BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Clear skies lead to a warm day in the valley with high temperatures in the low 80's. Indeed, we had a beautiful day throughout Kern County today with plenty of sunshine and stable weather. But things will change soon as a weak low pressure system will slide down the east part of our state increasing the chances of rain along with a possibility of isolated thunderstorms.
Tomorrow, our mountain communities are in the path of the low pressure system with the probability of rain between 30 - 50%. But it looks like the south valley will once again suffer from our infamous rain shadow, meaning the rain will evaporate before it can get all the way to the ground. However, the low pressure system will bring breezy to windy conditions for Kern County.
Warming trend heading our way by the end of the weekend. Plenty of sunshine and clear skies will set the stage for hot temperatures early next week. High temperatures may reach the low 90's by Tuesday.
Looking ahead, another storm system may impact us late next week, but we'll have to wait and see.
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