A developing trough along the West Coast Sunday is expected to keep the weather cool west of the mountains with the possibility of some drizzle mid-week, forecasters said Sunday.

The National Weather Service said inland valley areas will see mornings and nights with low clouds and patchy fog through Tuesday.

On Wednesday, some areas may see light rainfall in the early morning before dry and gusty Santa Ana conditions begin Thursday, according to the NWS.

Friday will be the hottest day of the week for valley areas, with temperatures about 10 to 15 degrees above average, forecasters said.

High temperatures Sunday were expected to reach 86 degrees in Palm Springs, 77 degrees in Lake Elsinore, 76 degrees in Hemet, 74 degrees in Riverside and 72 degrees in Beaumont.

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