Monday’s outlook: Temperatures are predicted to hit highs of 105 degrees in Palm Springs and 107 degrees in Thermal.
Record breaking temps: The low temperature recorded Sunday in Palm Springs was 86 degrees, breaking the previous highest low temperature recorded in Palm Springs (85 degrees in 2006), according to the National Weather Service.
There are no collisions or significant traffic conditions to report as of 7 a.m., but The Desert Sun will keep you posted throughout the morning.
DOGS IN THE NEWS
On average, war dogs each save an estimated 500 lives per year, Riverside County Supervisor John Benoit said in presenting the “Saving American Lives” trophy to Marine Corps Maj. Kim Keefer, commanding officer of the Twentynine Palms Provost Marshal’s Office.
FLYING DOGS: Eighteen small dogs from the Indio Animal Care Center will travel to Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport in Thermal this morning where a volunteer pilot from Wings of Rescue will pick them up and fly them on the first leg of their journey to Calgary, Canada where a rescue group will help get these dogs adopted.
The dogs will be flown to Boise, Idaho, where another volunteer pilot will take them the rest of the way.
On June 30, operation of the Indio Animal Care Shelter and was turned over to the Riverside County Department of Animal Services.
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SOME GOOD NEWS ON THE ECONOMIC FRONT