First Major Heatwave to Hit Southern California Desert and Kern Zones After June 8th with Major Ridge of High Pressure


Southern California Weather Force has issued a Special Weather Statement effective now for all Desert and Inner San Luis Obispo and Kern Valley zones.  Meteorological Summer has officially begun as of June 1st and it is wasting no time as the first major heatwave to strike the Desert and Inner San Luis Obispo and Kern Valley zones is scheduled for after June 8th with temperatures over 110+F and some even above the 115F+ mark for lower desert areas, with some values showing near or at 120F for the Colorado River Valley and Imperial County Metro Zones toward the weekend of the 11th so read on for details …

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The weather is average at the moment and anyone familiar with desert weather knows that it can get extremely hot.  Those that are new will see this firsthand within the next week as a ridge of high pressure develops to the east of a passing upper-level low moving out of Mexico.  We will see temperatures on the rising through the next week and finally toward the end of this next week (June 8th) the temperatures will respond to the ridge and shoot up through major heatwave levels.

There are no indications of this heatwave affecting the coast, so the relief, as well as the major traffic and migration for this timeframe, will be there … so expect crowded beaches.

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