May 27, 2019 at 1:01 pm

Special Weather Statement


Issued Zones:  All Deserts … Kern Valleys …

Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Special Weather Statement effective now for the first part of June for the first of the season’s High Heat in Inland areas…

Date:  5/27/19 at 2:00pm PT

Forecast: After a below average May, we will start to get more of a typical seasonal start of June.  Long range values indicate that through this next weekend and into this next week we will be seeing the temperatures on the incline. 

Temperatures of 105F-110F for the Low Desert and Kern Valley zones will be likely with the triple digit mark hitting the High Desert zones.  This will last a bit so yes, Summer is coming … Meteorological Summer starts on June 1st, which is just on time for the incline of temperatures. 

Typically this happens due to the high sun angle and with the lack of low pressure systems in the region, we will warm-up very quickly.  There is no sign of the Southwest Monsoon ridge yet however.  Going to the River or camping for the first part of June looks great.

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Forecaster: KM

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