After suffering through the muggy, broiling, horrid nightmare that was Friday in the Coachella Valley, Saturday’s forecast calls fo a high temperature of only 118 degrees in Palm Springs. This summer is the worst.
Palm Springs, CA, reaches 122ºF, breaking the daily record set in 1976 and one degree shy of the city’s all-time high temperature record pic.twitter.com/3vkp7JP5WI
— BuzzFeed Storm (@BuzzFeedStorm) July 8, 2017
“The weather pattern doesn’t show any signs of weakening, unfortunately,” Meteorologist Dan Gregoria of the National Weather Service told the Desert Sun.
And there really isn’t anywhere to escape to. Even Los Angeles was hot af on Friday.
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) July 8, 2017
Sunday is expected to see temperatures drop down to 109, which will feel freakin’ delightful compared to the hell-on-earth that was 122 on Friday – so be sure to grab your summer sweater.
This year has already seen four of the hottest days in the history of the Coachella Valley. 2017 is the worst.