More rain and snow on the way for Kern County overnight

Winter Storm Warning & Flash Flood Watch in effect

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -
A Wind Advisory is in effect for the valley until 10pm. Heavy rain and wind gusts are still be reported with accidents on the grapevine. A Flash Flood Watch for the Kern river valley is in effect until Monday morning. A Winter Storm warning is in effect for the mountains and Kern river valley until Monday morning as well.
 
Off/on heavy rain/snow mix for the mountains are expected with off/on showers for the valley taking a break from the rain from 4 to 7pm. Rain moves in again around 8pm through the valley Snow starts falling in the mountains around 9pm - specifically Lake Isabella and Tehachapi. Snow fall will be escalating throughout the night and into the morning. We are looking at 4 to 8 inches at pass level.  Stay safe and warm out there~
 
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