90's return with rain chances for Eclipse Monday

Clouds and storms move in Sunday through Tuesday

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -
The 90's are back!  Our high in Bakersfield today will be 98°! The KRV will be in the lower 90's and the mountains will be in the lower 80's!  
 
The reason why we have a cool off is because we actually have a system moving through which will give Kern County a chance for storms the next couple of days.  But, this is only for the Kern River Valley, mountains, and deserts.  
 
We will have a 30% chance for showers Sunday for these areas as well as Monday and Tuesday.  For Eclipse Monday, it looks like we will stay mostly clear for the morning with cloud cover and rain chances coming that afternoon.
 
We will continue to monitor conditions though.  The valley stays dry through Tuesday as well.  After Tuesday, we will dry out and begin to warm up with sunshine.  We will be in the mid 90's for the KRV by Saturday, the upper 80's for the mountains, and the 100's for the valley.
 
 
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