible, low of about 46°F.
Saturday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 77°F.
Sunday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, low around 45°F, high around 83°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

Warm sunshine will be a welcome change after yesterday's dreary clouds and cool. A cooling trend is predicted after today, bottoming out Thursday. Following that, a potentially strong Santa Ana condition may dominate the weekend, leading to rising temperatures and strong wind gusts.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 78°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 45°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 77°F.
Wednesday night: Clear, low near 42°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 70°F.
Thursday night: Clear, northeast winds possible, low of about 45°F.
Friday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 76°F.
Saturday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, low around 48°F, high around 80°F.
Sunday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 80°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.

There is low clouds and fog in the Temecula Valley this morning, so be careful on the roads. Low pressure will keep the high temperature down today, but most of the rest of the week looks fair. A possible and unusual (for this time of year, anyway) Santa Ana wind event is predicted for Friday and Saturday.

Today: Mostly cloudy, then partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high near 67°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 45°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear early, patchy fog after midnight, low near 48°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 73°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 45°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, low around 50°F, high around 78°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 78°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.

More sunshine and beautiful weather today. Temperatures should stay in the 70's all week, despite some cloudy, especially tomorrow. High pressure quickly rebuilds after that and the rest of the week looks nice, warming slightly into next weekend.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, patchy fog and drizzle late, low around 47°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, then partly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon, high of about 70°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low near 45°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 76°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 45°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 45°F, high around 71°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 79°F.

Warmer weather over the next week as high pressure gets situated above Southern California. Today should be the warmest of the days, and may reach 80°F. There will be some clouds Sunday and Monday, as well as Thursday and Friday, as low pressure systems come through, but no rain is currently expected.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 79°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 63 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, except for patchy low clouds and fog late, low around 45°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy, patchy fog and drizzle late, low near 47°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy then partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 71°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 43°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 44°F, high around 78°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

As spring gets underway, high pressure building aloft will bring a nice weekend to the Temecula Valley, with mild temperatures. Sunshine today and Saturday, then clouds build ahead of a low pressure system coming through on Monday. There is a chance of showers later in the week on Wednesday and Thursday.

Our thoughts and prayers are with our troops in action in Iraq and Afghanistan. May they finish their deployment swiftly and come home safely and soon.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 44°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 78°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 47°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 71°F.
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy, areas of low clouds, fog, and drizzle, low of about 51°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy then clearing, afternoon breeze, low around 41°F, high around 72°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of rain, high of about 65°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of rain, high near 61°F.

Spring starts today, at 5:00 pm. Showers are out of the forecast as the storm passes too far north. After today, sunny weather for the weekend with temperatures near 70°F. Some clouds early next week, then a potentially significant system is due on Thursday.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 44°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, high of about 69°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 45°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 71°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 43°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 72°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.

Fair weather in the Temecula Valley today and most of the next week, except for tomorrow when there is a slight chance of showers. A storm system passing to the north of us is responsible. But we should otherwise stay dry through the next week, with mild temperatures mostly in the 70's, and some days dipping into the 60's.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, patchy fog late, low around 44°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, high of about 63°F.
Thursday night: Mostly cloudy, low near 43°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 41°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 73°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.

After nothing from yesterday's storm, the weather looks fair before another chance of showers on Thursday. Low level high pressure near the four corners area may cause gusty winds in the region today and tonight, but the weather is predicted to mostly be nice otherwise. Predicted weather for this weekend looks nice, with sunshine and high temperatures in the 70's. Spring begins Thursday at 5:00pm.

Today: Mostly sunny, gusty winds possible, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, gusty winds possible, low around 40°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low near 39°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, high around 64°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 41°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 73°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Another inch of rain yesterday, a lot of it last night, left storm totals near 3". Cool and windy today as a weak Gulf of Alaska storm follows what turned out to be a major storm. The forecast calls for scattered showers, possible hail and thunderstorms, and snow levels near 5000 feet. But not much in the way of precipation, unlike the last couple of days. The rest of this week looks warmer and drier. The only disturbance predicted is a storm passing to the north of us on Thursday.

Today: Partly cloudy, scattered showers (50% chance), slight chance of thunderstorms, gusty winds possible, high near 60°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, gusty winds possible, low around 41°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low near 39°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 71°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 45°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 70°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

10:16am: There are some wind gusts this morning and another 1/2" of rain on the ground, following nearly 2" yesterday. Rainfall totals for this season are now above 12", into the Temecula Valley's normal range with about a month of the rainiest part of the season to go.

The current storm fizzles out today, with scattered showers remaining by this afternoon. A colder storm will follow this one across the region Monday, but doesn't bring with it much moisture. The rest of the weak is mostly dry and fair after that. A storm is predicted to pass by to the north on Thursday, then high pressure builds into next weekend for nice temperatures.

Today: Becoming partly cloudy, 40% chance of scattered showers, high near 59°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, low around 47°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, slight chance of thunderstorms, high of about 59°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers (20%), low near 44°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 45°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 48°F, high around 66°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 74°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 78°F.

Showers have started in the Temecula Valley, as a Pacific storm moves into the region. Rain can be expected to be heavy at times, especially this afternoon and tonight, when up to 1" is expected. Snow levels should drop to 5500 feet on Sunday, and up to one foot of snow is expected in the local mountains. Another 0.4" of rain is expected Sunday and Monday in the Temecula Valley, although showers should be dwindling by Monday. Another storm may brush the region on Thursday, but there's no precipitation in the forecast yet. Next weekend, unlike this one, currently looks sunny and dry.

Today: Rain developing, mostly cloudy, breezy, high near 60°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 38 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Rain, heavy at times, low around 52°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, 60% chance of showers, high of about 59°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, low near 47°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, high around 60°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 43°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 66°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy then sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

A Pacific storm is approaching, and is projected to reach our area by Saturday afternoon. Showers will be likely Saturday afternoon, with periods of rain Saturday night, and showers lingering through Monday. Total rainfall projections are 0.5" to 1.5" for the Temecula Valley. Following the storm, it looks like we'll get a drying out period. Another storm which was going to arrive next Thursday currently looks like it will pass to the north.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 48°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, rain likely (60% chance), high of about 64°F.
Saturday night: Periods of rain (80% chance), low near 53°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, 60% chance of showers, high around 58°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, low of about 48°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high near 63°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 42°F, high around 66°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

High pressure is beginning to diminish, and our nice weather will with it, leading into a storm system this weekend. The brunt of the storm is currently due Saturday night and showers are possible through Monday evening. I don't have projected rain totals yet but the storm has been labeled significant. Following that, there is couple of days breather and then another chance of rain predicted for next Thursday.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 78°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear early, then areas of low clouds and patchy fog late, low around 48°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low near 48°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of rain, high around 68°F.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy, rain likely, low of about 51°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, rain likely, high near 58°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 49°F, high around 60°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.

The marine layer hasn't been reaching the Temecula Valley from the coast but as it deepens tonight it might. Upper level high pressure is still dominant, but temperatures will begin to slide as storms approach. Sunday's storm is predicted to be significant, and storms are likely to follow it next week over the region.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear early, then areas of low clouds and patchy fog late, low around 43°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 42°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 75°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 47°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of rain, high near 71°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, low around 48°F, high around 61°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high of about 57°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 59°F.

More nice days today through Friday as high pressure continues to dominate the local weather pattern. Temperatures will dip back down in the 70's today and tomorrow, but may be back up near 80°F Thursday and Friday. Clouds and rain are still predicted for the weekend, with the main part of the storm arriving Saturday night or Sunday.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear early, then areas of low clouds and patchy fog late, low around 45°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear early, then patchy low clouds and fog late, low near 45°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 80°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 43°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of rain, low around 47°F, high around 68°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high of about 59°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 59°F.

Surprising but not unusually warm weather yesterday is also expected today and Tuesday. Upper level high pressure is bringing the pleasant days, and onshore flow is bringing in some low clouds and fog from the coast. Almost spring weather. A storm is gathering for later this week, the brunt of which could hit on Sunday.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 80°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear early, then patchy low clouds and fog late, locally dense, low around 42°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 80°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear early, then patchy low clouds and fog late, low near 46°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 76°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 44°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of rain, low around 45°F, high around 65°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of rain, high of about 63°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 59°F.

More sunny weather through most of the next week, with mild temperatures. Even the lows will be milder as the Temecula Valley should stay in the 40's. Storms are predicted to break the nice weather pattern at the end of the week and next weekend. The first storm is predicted for Friday and should be weak. The second is predicted to pass through the region on Saturday and the severity of that one is unknown.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 44°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Monday night: Becoming partly cloudy, low near 45°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 72°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 44°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 45°F, high around 75°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high of about 63°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high near 66°F.

Some fog was in the Temecula Valley early this morning, but has vanished now. The next few days will be sunny and mild, with cool mornings. Later next week, cloud buildup is predicted ahead of a weak Gulf of Alaska storm, which is currently due on Friday, and brings with it some threat of rain.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 39°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Sunday night: Clear, low near 43°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 75°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 43°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 44°F, high around 74°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high near 62°F.

A warming trend continues this weekend as high pressure builds over the region. Sunny, mild weather should be with us for a while, but will gradually begin to break down the middle of next week ahead of a storm track. The jet stream is currently to the north of us and funneling storms over the Pacific Northwest area.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 39°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Saturday night: Clear, low near 43°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 75°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 43°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 75°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Rain is going to remain north of us for a while as the region enjoys a week of dry, warmer, nice weather. There may be some night and morning fog the next couple of days while high pressure builds. The end of this dry spell may be around March 15th, when storms might dip down into Southern California once again.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, patchy fog after midnight, low around 39°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, patchy fog after midnight, low near 43°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 75°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 43°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 73°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.

We're going to dry out for a while after a series of mild and not-so-mild storms. Fair weather is predicted for about the next week, with warmer temperatures on tap as high pressure builds aloft. According to very long range forecasts, the next chance of rain in Southern California won't be until after March 15th.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 25 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 39°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 39°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 71°F.
Friday night: Clear, low of about 39°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 74°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 68°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.

Showers have started overnight, but today's rainfall should be less than originally expected, and the storm should clear out tonight, sooner than expected. There is 0.05" of precipitation on the ground at this point, and another tenth to a quarter of an inch is estimated for today, which may be enough to get the Temecula Valley over the ten inch mark for the season. The rest of the week looks sunny and dry, with gradual warming.

Today: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of scattered showers, slight chance of thunderstorms, high near 57°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, chance of showers early (40% chance), low around 39°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 63°F.
Wednesday night: Clear, low near 39°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 64°F.
Thursday night: Clear, low of about 39°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 42°F, high around 73°F.
Sunday: Becoming partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

An approaching storm brings with it a predicted 1/4" to 3/4" of rainfall, and may start as soon as tonight. The bulk of the rainfall should be Tuesday, with residual showers on Wednesday. The expected subtropical moisture that might have been a part of this storm has not happened, so this will be a colder Pacific storm and snow levels will drop to 5000 feet. The rest of the week looks drier and warmer but still partly cloudy as high pressure builds Thursday.

Today: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, chance of light rain late (30% chance), low around 45°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of rain, high of about 61°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of showers, low near 48°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of rain, high around 61°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 48°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 70°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

Widespread showers overnight left a litle precipitation in the Temecula Valley, but today will warmer and sunny, the first nicer day in a while. It will be shortlived, though, as significant rainfall is predicted Tuesday through Thursday. There are no predictions on how significant this next storm will be, mainly because there is uncertainty about the storm track. Next weekend should be dry and warmer as we get a decent break from the wet weather we've been having.

There's not many years of precipitation data currently recorded, but February's total of 5.66" was the wettest month on record, narrowly beating out February, 2001, which had 5.64". The driest February was last year, with only 0.16". What a difference a year makes!

Today: Sunny, breezy, high near 71°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 35 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 39°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze and increasing high clouds, high of about 68°F.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers late (30% chance), low near 45°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of rain, high around 57°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, low of about 48°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 57°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 46°F, high around 57°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 64°F.

The slight chance of showers for today has been pushed off until tonight. The storm is inching down the coast but should be gone by Sunday morning. Sunny and nice on Sunday, with northeast winds possible in the morning, before the skies start to get cloudy again ahead of an approaching storm now due to hit on Wednesday.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 38 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers (20%), low around 44°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, breezy, high of about 71°F.
Sunday night: Clear, low near 39°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 68°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 45°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 63°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 46°F, high around 61°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high of about 61°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 64°F.

Conditions begin to dry out today as the storm has moved on. There is a slight chance of showers on Saturday, but no major chance of rain until Tuesday. Sunday may feature light wrong way winds in the morning, and should be sunny and pleasant. A major Pacific storm looks to dominate the middle portion of next week, with a chance of showers Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 64°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 38 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 42°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers (20%), high of about 62°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low near 39°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 70°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 40°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 45°F, high around 62°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high of about 61°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 61°F.

More showers today, heavy at times, especially later this morning, with another 1/2" to 1" expected. This, in addition to what we've had already this week, will lead to flooding in some areas this morning and this afternoon. The weekend looks to give us a break from this suddenly wet February, as the first part of March starts out under partly cloudy skies, but with a slight chance of showers on Saturday. Sunday will be sunny, then clouds build again Monday for the next storm, currently due on Tuesday. Next week's storm is a pineapple express and could be very wet.

With all of the rainfall we've had in February and a potentially wet storm next week, it looks at the moment that we're going to finish this rain season above normal. Normal for the Temecula Valley is between 12" and 14". February and March, not surprisingly, are the wettest months.

TemeculaWeather.com was mentioned once again yesterday in The Californian newspaper. The referenced story about this unending storm features a photo showing water spilling over the Canyon Lake dam.

Today: Mostly cloudy, numerous showers (60% chance), high near 57°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 25 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, chance of showers (30% chance), low around 46°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low near 41°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers (20%), high around 62°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 39°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 66°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high of about 61°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 61°F.

After two inches of rain, showers continue this morning. And more is on the way, as a chance of showers persists through Thursday night. The current storm is moving slowly off to the east, and another one is behind it, the bulk of which should hit Thursday and could lead to another 1/3" of rain. Rainfall projections for today are for 1/3" to 1/2". Another storm that seemingly doesn't end. There is another chance of showers on Saturday, then a mild drying out period predicted after that.

Today: Partly cloudy, scattered showers (30% chance), high near 59°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 38 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers (20% chance), low around 43°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers (40% chance), high of about 60°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers (20% chance), low near 43°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 62°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 39°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high near 58°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 62°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 65°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 59°F.

The rain started just after 1am, and as of 7:15 accumulations are already over 1.5". An urban and small stream flooding advisory has been issued until 8am today. Flooding of low lying areas is likely this morning. Forecasters are expecting 2" of rain total; the Temecula Valley may go over that. Expect the rain to taper off to showers later this morning, and a chance of showers later tonight. Cool days and mostly partly cloudy weather after today, with the next chance of rain on Saturday.

Today: Cloudy, rain in the morning with a chance of thunderstorms, showers in the afternoon, high near 56°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, low around 43°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 58°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly cloudy, low near 38°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 61°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 36°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 62°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 41°F, high around 60°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 62°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

A strong Pacific storm is coming, and showers are possible this morning, but heavy rain shouldn't get started until this afternoon or tonight. Rain will taper off to showers tomorrow and Wednesday, with currently 1" total rainfall expected. There is a winter storm warning for the local mountains with snow levels expected to drop to 4000 feet by Tuesday morning. The rest of the week looks cool and partly cloudy.

Today: Cloudy, chance of showers in the morning, rain likely in the afternoon, (60% chance), high near 61°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Rain, heavy at times, with a chance of thunderstorms, low around 51°F.
Tuesday: Cloudy, chance of showers, high of about 59°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, 40% chance of showers, low near 46°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, high around 58°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 40°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 61°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 62°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 62°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Increasing cloudiness heralds the arrival of a storm in the Temecula Valley tomorrow morning. Some showers tomorrow morning will be in the vanguard of the main part of the storm, which is predicted to cause heavy rainfall at times from Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning. Total rainfall accumulation for our area should be between 1 and 2". Snow levels are predicted to drop to 4500 feet by Tuesday morning. The rest of the week looks to be cool and partly cloudy, right up through next weekend.

Today: Variable high clouds, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 25 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, low around 53°F.
Monday: Cloudy, chance of rain in the morning, rain likely in the afternoon, (70% chance), high of about 59°F.
Monday night: Rain (80% chance), heavy at times, with a chance of thunderstorms, low near 51°F.
Tuesday: Cloudy, 70% chance of showers, high around 58°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 45°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 58°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 61°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 61°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 61°F.

3:48pm: See the new story about Thursday morning's hailstorm in the Temecula Valley, including some photos taken on Murrieta Hot Springs Road around dawn. Also, some of the monthly climate data links had been broken and are repaired as of now.

One more day of nice sunny weather before the clouds begin their return, building to rain on Monday and Tuesday and possible showers on Wednesday. The storm approaching is a cold Gulf of Alaska storm that will bring down snow levels to 5000 feet and is predicted to add another 1 to 2" of rain to Temecula Valley rainfall totals this season.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 40°F.
Sunday: Increasing clouds, afternoon breeze, high of about 67°F.
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy, low near 47°F.
Monday: Cloudy, 50% chance of rain in the afternoon, high around 65°F.
Monday night: Cloudy, rain likely low of about 48°F.
Tuesday: Cloudy, rain likely, chance of thunderstorms, high near 58°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 47°F, high around 60°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

After the events of Wednesday night and Thursday morning, nothing so interesting is/staticarmer and sunny weather is expected. Low pressure in the Pacific Ocean is approaching, though, and should make landfall on Monday, bringing with it a decent chance of rain for most of early next week.

For those of you trying to use the weather applet, I've repaired it and it will display weather information correctly again. The web server change two weeks ago broke it.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 40°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 38°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 67°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 44°F.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 66°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, low around 44°F, high around 66°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high of about 66°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

3:30pm: Several people have reported hail around midnight this morning in the northern part of Temecula. Thanks to Elizabeth Schmit for this photo documenting the event. Several neighborhoods lost power for approximately two hours. The hail was several inches thick in places and some thought it for snow. Hail can actually be balls of snow or ice. Soft hail is referred to as graupel, and can be easily mistaken for snow. But reports have last night's event as very noisy, which would be unlike true snowfall or even graupel.

12:48pm: The old addresses are reestablished by the ISP alongside the new ones and most everyone should be able to reach the site again. Apologies for what was almost an 18 hour outage for most.

10:52am: Internet address changes by our internet service provider yesterday have led to a great number of you being unable to access this site while domain name servers across the internet replace old numbers with new numbers. Bear with us; we didn't have any choice in the matter.

Thunder and lightning accompanied a small amount of rain last night that was barely enough to register on the rain gauge. Wrong way winds are possible through tomorrow, with sunny conditions and warmer temperatures through Saturday. High pressure is shortlived, however, as another cooling trend begins by Sunday with cloudiness predicted to return and another shot at rain next Tuesday and Wednesday.

Today: Partly cloudy, northeast winds possible, high near 66°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, northeast winds possible, low around 38°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 74°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 40°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 71°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 39°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 44°F, high around 67°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high of about 66°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 66°F.

A low pressure system moving down the coast will bring with it a chance of showers tonight. Behind the storm, the weather will turn sunny Thursday afternoon and warm up a little for the weekend. Little change in the long term forecast as days are predicted to remain mostly sunny with mild temperatures into next week.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 37 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, slight chance of thunderstorms, low around 46°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy early, turning to mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 65°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, windy, low near 39°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 71°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 39°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 68°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 68°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

Subtropical moisture is being funneled through the region and may lead to a few sprinkles, but mostly we will have cloudy conditions today as it passes. Another storm arrives Wednesday, but is not predicted to have much punch. Sunny days and warmer temperatures are predicted for a few days after that as weak high pressure moves through. Another storm system may arrive Monday or early next week.

Today: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, a few sprinkles possible, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 44°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, low near 48°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 65°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 39°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 72°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

Cloudy conditions for the next several day as a storm system passes by to the north. A few sprinkles may be possible, but are not in the forecast. Sunny conditions return the latter half of the week as high pressure aloft becomes established.

Today: Partly cloudy by afternoon, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, then mostly cloudy after midnight with patchy fog, low around 47°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, patchy morning fog, then partly cloudy in the afternoon, afternoon breeze, high of about 68°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly cloudy, low near 48°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy in the morning, mostly sunny in the afternoon, afternoon breeze, high around 68°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 43°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 72°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

The storm system moving through today is very weak and probably won't result in precipitation this far south. Partly cloudy conditions are predicted for many days after today, even though a large mass of subtropical moisture is situated to the southwest and may come onshore at some point. Brief high pressure is predicted at the end of week, leading to mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures Friday and Saturday.

Today: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers (30% chance), mostly in the morning, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 38 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 49°F.
Monday (President's Day): Partly cloudy, patchy morning fog, afternoon breeze, high of about 65°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low near 39°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 68°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 40°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 67°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.

Clouds remain in the forecast for a while, due to westerly flow and storms passing to the north of our region. One storm may get close enough on Sunday to cause some scattered showers. Late next week, on Thursday or Friday, a storm is predicted to hit Southern California.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 38 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 45°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers (20% chance), high of about 64°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low near 49°F.
Monday (President's Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 64°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 40°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 70°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high of about 66°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 66°F.

Happy Valentine's Day! Most of the impressive rain storm has past, having left nearly three inches of rain on the ground. Our season rain totals are probably at or near normal at this point, with more rain chances Sunday and late next week, starting Thursday. Sunday's storm is expected to mostly miss to the north. There is also a possibility of rain on Tuesday which may make it into the NWS forecasts sometime today. Their model runs are showing that that potential storm includes tropical moisture much like the one that just hit us, but less severe.

Today: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers in the morning (20% chance), high near 64°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 48°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low near 43°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers (20% chance), high around 64°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 40°F.
Monday (President's Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 66°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 62°F.

It seems like it's been a while since we had a storm like that of the last couple of days, but we did back in February, 2001, two years ago. Yesterday's rainfall total of 1.31" wasn't the most on record, either, with 1.58" recorded January 11, 2001. Keep in mind that rainfall records on TemeculaWeather.com only date from October, 2000.

More showers are in the forecast for today and tonight, with an estimate of another 1/2" to 3/4" of rainfall through tonight. Storm totals are now over 2.5" in the past three days. Partly cloudy tomorrow and Saturday as high pressure warms things up a little, then another, weaker storm comes through on Sunday. Another bout of high pressure and a warming trend is predicted after that into next week, but partly cloudy skies should remain.

Today: Mostly cloudy, showers likely (70% chance), slight chance of thunderstorms, high near 61°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 29 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of showers, low around 48°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low near 38°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 66°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 40°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance of showers, high near 65°F.
Monday (President's Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 66°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.

10:59am: The rain gauge is rewired and operating correctly as of now, and I've restored a value for today based on other observations. The corrosion problem which has plagued the rainfall readings for much of the past month shouldn't reoccur, since the new wire is continuous.

8:30am: Actual rainfall for yesterday has been corrected to 1.10", which I believe is very close to correct. In addition, I discovered corroded wiring on one of the rain gauge wire connections which was the source of yesterday's troubles, and the three previous rain gauge run away events endured over the past three weeks. The connection was thoroughly cleaned out, but the problem may reoccur. Sometime this morning I'll replace the entire wire and get rid of the bad connection.

Much more rain expected today through Friday morning. Flash flood warnings are in effect as there is 2-3" predicted for the Temecula Valley. This on top of the more than 1" we received yesterday, which was much more than expected and much earlier than expected. Another weaker storm follows this one on Sunday and Monday, and may spoil part of the holiday weekend.

Today: Cloudy, periods of rain, heavy at times, high near 61°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Cloudy, showers, low around 51°F.
Thursday: Cloudy, showers likely (70% chance), chance of thunderstorms, high of about 64°F.
Thursday night: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of showers, low near 49°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, partly cloudy in the afternoon, high around 65°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 39°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, low around 45°F, high around 65°F.
Monday (President's Day): Mostly cloudy, chance of showers in the morning, partly cloudy in the afternoon, high of about 66°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Rain has started falling this morning and should continue all the way through Friday as a large, wet storm slowly moves through the region. A quarter inch of precipitation is already on the ground. Heavy rain is likely tonight and Wednesday. Total rainfall of over three inches (!) is predicted by Thursday morning for the Temecula Valley. There will be flooding in various places as a result.

At 6am this morning I noticed the rain gauge wasn't recording today's rainfall correctly. I went outside and noticed it was clogged (thanks, sparrows). Fortunately all the water was collected and sitting in the collector, so after I quickly cleaned it out, I poured the rainfall back in. Thus, today's rainfall total is close to correct (within 0.01") but the timing of the rain is a little off.

10:16am: Problems continue with the rain gauge, which has reported too much rain in two bursts a few minutes ago. I've corrected the totals back. A manual rain gauge in my backyard indicates the current value is very close. This is the same problem that's been plaguing the weather station the past three weeks, and is different from the clog problem earlier this morning. I can't predict if there will be more false values or not today, but I should be able to correct any anomalies.

Today: Mostly cloudy, 40% chance of rain, high near 65°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of rain, low around 48°F.
Wednesday: Rain, mostly cloudy, high of about 59°F.
Wednesday night: Rain, mostly cloudy, low near 47°F.
Thursday: Rain, mostly cloudy, tapering to showers Thursday evening (70% chance), high around 59°F.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, low of about 45°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers, high near 64°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 44°F, high around 66°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, slight chance of rain in the afternoon, high of about 66°F.
Monday (President's Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

It's the end of sunny days for a while as a storm approaches for the Pacific. The storm is slow moving, though, and will just give the Temecula Valley cloud cover the next two days, and rain finally on Wednesday. Rain chances continue Thursday and Friday before a brief break Saturday and the onset of another storm Sunday. Rainfall is predicted to be heaviest late Wednesday. Preliminary rainfall projections for Wednesday and Thursday are between one and two inches.

Today: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, low around 42°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Tuesday night: Cloudy, low near 45°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, rain likely (70% chance), high around 61°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly cloudy, rain likely, low of about 46°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, rain likely, high near 64°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, low around 46°F, high around 64°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 66°F.

Two more days of sunny, dry and nice conditions before a pineapple express storm hits on Tuesday night or Wednesday morning. The storm is approaching from the southwest, and has sucked up tropical moisture, so it will be a relatively warm storm and will likely send a fair amount of rain our way (up to one inch by current projections).

Some things might still not be working right after a web server technology switch last night. I've moved this site and my other web sites to an application server called JBoss, which includes a web server called Jetty. Previously this site had been based on Apache and Apache Tomcat. The new setup is less complex, easier to administer, uses less memory on the server, and paves the way for future endeavors. There are still a couple of outstanding problems but they should be resolved quickly. Some of you noticed issues last night and this morning which have been resolved with links off of the site and www.temeculaweather.com displaying the wrong page. If you notice anything out of the ordinary (links not working, etc.), please tell me.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 34°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low near 38°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of rain late, high around 73°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly cloudy, rain likely low of about 46°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, rain likely, high near 64°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, rain likely, low around 46°F, high around 64°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high of about 66°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Showers have missed this time, and enjoy the sunny weather the rest of this weekend, because rain is predicted starting Tuesday. A slow moving storm is predicted to dump rain between Tuesday and Friday.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 34°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low near 34°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 73°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 35°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, chance of rain late, high near 70°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, rain likely, low around 46°F, high around 64°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, rain likely, high of about 64°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain, high near 66°F.

The weak storm that had been predicted to hit this afternoon is now going to pass to the south, and there will be only a slight chance of rain in the Temecula Valley on Saturday morning. Cool and breezy today and this weekend, and into the early part of next week. Saturday night looks to be particularly cold. A strong storm is predicted to arrive by Thursday, and storms are lined up behind it.

Today: Partly cloudy, breezy, high near 67°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 52 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, breezy, 20% chance of showers after midnight, low around 38°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, breezy, high of about 63°F.
Saturday night: Clear, low near 30°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 69°F.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 35°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, breezy, high near 70°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, slight chance of showers, low around 40°F, high around 69°F.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, breezy, high of about 61°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, rain likely, high near 58°F.

In spite of freezing temperatures this morning, no frost is present in my yard, probably because of a slight breeze. Some sheltered areas may have frost this morning in the Temecula Valley. As the weather pattern changes, storms are lining up to come through the region. The first is due tomorrow afternoon, with up to 1/3" total precipitation through Saturday expected. Another stronger storm is expected Wednesday of next week.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 62°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 34°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, northeast winds possible, 20% chance of showers in the afternoon, high of about 63°F.
Friday night: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of showers, slight chance of thunderstorms, low near 41°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, showers likely (60% chance), breezy, high around 57°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 33°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 69°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Wenesday: Mostly cloudy, rain likely, high near 58°F.

Offshore wind flow as a result of low pressure passing through the region is predicted for today and tomorrow, accompanied by cool temperatures, day and night. Clouds begin to gather Friday for a chance of showers Saturday morning, the first shot at rain in several weeks. Clearing is predicted after that, with continued cool temperatures and more clouds gathering by Tuesday.

Today: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 66°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, northeast winds possible, low around 34°F.
Thursday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 62°F.
Thursday night: Clear, breezy, low near 33°F.
Friday: Sunny, becoming partly cloudy, high around 61°F.
Friday night: Becoming mostly cloudy, low of about 38°F.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, partly cloudy in the afternoon, high near 61°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 35°F, high around 60°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 61°F.

Temperatures will continue to decline as the week wears on, with today and possibly tomorrow being the last days for a while with high temperature breaking 70°F. By Friday the Temecula Valley is predicted to have high temperatures only around 60°F. Another low pressure system is going through on Wednesday, and strong offshore winds are predicted after it passes.

I'm having some problems with the rain gauge malfunctioning. I had to back out more false readings this morning, and that was the third time in a week.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 52 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 38°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, then clearing, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Wednesday night: Clear, breezy, low near 34°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, windy, high around 67°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 35°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, breezy, high near 61°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, breezy, low around 35°F, high around 60°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

The weather for much of this week will be cooler and occasionally breezy, thanks to almost stationary low pressure patterns aloft. Look for Santa Ana winds today (especially this morning) and possibly again on Thursday, but without the usual accompanying upper level high. Wet weather may finally return to the forecast next week; rain is much needed at this point and would be welcome.

Today: Mostly sunny, northeast winds, decreasing in the afternoon, high near 74°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 52 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 38°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, high of about 70°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, then clearing, low near 38°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 62°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 38°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, windy, high near 65°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 38°F, high around 66°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Our prayers and condolences go out to the victims, their families, and their friends of the space shuttle Columbia disaster yesterday morning. It's been easy to take for granted these past 15 years our shuttle flights to space, and now we're given a bitter reminder of the risks. The space shuttles and the astronauts that fly into orbit on them symbolize and inspire our efforts to explore and experiment, and our hopes for a better tomorrow. Columbia's crew will be missed, and remembered.

Much cooler yesterday in the Temecula Valley, and today should be cooler still. A Santa Ana wind event may occur tonight and tomorrow, but upper level low pressure is dominant right now so there won't be much warming. High temperatures are predicted to drop into the 60's and possibly lower by the latter half of the coming week. The National Weather Service forecast discussion this morning indicates there is a chance of an extended cold period.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, northeast winds possible, low around 40°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 74°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low near 38°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 70°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 39°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 38°F, high around 66°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

It was summer for a day yesterday as the temperature got up to 94.1°F, a January record. The Temecula Valley gets 90°F heat in the winter now and then, though, and yesterday's day was not even the hottest winter temperature on record (February 4, 2001, with a high of 94.9°F, is the hottest winter temperature recorded). Even with the hot afternoon yesterday, it still didn't quite feel like a summer day, perhaps because the night and morning were so much cooler.

A cooling trend is underway which should bring high temperatures from the 80's today down to the low 70's early next week, then down into the 60's as the week continues. Low pressure systems will be moving by to the north and onshore flow should resume, which means low clouds and fog some mornings, although most mornings the marine layer won't reach as far as the Temecula Valley. Still no precipitation in the forecast.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 85°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 63 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog, low around 44°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 72°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low near 40°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 71°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 43°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 66°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Very warm today with high temperature approaching or possibly exceeding 90°F. The cooling starts tomorrow as a low pressure system comes through the region, bringing with it low clouds and fog on Saturday and Sunday morning. The weather is predicted to stay cool into next week, but no rain is predicted, at least not yet. The National Weather Service is suggesting, however, that the extended dry period we've had for most of January may be nearing an end.

As January draws to a close with an average temperature of 57.3°F, which may increase a little today, it will be the warmest winter month in the past four years and thus the entire history of TemeculaWeather.com. Usually January is among the coldest months, with very little difference in average temperatures between December, January and February, but not this year. February has the distinction of having the lowest high temperatures of the year, and is usually the wettest month in Southern California.

Today: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 89°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 57 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, patchy fog late, low around 48°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, then areas of low clouds and fog, low near 43°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 67°F.
Sunday night: Clear, low of about 39°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 66°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

The chance of Santa Ana winds is delayed one day, but today will still be warm, perhaps warmer than yesterday. After a warm Friday, dramatic cooling is expected over the weekend, with a cooling trend leading high temperatures down into the 60's by Sunday. Still no rain in the forecast, though, despite low pressure systems coming through our area over the next week.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 73 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 58°F.
Friday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 85°F.
Friday night: Clear, low near 58°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, breezy, high around 70°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 45°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, windy, high near 67°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 66°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 66°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 66°F.

Mostly sunny and dry weather continues, with little change from yesterday for today. Strong Santa Ana winds are possible Thursday and Friday, but not as strong as the gusts we had earlier this month. Temperatures then are predicted to fall to near normal for the weekend and the early part of next week.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 53 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 46°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, northeast winds, high of about 80°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear and breezy, low near 48°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, windy, high around 82°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 47°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 70°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

The cooling trend continues today and tomorrow as high pressure weakens. A new high pressure system will lead to warmer days Thursday and Friday, but it's predicted to dissipate by the weekend. Days will continue to be sunny and dry, with only some clouds over the weekend.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, then patchy fog, low around 43°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 74°F.
Wednesday night: Clear, low near 43°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 80°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 48°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 48°F, high around 70°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

Weakening high pressure will allow some high clouds overhead through Wednesday, but temperatures will continue to remain well above normal and predominantly sunny and dry. High pressure rebuilds in the latter part of the week and temperatures will warm back up to what we saw last weekend. Current predictions have the high pressure moving out over the weekend and a return to more seasonal conditions by Sunday, but without any chance of rain.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 45°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 77°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low near 43°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 76°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 43°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 82°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 51°F, high around 85°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.

Strong high pressure will lead to very warm temperatures today, possibly into the 90's, which should subside tomorrow. The weather will continue to be nice throughout the week with sunny and dry days and highs in the 80's and 70's, as this unseasonably warm January continues.

Today: Sunny and very warm, northeast winds possible, high near 90°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 79 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 50°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 83°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low near 46°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 77°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 43°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 77°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 48°F, high around 83°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 82°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 78°F.

Dry, sunny and warm conditions are predicted, with the potential for Santa Ana winds, through Sunday. The weather is predicted to continue to be dry and warm next week as well, with some cooling from this weekend but with temperatures continuing to be above normal for this time of year. So much for winter. January has been and continues to be dry and relatively warm.

Back online near 10:00am today after a 12 hour outage, I think due to multiple problems, one on my ISP and an equipment lockup at my home. My wireless modem which tranmits out the internet apparently locked up sometime after the outage started last night, and things became fine after I reset it this morning. The capture computer worked normally throughout the outage and no data was lost.

Today: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 84°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 77 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, northeast winds possible, low around 47°F.
Sunday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 82°F.
Sunday night: Clear, low near 47°F.
Monday: Mostly clear, afternoon breeze, high around 82°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 43°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 76°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 83°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 83°F.

A warming trend is underway as high pressure aloft builds into this weekend. There will be some clouds, but it should be warm as well with highs into the 80's. Santa Ana winds are expected in some areas, but not in ours. Cooling is predicted into the new week, but temperatures look to remain above normal as they've been for much of January.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 78°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy with patchy fog, low around 45°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 80°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low near 48°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 80°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 43°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 76°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.

Different amounts of clouds the next few days, and fog in the mornings, but upper level high pressure is building and temperatures are predicted to rise into the weekend. High temperatures in the 80's are expected Saturday and Sunday. Cooling after that into next week as the high pressure system breaks down and moves off, but no rain is expected; it looks as if the rest of January will be dry.

Today: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 73°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy with patchy fog, low around 46°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Friday night: Partly cloudy with patchy fog, low near 48°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 80°F.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 49°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 46°F, high around 74°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 74°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

More clouds today and tomorrow, but no rain is in the forecast. Temperatures will continue to be close to or slightly above the seasonal norms. High pressure is predicted to build going into this weekend for slightly warmer days and sunny conditions.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, low around 48°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 73°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 47°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 75°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 44°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 48°F, high around 74°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

More clouds over the next several days as another weak low pressure system comes over the region. No rain is expected, though. After that, a weak upper level high pressure system is predicted for the weekend which should lead to sunny skies and warmer temperatures.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 42 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy with patchy fog, low around 44°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly cloudy, low near 50°F.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 73°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 47°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 48°F, high around 74°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.

A storm that orginally was supposed to pass south of us brought early morning showers to the Temecula Valley this morning. The next couple of days will be variably cloudy and cooler, then upper level high pressure will warm things up a little in the latter part of the week, although the weather will remain fair.

Today: Variably cloudy, 20% chance of morning showers, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy with patchy fog, low around 43°F.
Tuesday: Variably cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low near 40°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 75°F.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 40°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 74°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 74°F.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.

An approaching low pressure system will interrupt the warm days we've been having and bring with it partly cloudy conditions and a slight chance of rain to the south (but not as far north as the Temecula Valley). Partly cloudy conditions look to persist the rest of the week, even as high pressure rebuilds and a warming trend starts mid-week.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 61 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 43°F.
Monday (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day): Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy with patchy fog, low near 45°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high around 72°F.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, low of about 42°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 42°F, high around 74°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 74°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.

The warmer days are in decline as the high pressure systems that have been producing them move off. Nice weather through Monday, though, with temperatures dropping off after that. Two low pressure systems are predicted to move through the area after that, but with no moisture behind them.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 40°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Sunday night: Patchy fog possible, otherwise mostly clear, low near 40°F.
Monday (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 71°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 39°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 71°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.

Offshore flow continues, but should be too weak today to produce any significant Santa Ana winds. Yeterday's wrong way winds were mild in the Temecula Valley. Continued warm temperatures, though, until the the high pressure system moves out, which is predicted to be Tuesday. There are no storms predicted for next week, though, and the low fronts moving through should just drop temperatures a few degrees.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 84°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 67 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 40°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 80°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 40°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 75°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 39°F.
Monday (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 74°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.

Santa Ana winds through tonight with warm daytime temperatures through Friday. As lower level high pressure over the Great Basin moves out, high pressure aloft above Southern California will remain, and the weekend is predicted to have nice temperatures and dry conditions. By the middle of next week, high pressure breaks down and temperatures are predicted to cool.

Today: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 84°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 73 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 41°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 84°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 40°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 76°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 39°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Monday (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 76°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.

Nice days and cool nights and dry conditions continue essentially unchanged through the weekend and into the first couple of days of next week, with high temperatures in the mid to upper 70's for the most part. Thursday and Friday, however, will be affected by a Santa Ana condition and may have high temperatures in the 80's, although we may not experience wrong way winds in the Temecula Valley. Long term the upper level high pressure is predicted to break down in the middle of next week and we may see rain by the following weekend.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 79°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 67 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 35°F.
Thursday: Sunny, northeast winds possible, high of about 82°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 35°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 81°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 39°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 76°F.
Monday (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day): Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 76°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 76°F.

More mild weather on the way, with today much like yesterday and potential Santa Ana winds expected Wednesday night and Thursday. High pressure aloft continues to dominate the weather pattern, all the way into the weekend, and the mornings will continue to be cool and the days will continue to be nice.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Clear, low around 39°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 77°F.
Wednesday night: Clear, northeast winds possible, low near 39°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, high around 79°F.
Thursday night: Clear, low of about 39°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 75°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Monday (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day): Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.

There is a dense fog advisory in place for this morning but I don't see any in the south Temecula Valley area this morning, at least not at this writing. Commuters should be aware that there may be dense fog in other areas that they are traveling to. For the most part, upper level high pressure will keep weather conditions mild and dry. A weak upper level low is predicted to pass through on Wednesday, and high pressure might break down by the weekend. Until then, enjoy the mild winter weather.

Today: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Patchy fog, low visibilities possible, low around 40°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Tuesday night: Clear, low near 39°F.
Wednesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 71°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 39°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 75°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.

High pressure aloft will dominate the local weather for the next week, with cool nights and mild, sunny days as the result. Conditions should remain dry throughout this week, and no Santa Anas are expected.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 59 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 38°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Monday night: Clear, low near 38°F.
Tuesday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 75°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 39°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 72°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 74°F.
Friday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Saturday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.

Nice weather over the next several day, thanks to a warming trend due to building high pressure aloft. Today will be cool, but after that it will be dry and temperatures are predicted to be mild through the week.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 67°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 38 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 39°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 71°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low near 38°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 76°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear, low of about 40°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 75°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.

The storm is weaker than expected and passing to the north, so rainfall is out of the forecast for today. It will, however, be overcast today and the cloudiness will last through tomorrow morning. The rest of the weekend looks to be clear and sunny, with nice temperatures on Sunday and beyond as high pressure builds in the region.

Today: Cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 64°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 51 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Cloudy, low around 40°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, then mostly sunny in the afternoon, afternoon breeze, high of about 67°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low near 38°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 71°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, low of about 36°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 38°F, high around 69°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.

About a third of an inch of rain from yesterday's showers, and another storm system is approaching which might bring light showers tonight and tomorrow. Starting Saturday we are predicted to have dry and sunny weather again, but with much lower temperatures than the recent dry and windy spell.

Today: Mostly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 61°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 61 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, 20% chance of showers, low around 44°F.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, high of about 62°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 39°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 67°F.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of about 36°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Monday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 36°F, high around 68°F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 64°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 65°F.

10:12 am: A downpour is currently underway in Temecula, with nearly a tenth of an inch of rain on the ground already in the past few minutes. This was not in the forecast early this morning but the NWS mentioned that a system would be moving over (hence the partly cloudy designation for today). It is in their forecast now and I have updated the icons to reflect the forecast change.

6:00 am: The winds have subsided, high pressure is weakening, and the weather in the Temecula Valley should slowly return to normal over the next few days. The skies are predicted to be sunny, except for today, and conditions should remain dry as the jet stream remains north of us.

Monday night's freak rainfall, according to many reports, took place all over Temecula, and wasn't restricted to the south as I initially thought. Top winds yesterday afternoon were 44 mph. At an average temperature of 69.2°F, yesterday was not only the warmest January day on record, but also the warmest winter day, eclipsing 67.0° on March 19, 2001.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 71°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 79 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 39°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 39°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 69°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 36°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 36°F, high around 68°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 68°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.

Strange weather last night, coupled with some very strong winds. Redhawk and Wolf Valley were subjected last night with what appears to have been a "dry" microburst. That is, a very small area of rainfall, but due to evaporation, not a lot of the rainfall got to the ground. In fact, there wasn't enough to measure. But a raincloud let loose in a very small area. I'd be curious to know if any other areas experienced rainfall last night just before 8pm. The top recorded wind speed this morning was a very strong 57 mph, and the strong winds continue early today. This morning's low was a very unusually warm 64.2°F.

More windy weather today, subsiding some in the afternoon. There will be some wind tonight as well, but it's not predicted to be as strong as the last couple of nights. After that, the weather should moderate, with mostly sunshine predicted for the rest of the week, but much cooler, more normal temperatures.

Today: Mostly sunny and very windy, winds from the northeast with gusts up to 50mph, diminishing in the afternoon, high near 78°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 87 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear and possibly windy, winds from the east with gusts up to 30mph, low around 48°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 74°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low near 39°F.
Thursday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 69°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low of about 39°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, low around 40°F, high around 68°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

Santa Ana winds, which started last night, could get stronger today before weakening tonight. Wind gusts reached 30mph overnight, and were probably stronger on east-exposed slopes. The days will continue to be warm as well, at least until Wednesday, when cooling is expected. The rest of the week looks to be mild with high temperatures hovering around 70°F.

Today: Mostly sunny and very windy, winds from the northeast with gusts up to 40mph, high near 80°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 69 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear and very windy, winds from the northeast with gusts up to 30mph, low around 53°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and windy, high of about 82°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low near 42°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 74°F.
Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 39°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 69°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.

Another warm day today, followed by very windy Santa Ana conditions tonight through Tuesday. The winds will likely gust up to 40mph on west facing slopes in Temecula Valley, and may gust up to 60mph on east facing slopes (note: TemeculaWeather.com sensors are on a west facing slope). Wind events like what's predicted take place twice or three times per year, and you should lock down anything loose in your front and back yards before tonight as a precaution. After Tuesday, the predicted weather calms down with temperatures falling to a more seasonal range.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.
Predicted air quality is moderate, AQI: 55 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear and very windy, winds from the northeast with gusts up to 40mph, low around 47°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and very windy, winds from the northeast with gusts up to 40mph, high of about 75°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear and very windy, low near 47°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and very windy, high around 79°F.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear, low of about 42°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 74°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 39°F, high around 69°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 69°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 69°F.

Warm conditions continue, with a strong Santa Ana event predicted for Sunday night and Monday. Wind from the northeast will be gusting strongly, with up to 60mph winds predicted in some places. Today and Sunday look to be the peak of this heat wave, with gradual cooling after that, perhaps down into the 60's by Thursday.

Today: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 81°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 45°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 81°F.
Sunday night: Mostly clear and very windy, winds from the northeast with gusts up to 40mph, low near 49°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny and very windy, winds from the northeast with gusts up to 40mph, high around 80°F.
Monday night: Mostly clear and breezy, low of about 46°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, breezy, high near 79°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 43°F, high around 74°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high of about 70°F.
Friday: Partly cloudy, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

Temperatures will continue to get warmer today as high pressure and offshore wind flow continue. The wrong way winds will wane for the weekend, then a strong Santa Ana event is expected on Monday, and temperatures will be warm. Gradual cooling is predicted after Monday, with high temperatures falling to near 70°F on Thursday.

Today: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, high near 80°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 45 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 44°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 79°F.
Saturday night: Clear, low near 44°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 78°F.
Sunday night: Clear and windy, low of about 48°F.
Monday: Sunny and windy, high near 84°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, breezy, low around 45°F, high around 78°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

Warm days into the near future as high pressure aloft dominates the local weather pattern. Mild Santa Ana winds are also possible, mostly at night and in the morning. Temperatures may reach the 80's on Friday, then are predicted to slowly slip back down to 70 by the middle of next week.

Today: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible, mainly in the morning, high near 76°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 48 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, northeast winds possible, low around 43°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible in the morning, high of about 80°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low near 44°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 76°F.
Saturday night: Clear, low of about 42°F.
Sunday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 75°F.
Monday: Sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 42°F, high around 75°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 75°F.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 70°F.

Happy New Year! High pressure aloft and offshore flow are dominating the local weather scene, and will produce progressively warmer days this week. The moisture this morning was from condensation. Enjoy the sunny, nice weather while it lasts, though, since we are entering the wettest two months of the rainy season, and we already had a wet December.

TemeculaWeather.com had quite a year in 2002. Last year saw brief snowfall on January 29th, with unusually cold temperatures that week, including a record low 25.4°F. January 30th was also the coldest on record with an average temperature of 39.4°F. It also saw blistering hot days, like the 109.4°F we had on September 1st, which with an average temperature of 87.9°F was the hottest day in TemeculaWeather.com history. Visits to TemeculaWeather.com grew dramatically from 2001, which had 73,953 visits, to 231,840 visits, a more than 300% increase. December was the second month with more than 4,000 unique visitors. In 2002, TemeculaWeather.com introduced the forecast icons on the main page and some advanced climate features.

2003 will bring new sites, changes and features as a Murrieta site is introduced, probably in the first half of this year. Another site in La Cresta may also be introduced this year. A site in Hemet is in the works, probably for 2004. All of the new sites will be introduced under the WeatherCurrents domain (currently just a placeholder) which was registered a while back for this purpose. The sites for each new area will be distictive and will hopefully feature local photographs. The Temecula site will gain a web camera in the first half of this year.

Today: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 68°F.
Predicted air quality is good, AQI: 33 (courtesy of the SCAQMD).
Tonight: Mostly clear, northeast winds possible, low around 37°F.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, northeast winds possible in the morning, high of about 76°F.
Thursday night: Mostly clear, low near 38°F.
Friday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high around 76°F.
Friday night: Mostly clear, low of about 41°F.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 77°F.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, low around 41°F, high around 77°F.
Monday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high of about 77°F.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, afternoon breeze, high near 77°F.

 
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