The extreme heat warning has been extended through Friday

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The Coachella Valley will continue to see scorching temperatures through at least Friday and should use caution as air quality has been diminished due to smoke from the Cranston fire filling the area. 

The Extreme Heat Advisory issued for the Coachella Valley has been extended through Friday.  Temps will continue to reach or pass 120 degrees in the desert Thursday with it possibly dropping a degree or two on Friday.

We may finally see some relief on Saturday, with temps “cooling” down to 112 – then staying around that mark for the foreseeable future.

In addition to the heat, Coachella Valley residents will be dealing with air quality issues as smoke from the Cranston fire continues to blow into the area.

Be sure to take extra caution over the next few days as extreme heat and smoke is a bad combination.

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