May 30, 2023
Current Conditions
Wind: 4 mph NW (Gusts 7 mph) Today Sunrise: 5:40 AM
Rain: 0.00"   Sunset: 7:53 PM
Pressure: 29.96" (rising) Tomorrow Sunrise: 5:40 AM
Humidity: 74%   Sunset: 7:54 PM
Last Updated: Monday, May 29, 2023 8:58 PM
Riverside Seven Day Planner
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
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High: 72°F High: 71°F High: 70°F High: 70°F High: 75°F High: 79°F High: N/A°F
Low: 56°F Low: 55°F Low: 54°F Low: 55°F Low: 55°F Low: 55°F Low: N/A°F

Inland Empire Weather
INLAND EMPIRE METRO: Partly cloudy afternoons through Tuesday with highs in the mid 70s. Cloudy nights and early mornings with patchy fog and drizzle. Lows down to 53. Little change through mid-week.
Last Updated: 2023-05-28
Southern California Recreational Areas
MOUNTAINS: Mostly sunny mornings but partly cloudy afternoons and overnight. Morning drizzle at the lower coastal slopes. Winds peaking in the afternoons at 35 miles an hour. Resort-level highs Memorial Day in the 60s and 70s. Cooler Tuesday and Wednesday.

DESERTS: Continued mostly sunny days and clear nights through Wednesday. Afternoon and overnight winds to 40 miles an hour. Memorial Day highs in the 80s and 90s. Cooler Tuesday.

BEACHES: Cloudy through mid-week with highs to 64. Patchy morning drizzle. Surf 2-6 feet. High risk of strong rip currents. Water 60-65.

SUMMARY: May is winding down true to form with an alternating combination of low clouds, partial afternoon clearing and air conditioned-like temperatures.


• Marine layer low clouds patchy drizzle and light showers each night/morning through Thursday
• Increased surf and strong rip currents
• Breezy in the mountains and deserts
• Below average temperatures for most areas through mid week

Summer will be knocking at our door and the heat it brings is a certainty. But, spring needs to run its course and it will be very much in evidence this week.

Memorial Day will feature a repeat of the weekend. Low pressure all along the California coast is making certain of that.

The persistent marine layer could become deep enough to create drizzle or even light rain each morning through Thursday extending from the beaches and coastal plains to the mountains of Southern California. The best chance of rain ranges up to 30 percent on Wednesday and Thursday. Amounts could measure a few hundredths across the coastal plain to a few tenths in the mountains.

High pressure will be on the rise Friday and Saturday with warmer days in the valleys, mountains and deserts.

Last Updated: 2023-05-28
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