The Victor Valley brought in the summer with scorching hot temperatures, some days around 110 degrees.
If you liked this week’s temperatures, you will be thrilled with the upcoming days leading into the 4th of July. Not one day in the next ten days is forecasted to fall below 100 degrees.
|Day||Daytime Highs||Overnight Low||Winds||Humidity|
|Saturday, June 25||105||67||N 8 mph||11%|
|Sunday, June 26||106||69||ENE 12 mph||11%|
|Monday, June 27||106||71||N 13 mph||13%|
|Tuesday, June 28||106||70||W 12 mph||14%|
|Wednesday, June 29||104||70||WSW 14 mph||15%|
|Thursday, June 30||102||68||S 16 mph||15%|
|Friday, July 1||101||68||S 16 mph||19%|
|Saturday, July 2||102||69||SSW 15 mph||21%|
|Sunday, July 3||103||69||SW 15 mph||19%|
|Monday, July 4||103||68||WSW 15 mph||18%|
Remember to stay hydrated, stay indoors whenever possible and pay special attention to those ill, elderly, children and pets.
San Bernardino County Cooling Centers
(Provided by 2-1-1 United Way)
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