RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — Occasional thunderstorms and high temperatures are in the forecast for Southern California for the Labor Day weekend.
National Weather Service meteorologist Alex Tardy says temperatures through Sunday in Palm Springs will be about the same as San Diego.
Temperatures will be in the 90s inland and low 100s in the desert.
The coastal marine layer has retreated, but it should come back Sunday or Monday and bring a sea breeze to cool off the coast.
Violent thunderstorms slammed into the area Thursday, hitting Riverside and San Bernardino counties especially hard. Residents were left to deal Friday with power outages, mudslides, flooding, downed trees and other messes.
Firefighters were surveying damage to a Riverside fire station where a ceiling collapsed. Besides damage to the building, water ruined about $100,000 in radio equipment.
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