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Pacific Storm will begin to bring weather changes by midweek

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY-TV) - As a storm in the Pacific Northwest continues to move toward California, it will bring weather changes in the coming days, which include, stronger winds, greater chances for rain, and chillier temperatures.

First round from this incoming weather system will bring in breezy to windy conditions with the highest peak gusts of 20-30 MPH Wednesday afternoon/evening.

Stronger winds and patchy blowing dust will favor more in Southeastern California.

Precipitation will favor more toward our west starting on Wednesday, with small chances for rain showers for the Desert Southwest possible Thursday night.

Temperatures will cool down into the upper 60s by Thursday and will carry into the weekend.

Slightly warmer and drier conditions will join back early next week.

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