Well, well, well. The Desert might actually get some rain this week.

The Coachella Valley, a place where locals have heard about this thing called rain, may actual see a bit of the wet stuff later this week as a storm is moving into Southern California.

The National Weather Service is predicting that temps will start out in the 70s this week, but will start to fall towards the end of the week – with a high temp in the 60s on Friday and only in the 50s on Saturday:

With the colder temps, will also come some showers:

The best chance of rain for the Coachella Valley will be Thursday night into Friday – with there currently being a 60% chance of showers.

Sadly, it doesn’t look like this storm system will be bringing a ton of snow to the local mountains, as Weather Guesser Jeff Forgeron is calling for snow levels to only drop to about 8,000 to 9,000 feet. ¬†Forgeron is calling for anywhere from .05″ to .20 inches of rain in the Coachella Valley with a bit more in the High Desert.

And while you can never be positive it will rain in the Coachella Valley until you actually see it happen – it is a desert, after all – this might be a good time to finally replace those tore-up wiper blades you have been meaning to get to.