Desert Hot Springs has a desert climate that is similar to the rest of the Coachella Valley, well under six inches of rain per year. Heck, we’re lucky if we can get one or two inches a year.  Summers are very hot with days frequently exceeding 100 degrees Fahrenheit in July and August while night-time lows usually stay between 78–90 degrees. Winters are mild with daytime temperatures between 68–78 and night-time lows between 50–60, and it tends to be a bit windy. Heat waves during the summer months involving temperatures higher than 110 degrees are not unusual at all. Yes, it gets hot here, very hot. But it’s a dry heat and people get used to it quickly. We have lots of air conditioning here.  Lots of air conditioning!