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Short-term weather trends

A momentary period of cool feelings will give way to a warming trend.

Sunrise picture near Senator's Wash by Angelo Derma

Near normal weather conditions should prevail through the rest of Tuesday, as weak high pressure will keep our skies clear for the next 12 hours or so.

A low pressure disturbance with little to no moisture association will pass well to the north of the Grand Canyon State by Wednesday. This will likely bring a return of some cloud coverage into our area.

During this time, daytime highs in both Yuma and Imperial Counties should remain in the high 60's before rising even higher into the 70's by the end of the week. This will be due to the potential emergence of a stronger ridge presence.

Regardless of recent weekly bouts of rainfall, we aren't expected to continue that trend for at least this week.

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